The Congress on Friday said that it has planned a mega protest across the country against the disqualification of its senior leader Rahul Gandhi as a Lok Sabha member and welcomed the impromptu support from various parties.
Indian American lawmaker Ro Khanna on Friday said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification as a member of Parliament is a deep betrayal of the Gandhian philosophy and India’s deepest values.
Hungarian American billionaire investor George Soros may bolster the electoral prospects of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
By wading into India’s choppy political waters and saying that Modi’s “stranglehold” on the country’s government could be weakening in the wake of the devastating allegations of a variety of fraudulent corporate practices by the embattled business tycoon Gautam Adani’s empire, Soros may cause precisely the opposite effect to what he had intended.
Bharat Jodo Yatra update: Ahead of the ‘Hath Se Hath Jodo Yatra’ which aims at reaching out to the public with Rahul Gandhi’s letter and the failures of the BJP government, the Congress will hold press conferences across the nation on Wednesday, sources in New Delhi said on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court on Friday, November 11, ordered the release of six persons who had been convicted for the assassination of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1991. The apex court of India ordered the convicts’ release after two of them – S Nalini and RP Ravichandran – sought an early release from prison. All seven convicts were serving life sentences and had spent more than 30 years in jail.
It made them engineers, prepped them for entrepreneurship. Now they are giving back Ritu Jha Anecdotes from campus days. The mixed joys of hazing. The question of whether a glut of engineers really makes sense. Just some matter for discussion when 630 alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay celebrated the 60th […]