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RK Dhawan’s demise leaves deep void in Congress family: Rahul

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that the demise of senior leader R. K. Dhawan has left a deep void in the party. Gandhi took to Twitter to express his grief over the incident. Senior Congress leader RK Dhawan took his last breath yesterday, at the age of 81. “The passing away of Shri RK Dhawan

Rishi Kapoor attacks Rahul over “dynasty” comment

Rishi Kapoor attacks Rahul Gandhi. A day after Rahul Gandhi spoke on dynasty politics at the University of California, Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor tweeted, “Rahul Gandhi, in the 106 years of Indian cinema  Kapoor family’s contribution is 90 years, and every generation has been selected by the people on the basis of merit”.“By God’s grace, we

⁠⁠⁠Gandhi family responsible for problems in Kashmir: BJP

⁠⁠⁠Gandhi family responsible for problems in Kashmir: BJP

The BJP on Wednesday wordy attacked on Rahul Gandhi for attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after his return from “vacation”, hours after the Congress vice president said PM Modi’s policies had created space for terrorists in Kashmir. Union Minister Smriti Irani said the challenges around Kashmir were a legacy of the Nehru-Gandhi family and that

Sikh community will never give a 'Siropao' to the Gandhi family: Badungar

Sikh community will never give a ‘Siropao’ to the Gandhi family: Badungar

Sikh community will never give a ‘Siropao’ to the Gandhi family: Badungar. SGPC President Prof. Kirpal Singh Badungar has made a big announcement that central religious places of Sikhs which gives message of ‘Sarbasanjhalata’ will never give a Siropao to any member of the Gandhi family from Sachkhand Sri Darbar Sahib.Because in June 1984, on

Gandhi family not hoisted on Congress: Jairam Ramesh

Hyderabad: Justifying the “special place” of the Gandhi family in Congress owing to “historical reasons”, senior leader Jairam Ramesh has said both Sonia and Rahul Gandhi have subjected themselves to “democratic processes” and were not hoisted on the party. The former Union Minister said it was wrong to say that decision-making was heavily centralised in the