Rahul has walked away: What Congress said in private always is now in public domain

rahulgandhiNew Delhi, Oct 10: What the Congress has been talking in private all these days is now being said in public. Salman Khurshid, senior Congress leader said recently that Rahul Gandhi had walked away.

He also said that after the loss in the Lok Sabha elections, the party needed a leader who could help introspect and chalk out the future course of action.

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Between 2017 to 2018, only Congress, NCP witnessed decrease in assets

New Delhi, July 31: The total assets declared by the 7 national parties during increased by 6 per cent between 2017 to 2018. In the years 2016-17 the national parties declared assets to the tune of Rs 3,260 and in 2017-18, it stood at Rs 3,456 .

A report by the Association for Democroreatic Reforms states that during 2016-17, the declared assets of BJP totalled Rs 1,213.13 and incroreeased by 22.27per cent to Rs 1,483.35 during 2017-18.

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Congress tends to suffer the most from Karnataka crisis: Dr. Shastri

congress-karnataka-leadersBengaluru, July 17: The numbers for the coalition look very shaky in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on the petitions filed by the rebel MLAs in Karnataka.

If the 15 MLAs rebels refrain from attending the trust vote proceedings on Thursday, then the government is staring at a collapse.

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Leader of Opposition post: Congress may miss out this time as well

New Delhi, May 24: The Congress has failed to 10 per cent of the seats in Parliament as a result it may miss out on getting the post of Leader of Opposition this time too.

The party needs to have 55 of the 543 Lok Sabha seats in order to get the LoP position in Parliament. The Congress has won or is leading in 52 seats and is short by 3 seats for the position.

Reddy, Scindia, Suresh: 3 Congress leaders who recorded highest asset rise in 5 years

New Delhi, May 16: Konda Vishweshwar Reddy of INC from Chevella constituency has declared a maximum increase in assets with an increase of Rs 366.39 Crores i.e from Rs 528.62 Crores in 2014 to Rs. 895.01 Crores in 2019. Assets of D K Suresh of INC from Bangalore Rural constituency have risen by Rs 253.02 Crores, from Rs 85.87 Crores in 2014 to Rs 338.89 Crores in 2019 says a report prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

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What is AFSPA and why this act became necessary

AFSPA_Delhi_20111105_2_3New Delhi, Apr 04: The Bharatiya Janata Party has accused the Congress of trying to dilute the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA). Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Congress was trying to remove the shield for the Indian Army, after the Congress said in its manifesto that it would change some of the provisions in the act.

AFSPA was introduced to give the armed forces the power to maintain public order in disturbed areas.

No Modi wave this time, but a tsunami: Prathap Simha

Bengaluru, Mar 27: Prathap Simha of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be facing a re-election from the prestigious Mysuru-Kodagu constituency. He will be up against C H Vijayashankar of the Congress.

In the 2014, he won from the constituency as a debutant by defeating A H Vishwanath of the Congress. Many attributed the victory to a combination of the Modi wave and youth power.

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This election is about the success of coalitions: Dr. Sandeep Shastri

cong-bjpNew Delhi, Mar 27: It is election time in India and the big question on everyone’s mind is who will emerge victorious. It has been an election of narratives so far and all parties are looking at how it should be packaged in order to reap the maximum benefits from the voter.

Will these narratives by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress be national trends as polling day approaches. It will not be and it will play out differently in different states says leading political scientist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri in this interview with OneIndia.

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LS polls 2019: In Maharashtra, Congress has missed one opportunity after another

Mumbai, Mar 18: Maharashtra has always been a bastion of the Congress. However in the past few years, one has seen the base dwindling and due to the lack of a decisive strategy and lack of leaders, the Congress has been on the back-foot in the state.

The party is looking to better its performance in the state in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. There are 48 seats up for grabs and in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress could manage just 2.

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LS polls 2019: Congress woes in Telangana continue

Hyderabad, Mar 19: Spelling more trouble for the Congress in Telangana, its spokesperson Krishank has resigned from the party. He announced that he would join the Telangana Rashtra Samithi.

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