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Modi should stop fooling people: Rahul

Launching a direct attack on BJP’s PM nominee Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi questioned the ‘Gujarat model’ of development as well as the ‘lack of decency’ in the Gujarat CM’s language.

Rahul slams Modi's 'toffee model' development

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday tore into Narendra Modi's 'toffee model' development of Gujarat saying it was nothing but loot of public money.

Modi favours handful industrialists in Gujarat: Rahul

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday insisted his fight against Narendra Modi wasn't personal and came down heavily on the BJP PM candidate’s Gujarat model, which he alleged only promotes a few industrialists.

Amethi goes ga-ga over Rahul, showers 300kg rose petals

Tens of thousands of people lined up the 40-km route from the Amhat (Sultanpur) air strip to Collectorate in Gauriganj, showering about 300kg rose petals on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and turning his nomination paper-filing exercise for Amethi into a victory procession of sorts.

Rahul files Amethi papers; stage set for high-profile battle in Cong fortress

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi filed his nomination papers for the Lok Sabha elections on Saturday, setting the stage for a high-profile, three-cornered contest in the family fortress Amethi in Uttar Pradesh.

Rahul Gandhi's assets grow to Rs. 9.4 crore

The number of assets owned by Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has declined since 2009 but their market value has doubled in the last five years. His assets have risen to Rs. 9.4 crore from Rs. 4.7 crore in 2009.

Rahul targets Modi over personal life, snoopgate

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Friday targeted Narendra Modi over his personal life, saying it took the BJP's prime minister nominee —"who talks about honour of women" — many "elections" to admit that he was married.

BJP has removed Advani and welcomed Adani: Rahul

Sharpening his attack on Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi referred to the alleged link between the Gujarat chief minister and the Adani Group during an election rally in Udaipur.

Rahul says Modi will do anything to be PM

Narendra Modi can divide people and go to any extent to become prime minister, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said on Wednesday, taking the BJP leader's name for the first time at a public rally this poll season. 

BJP is selling lies to the country: Rahul Gandhi

The Congress vice-president said the Gujarat's model is only an exercise in marketing which promotes corruption and accused the party of selling lies to the people of the country.

Rahul asks for another chance

Rahul Gandhi admitted that his party had lost touch with the people of Delhi and they taught the party a lesson by handing it a drubbing in the 2013 assembly elections. He added that party had learnt its lesson.

Rahul's Bundelkhand package fails to cut ice with Banda farmers

Fed up of being ignored election and the false promises made by politicians, this time villagers in some 25 villages in Banda, which goes to poll on April 30, have now decided to press the "None of the above" button.

Rahul Gandhi targets Modi over snoopgate scandal

Rahul Gandhi on Sunday targetted Narendra Modi over the "snoopgate" scandal in Gujarat and ridiculed him over his frequent remarks that he would work as "chowkidar" if BJP came to power at the Centre.

Where is BJP manifesto, asks Rahul Gandhi

"The Bharatiya Janata Party has not been able to even release its manifesto when the elections are going to start in two days. They still do not have a manifesto," Rahul Gandhi said addressing a rally in Sirsa.

BJP's 'one man, one model' won't work: Rahul

Firing a fresh salvo at Narendra Modi, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said his "one man, one model" approach, trying to make people believe that he has answers to all their problems, will not cut ice as the voters have become more knowledgeable.
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