Did you know: Nehru loved ‘555’ brand cigarettes so much that a special plane flew from Bhopal to Indore only to pick them up
Independent India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru did have expensive taste
After 450 buildings, projects being named after Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, ‘liberals’ outrage about stadium named after PM Modi
Congress workers getting triggered over Narendra Modi stadium is amusing considering there are at least 450 projects, structures, roads, colleges, universities named after the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.
Rahul Gandhi returns to India after spending his new year’s eve at an undisclosed location believed to be Milan: Reports
Interestingly, Rahul Gandhi had left to Milan, Italy where his extended family members are believed to be living, amidst the protests by a section of Punjab farmers against the farm laws passed by the Modi government.
AICC spokesperson wants Sonia Gandhi’s biography as Telangana school syllabus. The whole biography, right?
Will the biography mention the maiden name of Her Highness Sonia Gandhi? Antonia Maino? Asking for a friend, because, the last time someone said it on TV, he got a few dozen FIRs against his name.
Twitter users responded in kind to Congress, reminding the party of their own legacy of dozens of scams.
Former US President Barack Obama highlights the inability of the Gandhi-scion to understand the way of politics as he says Rahul Gandhi lacked both aptitude and passion to master the art of politics.
The ‘super Communist’ Lal Bahadur Shastri: Read how Nehru had laid out plans to make Indira Gandhi inherit his PM post
It's unfortunate that Lal Bahadur Shastri departed much before the country could truly benefit from his full potential.
Hathras: Congress scions Rahul-Priyanka attempt to wash off mother’s sins during Nirbhaya case after trying to wash off father’s Bofors sins by shouting Rafale
Its high time that the Congress scions, who have been milking the Hathras incident, be reminded of its family legacy
Rajiv Gandhi never tried enough, was indecisive and easily influenced: Read how former British diplomat assessed Rajiv Gandhi in 1989
A startling disclosure by a former British diplomat to India has revealed that the then British government had a very poor opinion of Rajiv Gandhi as a Prime Minister
Congress party will be conducting a state-wide quiz competition on personality and achievements of Rajiv Gandhi