Rahul Gandhi on Saturday dubbed poll surveys predicting that Congress could get just 100 seats in Lok Sabha polls as 'joke', and said opinion polls are 'not the law' and there is no question of Narendra Modi and BJP coming to power.
The differences underline the growing chasm between the old guard and Team Rahul and illustrate the magnitude of the young V-P’s task as he leads the party into next month’s general election. Full coverage
Rahul Gandhi will not keep his March 21 date with netizens on Google hangout, after a Congress re-think on plans to expose him to an onslaught of questions from across the country, and the world.
External affairs minister Salman Khurshid has said Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is “the boss” but he has conducted himself with “utmost dignity and care” in view of the constitutional position of the prime minister.
In a memorandum to chief election commissioner VS Sampath, BJP charged Rahul Gandhi and his party with being "habitual offenders" of the poll code and flaring up communal tension ahead of elections.
From building rural roads in Amethi to a steep hike in dearness allowance for govt employees in MP— political leaders scrambled in the past 24 hours to beat the EC's announcement of poll schedule to launch new schemes.
Failing to get President Pranab Mukherjee's support to bring in anti-corruption ordinances, the cabinet on Sunday evening dropped the controversial plan to take the short-cut to enact six laws being pushed by the Congress vice-president.
Policies and manifesto of the Congress will not be framed according to the wishes of the politicians but of the poor and needy people’s requirements, said Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday while interacting with rickshaw pullers in Varanasi.
On a day Rahul Gandhi disapproved of Salman Khurshid’s ‘impotent’ barb at Narendra Modi, the Congress decided to take its offensive against the BJP’s PM candidate several notches up by targeting him on the Gujarat riots and his development claims.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on the BJP on Sunday, saying the party can create communal divide for the sake of power and it does not have the vision to rule the country.
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Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday pitched for sportspersons taking charge of the country's sports bodies instead of politicians, whom he advised to stay out.
As Parliament session came to an end, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Friday made a sharp attack on opposition parties alleging their "deceit" had ensured that key anti-corruption bills could not be passed.