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Congress’ Udaipur Declaration: Will Winds Of Change Blow?

NEW DELHI: One family, one post. No person should hold any post for more than five years. Fifty per cent reservation to those below 50 years of age at all levels of the party. Congress’ Udaipur Declaration, on the final day of its three-day Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir, is on the expected lines of the

Bid To Connect With India: Congress To Hold Bharat Jodo Yatra

  NEW DELHI: It was a sign of acknowledgement of its disconnect from India, Congress will embark on a nationwide Bharat Jodo Yatra in October this year, interim president Sonia Gandhi said on Sunday. The party will also set up a compact task force to drive the process of internal reforms that are essential for

Rahul Gandhi Takes Centrestage On Final Day Of Chintan Shivir

NEW DELHI: It was like the old wine in the new bottle as Congress’ much-touted Nav Chintan Shivir gave subtle hints that the Gandhi scion will once again come to the forefront, with a bid to revive and re-energise the party. Delivering the closing remark on the concluding day of the three-day camp in Udaipur,

Congress Calls For ‘Evergreen Revolution’ With Farm Debt Relief

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday said that it is mulling the idea to demand a “farm debt reconciliation commission” along the lines of industry and asserted that it will oppose any move by the government to bring back the three farm laws that were repealed last year. Addressing a press conference on the second

State Of Indian Economy Cause Of Extreme Concern: P Chidambaram At Chintan Shivir

NEW DELHI: Former finance minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday stressed that the state of the Indian economy is a cause of “extreme concern” as the post-pandemic recovery has been indifferent and said that a reset of economic policy is the need of the hour. Addressing a press conference on the second

Chintan Shivir: Congress Mulls ‘One Family, One Ticket’, Calls For Strict Discipline

UDAIPUR (RAJASTHAN): One of the many reasons that have been cited as key to Congress’s gradual decline is its leaders’ propensity for nepotism. On the first day of the three-day Chintan Shivir in Udaipur, the Congress asserted that the Grand Old Party will witness a massive change as it discussed ‘one family, one ticket’. Addressing

Govt Glorifying Mahatma Killers, Brutalising Minorities: Sonia Gandhi At Chintan Shivir

  UDAIPUR (RAJASTHAN): Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi on Friday slammed the Narendra Modi government at the Centre saying that it was brutalising minorities and glorifying Mahatma Gandhi’s killers. In her opening remarks at the party’s three-day Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir Sonia Gandhi said, “It gives us an opportunity to discuss the numerous challenges that

Rahul Gandhi To Play Important Role In Crucial Chintan Shivir: Congress

  NEW DELHI: Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi will play an important role in the three-day crucial Chintan Shivir and help the party chart a future course of action to overcome challenges, said spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala. Marred by continuous poll debacles and high-profile desertions, the Grand Old Party’s ‘Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir’ in Rajasthan’s

No Magic Wands, Only Selfless Work: Sonia Gandhi For Congress’ Revival

NEW DELHI: It was a statement of admission as Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi on Monday acknowledged that there are no magic wands for her party’s revival of fortune. Sonia Gandhi was speaking at the Congress Working Committee meeting ahead of the party’s three-day Chintan Shivir in Udaipur, Rajasthan from May 13 to 15. Speaking