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Tributes to Rajiv Gandhi on 28th death anniversary

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi were among several political leaders on Tuesday who paid homage to late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his 28th death anniversary.

Priyanka steps down from roadshow to save man

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi, during her roadshow in Varanasi on Wednesday evening, saw that a man in the crowd had fallen down. She immediately got down from her truck and offered water to the man who complained of chest pain.

Modi government first to have six women cabinet ministers: Sushma

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Wednesday that Modi government is the first government after Independence to have six women Cabinet Ministers with two of them as members of the Cabinet Committee on Security.

Captain Amarinder's tactical advance strikes cord

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, 77, may have been out of the Indian Army for decades now but he is proud to have served the nation in uniform.

Will never insult Modi's parents in return, says Rahul

Citing the attacks on the Nehru-Gandhi family by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Lok Sabha 2019 campaign, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday vowed that he will not insult Modi's parents in return.

Congress failed to put forward a slogan to hardsell Rahul Gandhi in this election

Though the welcome song for the 17th Lok Sabha dies down on May 19 yet the Congress party is looking for a slogan to hard sell Rahul Gandhi. As Rahul Gandhi took centre stage, the Congress has been working to craft a slogan with which to launch him for coveted post which would be the political compass for the news leader. The Congress has lost the opportunity in presenting the ‘big picture’ which could serve as its emblem. 

Modi under attack for claims of using digital camera, email in 1988

After being trolled for his "cloud theory" on the Balakot air strike, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday came under attack from politicians as well as twitterites for his claims that used digital camera and email in 1987-88 to send a photo to his mentor and party veteran L.K. Advani in a timeliness manner.

MI win best mother's day gift: Nita Ambani to Akash

Mumbai Indians (MI) owner Nita Ambani is known to treat her players as part of the Ambani family and after a tense battle of over 52 days, the Indian Premier League (IPL) was finally won by the Mumbai outfit at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium here. And the elated owner thanked son Akash Ambani for the best mother's day gift after MI registered a one-run win over the Chennai Super Kings to lift their fourth title.

Delhi Sikhs’ carnage and Gujarat riots can’t be compared: Gujral

JALANDHAR: Naresh Gujral  the Rajya Sabha member  made a stark difference between Sikhs carnage in Delhi in 1984 and the Gujarat riots of 2002 and hence the Congress can’t get away blaming Prime Minister Narender Modi for the later.

Pitroda’s comment on 1984 riot victims: Cong govt’s ploy to hide its Himalayan failures

CHANDIGARH: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has taken a strong exception to the unwarranted statement ‘Hua to hua’ over the nerve-racking 1984 Sikh massacre by Indian Overseas Congress President, Sam Pitroda, saying the highly insensate statement had added salt to festering wounds of those who had been subjected to this unending trauma. AAP said that coming out with such a mischievous statement especially at a time, when election to the Lok Sabha was underway, was a well-planned ploy of the government to distract the peoples’ attention from the core issues and its reneging on the  promises made to during the election held in 2017.

Capt Amarinder shames Divider In Chief' Modi for lowering India's global prestige

BHOA (Pathankot): Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday shamed Narendra Modi over the Time cover describing the Prime Minister as ‘Divider in Chief’ for his brazen attempts to divide India, on the basis of caste and religion, to further his political ambitions.

Capt Amarinder hits back at Modi for 1984, reminds him of Godhra massacre of Muslims

PATIALA: Taking strong exception to the Prime Minister’s offensive attempt to link Rajiv Gandhi with the 1984 riots, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday threw the Lok Sabha battle hat back into Narendra Modi’s ring by drawing a comparison with the Godhra massacre, which took place under the latter’s chief ministership in Gujarat.

What if someone links Modi with Godhra, asks Amarinder

Taking strong exception to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attempt to link Rajiv Gandhi with the anti-Sikh 1984 riots, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday drew a comparison with the Godhra massacre, which took place under Modi was Gujarat Chief Minister.

BJP seeks apology from Sonia, Rahul over Pitroda's remarks

 The BJP on Friday demanded an apology from UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi over Indian Oversees Congress chief Sam Pitroda's remarks on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

BJP seeks apology from Sonia, Rahul over Pitroda's remarks

 The BJP on Friday demanded an apology from UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi over Indian Oversees Congress chief Sam Pitroda's remarks on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Modi slams Congress over Pitroda's remark on 1984 riots

Upping the ante against Congress leader Sam Pitroda over his reported "Hua toh hua" (it just happened) remarks on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday slammed the Congress for its "arrogance".

Modi has no right to seek votes from Punjab: Capt Amarinder

Hours before Narendra Modi was scheduled to arrive in Punjab to campaign for BJP-SAD, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh went on a major offensive to corner the Prime Minister over his audacity in seeking votes from the people of the state, for which he had done nothing.

Congress has degraded election campaign: Gadkari

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday accused the Congress party of bringing down the level of the election campaign by diverting from the issue of development.

Rajiv Gandhi used INS Viraat for official visit: Congress

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Thursday said late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi did not use aircraft carrier INS Viraat for vacation but for an official purpose.

Rebel BJP leader quotes J&K Governor, says Rajiv wasn't corrupt

Disgruntled BJP leader and Supreme Court lawyer Ajay Agarwal has released an audio clip to the media in which Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik is reportedly saying in a conversation that the late Rajiv Gandhi was not corrupt.

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