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Minister slams BJP MP Varun Gandhi for saying don't deport Rohingyas

BJP MP Varun Gandhi -- Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's first cousin -- has batted for asylum to Rohingya Muslims who have fled persecution in Myanmar, sparking ire from a junior minister over national security concerns.

Gujarat being run by remote control, Modi model has to change: Rahul

On the second day of his Navsarjan Yatra in Saurashtra region, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said the people of Gujarat, including farmers, small traders and labourers work hard but the benefits are reaped by five-10 industrialists and this "Modi Model" has to be changed.

Honeypreet moves Delhi High Court for anticipatory bail

Honeypreet Insan, the "adopted daughter" of the now jailed Dera Sacha Sauda sect chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, on Tuesday moved an anticipatory bail plea in the Delhi High Court apprehending threat to her life in Haryana.

Refused open-jeep roadshow, Rahul's Gujarat campaign begins with bullock-cart yatra

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will begin his three-day campaign for the Gujarat Assembly elections on Monday from the crucial Saurashtra region with the state police refusing him permission to hold an open-jeep road show, but leaving him with a consolation to take out a bullock cart yatra.

Rahul thanks Sushma for recognizing Congress role in nation building

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday thanked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for acknowledging the contribution of Congress governments in nation building.

Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' arrested for rape

After three days of investigation, Rajasthan Police on Saturday arrested self-styled godman Kaushalendra Prapannacharya 'Falahari' Maharaj in Alwar for the alleged rape of a 21-year-old woman.

Rain plays spoil sport in JP Atray tournament

Punjab News Express/Balbir Singh
CHANDIGARH: Rain halted play around noon at both the venues, Cricket Stadium Sector-16 and GMSS Sector-26 to restrict play in the 23rd All-India JP Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament.

Captain Amarinder Singh rubbishes outsider tag on Jakhar

Asserting that the Congress would contest the ensuing Gurdaspur by-election on the plank of development, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday rubbished the “outsider” tag on party nominee Sunil Jakhar, and said that Punjab, being a small state, cannot be divided in such small terms.

Ankit Dabas and Vision Panchal engineer Minerva Academy's win

CHANDIGARH:  A brilliant century by Ankit Dabas (102) and deadly bowling by Vision Panchal (6 for 54) helped  Minerva Academy beat  Tripathi Group Delhi by 83 runs in the inaugural match of the 23rd All-India JP Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament at the Government Model Senior Secondary School ground in Sector 26 here today.

Divisive politics ruining India's reputation abroad: Rahul

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi took a strong hit at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, saying that "divisive politics" was ruining India's reputation of peace and harmony abroad.

Gurdaspur bye-poll a test of achievements of Amrinder Govt in 180 days Sukhjinder Randhawa

Punjab Congress leaders today hailed the decision of National Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi to announce State Congress Chief Sunil Jakhar as party candidate for the Gurdaspur Parliamentary by-poll.

Anger building up against Modi government: Rahul

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said that anger was building up in India against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government over its failure in creating jobs.

Rahul to address public meeting in New York

: Terming the Rohinhya issue as humanitarian, a Bangladesh minister on Monday said the presence of the refugees in his country also had a security angle because of which the administration has started their registration.

Political Parties defy model code of conduct, political hoarding continues to deface public property

BATALA:  Despite of imposition of the model code of conduct by  Election Commission of India after the announcement of  Gurdaspur parliament by elections, n number of political hoarding and posters continue to deface the public property till date.

Verma and Jaglan help Panchkula beat Kurukshetra

PANCHKULA: Fine knocks by Aryan Verma ( 52) and Arun Jaglan (39) enabled Panchkula to register a 16-run victory over Kurukshetra in the Haryana State Inter District Cricket Tournament under- 19 being organised by the Haryana Cricket Association played at Mohit Cricket Ground in Ssector 27 Panchkula here today.

Smith makes light of Kohli being ahead in ODI century race

Australia skipper Steve Smith on Saturday brushed aside Virat Kohli staying ahead in the race for One-Day International (ODI) centuries, saying India play a lot more limited overs cricket than them.

Akhilesh questions Modi on bullet train project in Gujarat

Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the bullet train project in Gujarat, saying more serious issues facing the country needed to be tackled first.

Capt Amarinder flays BJP,others for misrepresenting Rahul's remarks on dynastic rule

Even as he welcomed the NSUI victory in DUSU elections as a sign of a swing in the Congress favour, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday lashed out at the critics of party vice president Rahul Gandhi for misconstruing his statement on dynastic rule and spreading false propaganda against him.

Congress-backed NSUI wins top DUSU posts, setback for ABVP

NEW DELHI: In a major comeback after five years, the Congress' student wing NSUI on Wednesday bagged the posts of President and Vice President of the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU), dealing a jolt to the RSS-affiliated ABVP that won the Secretary and Joint Secretary posts, with the latter result hotly contested by the NSUI.

Sukhbir & Harsmirat's attack on Rahul smacks of sheer desperation to save BJP face, says Punjab Congress

The Punjab Congress has lambasted Sukhbir Singh Badal and Harsmirat Kaur for their immature and reckless assault on Rahul Gandhi on the 1984 riots and drugs issues, saying the AICC Vice President’s speech in the University of Berkley, USA, had evidently ruffled many feathers, especially the BJP and its ally, the Shiromani Akali Dal, which were now trying to take refuge in frivolities and falsehoods. The attack mounted on Rahul by the SAD leaders came close on the heels of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s desperate attempt to counter the well substantiated charges made by the Congress leader against it, said Punjab Congress leaders in a statement issued here on Wednesday.