Congress MP Deependra Singh Hooda (above center) promised to set up an NRI Affairs Ministry in Haryana if Congress comes to power in the state and criticized the BJP-led Central government blaming it for failing on all fronts. Hooda spoke at an event in Silicon Valley organized to celebrate the San Francisco chapter of the Indian Overseas Congress on November 25.
By Mayank Chhaya There was once a time, not too long ago in historical terms, that there may not have been India as it exists today but a fractious collection of nearly 600 princely states. If a nation-state called India emerged in 1947 from the staggering ruins of close to 200 years of colonial plunder, […]
“Indian National Congress will return to power as the people have realized that BJP made false promises during the elections,” said party leader Anil Shastri recently in San Ramon, California.” He said, “Rising unemployment, inflation, cost of vegetables, and other daily necessities have highlighted the financial mismanagement of the BJP government in India. It is only a matter of time before people vote Congress back to power.”
The BJP government came under fire over the “President of Bharat” printed on a G20 dinner invitation instead of the customary “President of India” on September 5, 2023. The invitation from President Droupadi Murmu heckled the opposition parties and the Congress claimed that the BJP is “scared” of the INDIA bloc and is diverting people’s attention from more relevant issues facing the nation like price rise and mushrooming joblessness.
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Monday slammed the Narendra Modi government over inflation and asked “what kind of Amrit Kaal” was this where every section of the society is facing the brunt of it.
Even as the formal meeting of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) is all set to take place here on Friday, deliberations over seat sharing, joint coordination committee and the strategy for the Parliament’s 5-day Special Session is all set to come up for discussion.
The United World Wrestling (UWW), the global governing body for wrestling, has suspended the Wrestling Federation of India indefinitely for not conducting its elections on time. The suspension will prevent Indian grapplers from competing at the upcoming World Championships under the Indian flag.
By Mayank Chhaya- While politicians in the U.S. fuss and fret over whether there should be a third political party, India is preparing for a grand electoral fight between two alliances, one consisting of 26 parties and the other 38. Ironically, it is the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which will […]