Congress today gave Rs 2.50 lakh as financial assistance to the family of a Hyderabad man, who was lynched near Bidar in Karnataka last week on the suspicion of being a child-lifter.
M K Stalin has extended his party's "wholehearted support" to Rahul Gandhi on the issue of Women's Reservation Bill after which the Congress president praised him for speaking "like a true leader" and urged all political parties to come together to ensure passage of the bill.
The row over Rahul Gandhi's reported statement that his party is for Muslims is set to cast its shadow over Parliament's Monsoon Session as both the BJP and the Opposition look to set the tone for some key state polls before the next Lok Sabha elections in less than 10 months.
Mayawati sacked newly appointed vice president Jai Prakash Singh today, a day after he said Congress president Rahul Gandhi could never succeed in Indian politics because his mother was a foreigner.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to ensure the passage of thein the Monsoon Session of Parliament, starting July 18.
P Chidambaram today hit back at BJP leader Nirmala Sitharaman for seeking clarification from Rahul Gandhi over his remarks reported in an Urdu daily, saying the defence minister has all the time in the world to inquire into the religious affiliations of parties and persons.
PM Narendra Modi said he was not "surprised" by Rahul Gandhi’s statement that Congress is a party for Muslims but asked whether it would support Muslim women on issues like triple talaq.
Congress termed as "concocted and lies" BJP's allegations that party chief Rahul Gandhi had described the Congress as a "Muslim party" and said the biggest black mark in India's history has been the Gujarat riots of 2002 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister of the state.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi today cited a media report to hit out at Narendra Modi's visit to China in April, saying never in India's history has a prime minister "capitulated to pressure from a foreign power as this one has".
As Twitter began sanitising its platform by removing inactive and locked accounts, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lost nearly 300,000 followers while Congress Party President Rahul Gandhi lost over 17,000 followers.