In the 90s, Shiv Sena founder Balasaheb Thackeray helped rehabilitate displaced Kashmiri Pandits, driven out of their homeland by militants, in different parts of Maharashtra
Bharat Jodo would be a colossal wastage of time, effort and resource if Rahul Gandhi continues to focus on likability over electoral winnability
Yatra is scheduled to enter Kashmir on January 20, with former J&K CMs Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah expected to join in
Speculations are rife after the former Congress president met BKU leader Rakesh Tikait and other farm leaders
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday put an end to speculations around his white T-shirt that has now become the talk of the town by declaring that he was not scared of the chilling cold in the national capital. Responding to a question during a press conference in New Delhi, Gandhi said, “Why is
Congress general secretary (organisation) KC Venugopal wrote a letter to Union home minister Amit Shah, alleging a breach in the security cover of Gandhi during his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Delhi.
They keep asking me how I do not feel cold, but they do not ask the farmer, the worker, or the poor children this question, quipped the former Congress president
“And now we are going to the sensitive state of Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir, proper security arrangements should be put in place,” demanded Congress leader Pawan Khera at a press conference here.
In the now deleted tweet All India Congress Committee coordinator Gaurav Pandhi called Vajpayee a British informer. The comment was made on the birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister.
With his visit to the samadhis of former PMs on Monday, Rahul Gandhi shut all speculations about Bharat Jodo being paused to accommodate his New years' vacation abroad