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Facing threat to life, Rahul Gandhi cancels visit to Puducherry, TN, Kerala

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi cancelled his two-day visit to Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, which was to commence on Tuesday, a day after an anonymous letter threatening his life was received by the party. However, this is not the reason behind cancellation of Rahul Gandhi’s Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala visit. In a series of tweets, the Congress vice president claimed that he is suffering from high fever. “My apologies

Azam Khan calls Rahul Gandhi a kid, asks him to have toffees

Taking a jibe at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Azam Khan has said the former is still a kid and nobody takes him seriously. Khan sarcastically said that he wondered as to why the nation did not take the Congress vice-president seriously. “He should take some toffees along, have them, and distribute them among other kids too. I don’t understand why this country doesn’t take him seriously.

Modi govt not serious on GST, no proper framework in place: Rahul Gandhi

Congress vice-president in an interaction with the students of Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies raked up the issue of GST and accused the Modi government of arrogance and intolerance. The Congress has come under attack for attempts to block the Parliament and not let major reform bills pass. Rahul Gandhi, however, stepped clear of the controversy and said that they are simply putting a little pressure on the

Congress will win MP Assembly elections: Rahul Gandhi

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today expressed confidence that his party will come to power in Madhya Pradesh after the next month’s Assembly elections. “I have no doubt in my mind that the Congress would definitely win the Assembly elections,” Rahul said while addressing a public meeting at the Basheer Dada ground at Rahatgarh in Sagar district. Referring to Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh’s earlier remarks, Rahul stressed that the

Varun Gandhi denounces Rahul's outburst

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretary Varun Gandhi on Sunday denounced Rahul Gandhi’s outburst against the controversial ordinance to protect convicted lawmakers, saying it was an ‘insult’ to the Prime Minister and ‘disgraceful’ for the nation. “Rahul’s comments denouncing the ordinance is an insult to the Prime Minister. Such an insult to the PM, who is abroad, is thus also disgraceful for the entire nation,” Varun was quoted as