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Congress Working Committee working to meet next week to decide new President

राहुल गांधी के इस्तीफे के बाद खाली हुई कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष पद की कुर्सी के लिए नए चेहरे की तलाश शुरू हो गई है। गुरुवार को पार्टी ने फैसला लिया है कि अगले हफ्ते कांग्रेस कार्यसमिति की बैठक बुलाई जाएगी I

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How Youth Congress is planning to convince Rahul to stay

Last month, Rahul Gandhi said he would step down from the post of Congress President after the party faced embarrassing defeat in polls. On many occasions after this, he clarified he won't change his mind. But Congress leaders are unwilling to let him go. And now, Youth Congress has planned a march.

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Exit polls predict Modi 2.0 but Congress promises a 'surprise'

The 2019 general elections concluded on Sunday after long-drawn seven phases and soon pollsters and TV news channels released exit polls.

The general consensus of all exit polls was that BJP-led NDAwill comfortably form the next government and Congress will be defeated.

Despite the prediction, Congress asked people to wait for May 23 and promised

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Rajnath files nomination from Lucknow, Congress yet to announce candidate

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh filed his nomination from Lucknow Lok Sabha seat on Tuesday, but the Opposition is yet to come up with a rival. The deadline to file nominations from the prestigious seat ends in two days. Lucknow will vote on May 6. It should be recalled that Singh got a thumping win from Lucknow in 2014 as well.

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Laser was pointed seven times at Rahul Gandhi, claims Congress

In a disturbing development, Congress has claimed security was breached during party president Rahul Gandhi's visit in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. The Gandhi scion had gone to his home turf to file nominations for the upcoming polls when a laser was pointed at him, a record seven times, the party alleged. A letter has been written to Union

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Rahul will be PM if Congress wins, says sister Priyanka

For the first time after being given a top Congress post, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday said that if her party comes to power, Rahul Gandhi will become the Prime Minister. Priyanka made the remark while speaking to Congress workers in Amethi, Rahul's constituency. "We will win this (2019) Lok Sabha election and Rahul will become PM," Priyanka

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20% poorest families will get Rs. 72,000/year, promises Rahul Gandhi

On Monday, Congress President Rahul Gandhiannounced that if his party comes to power in 2019, 20% of the poorest families will get Rs. 72,000 per year. Announcing the decision to media, Rahul said the scheme will uplift nearly 25 crore people out of poverty. Calling it a "powerful" idea, he added the amount would be directly transferred into their

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If Congress wins, Pakistan will celebrate Diwali, says Vijay Rupani

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said on Sunday that if Congress wins upcoming general elections, Pakistan will celebrate Diwali. Rupani, however, noted it was "unlikely" that Congress would win. "The people of the country will ensure Narendrabhai (Narendra Modi) wins on May 23, after which there will be grief in Pakistan," said Rupani in Mehsan

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Emergency, defense scams and more: Modi writes about Congress' blunders

Institutional insult is the Congress' way, wrote Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a blog on Wednesday asking voters to "choose wisely". Taking a walk down memory lane, PM Modi wrote about historic blunders of the grand old party and reminded that in 2014 people chose "honesty over dynasty". In response, Congress' Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said PM Modi s

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Rahul Gandhi addresses Masood Azhar using "Ji", gets slammed

 

Congress President Rahul Gandhi landed himself in a totally unavoidable political row on Monday when he used the suffix ji for Masood Azhar prompting senior BJP leaders to take potshots at him. Addressing a gathering of Congress workers, Gandhi spoke about the Kandahar crisis of 1999.

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