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YSR <strong>Congress</strong> blames Chandrababu Naidu for stampede, demands his resignation

YSR Congress blames Chandrababu Naidu for stampede, demands his resignation

14 Jul 2015

Rajahmundry: YSR Congress Party President Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy today blamed AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu for the stampede at the Pushkar ghat here and said that he should quit on moral grounds taking full responsibility for the incident.

YSR Congress,   Jagan Mohan Reddy,   Chandrababu Naidu,   Pushkar ghat,  
Former <strong>Congress</strong> MPs may contest Delhi Assembly polls

Former Congress MPs may contest Delhi Assembly polls

10 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Former Congress MPs from Delhi could be asked to contest assembly elections as the party seeks to put up the best available candidates for the polls after losing ground in several recent state elections.

Congress MPs,   Delhi Congress,   Delhi elections,   Delhi assembly elections,   Congress candidates,  
Goa <strong>Congress</strong> throws 'five question' challenge to BJP

Goa Congress throws 'five question' challenge to BJP

31 Jan 2015

Panaji: Taking a cue from the "five questions" strategy adopted by the BJP to corner the AAP ahead of the February 7 Delhi polls, the Congress here on Saturday adopted this to question Goa's BJP-led coalition government.

Delhi Assembly Elections,   Delhi polls,   Goa Congress,   five question challenge,   BJP,  
<strong>Congress</strong> works for fractured mandate in J&K to reap benefits: PM Modi

Congress works for fractured mandate in J&K to reap benefits: PM Modi

16 Dec 2014

Billawar (Kathua): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday attacked the Congress saying discrimination and injustice is part of its DNA and alleged that the party works for a fractured mandate in Jammu and Kashmir to take benefit of a "weak" government in the state by offering its support.

Congress,   J&K,   PM Modi,   assembly elections,   elections,   polls,   Narendra Modi,   Jammu elections,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Army inducts 323 J&K youths as soldiers

Indian Army inducts 323 J&K youths as soldiers

11 Jul 2015

Srinagar: Over 300 youths, hailing from different parts of the state, were today inducted as soldiers in Jammu-Kashmir Light Infantry of Army after successfully completing 42-week long training course held at Regimental Centre here.

Soldiers in Jammu Kashmir Light Infantry,   Indian Army,   Regimental Centre,   Latest News,   Lieutenant General RN Nair ,  
Delhi heading for Assembly <strong>elections</strong>?

Delhi heading for Assembly elections?

15 Jun 2014

New Delhi: The national capital appears to be heading for Assembly elections within next six months with all three major parties - BJP, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress - contending that there was no option but to seek people's mandate afresh for formation of a new government.

Delhi election,   Delhi Assembly election,   Delhi politics,   AAP,   Congress,   BJP,  
<strong>Youth</strong> <strong>Congress</strong> holds protest over potholes on city roads

Youth Congress holds protest over potholes on city roads

12 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Youth Congress today held a protest outside the BMC headquarters to protest the ‘pathetic’ condition of roads and met the civic chief, who promised them that the roads will be repaired within a week.

Youth congress,   BMC headquarters,   Road potholes,   Mumbai Pradesh Youth Congress,   Sitaram Kunte,  
Sonia, Rahul to campaign for J&K <strong>elections</strong> next week

Sonia, Rahul to campaign for J&K elections next week

13 Nov 2014

Jammu: Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi will campaign next week in favour of the party candidates for the upcoming state elections in Jammu and Kashmir.

Congress,   Sonia Gandhi,   Rahul Gandhi,   campaign,   J&K election,   party candidate,   state election,   Jammu and Kashmir,   rally,  
K S Sabarinadhan of <strong>Congress</strong> wins Kerala by-poll

K S Sabarinadhan of Congress wins Kerala by-poll

30 Jun 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: In a shot in the arm for the Congress-led UDF government in Kerala ahead of Assembly polls next year, K S Sabarinadhan today won the Aruvikkara by-poll with a margin of 10,128 votes defeating his nearest rival M Vijayakumar of the LDF spearheaded by CPI-M.

K S Sabarinadhan,   Congress,   Kerala bypoll,   Aruvikkara by-poll,   UDF government,   Kerala,   LDF,   CPIM,   latest states news,  
Delhi <strong>Congress</strong> chief Lovely resigns over poll debacle

Delhi Congress chief Lovely resigns over poll debacle

10 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Tuesday tendered his resignation to party president Sonia Gandhi after taking moral responsibility for the party's worst-ever performance in the Assembly elections.

Delhi Congress chief,   Arvinder Singh Lovely,   Congress president,   Sonia Gandhi,   Delhi Assembly elections,  

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