Sonia Gandhi Should Have Been PM In 2004, Says Union Minister R Athawale

Mumbai:  Sonia Gandhi should have been Prime Minister when the Congress-led UPA came to power in 2004, Union Minister Ramdas Athawale has said, drawing a comparison with US Vice president Kamala Harris. He has also suggested that Sonia Gandhi should have picked Sharad Pawar as Prime Minister instead of Manmohan…

Cong panel on agitations meets, Priyanka lays stress on follow-up

A panel set up by Congress president Sonia Gandhi under the chairmanship of senior leader Digvijaya Singh to plan “sustained agitations” on national issues met for the first time on Tuesday. At the meeting, AICC general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra suggested that the party should try and…

Navjot Sidhu Signals Cooperation With Amarinder Singh In Latest Tweet

New Delhi:  More than a week after Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh met Congress chief Sonia Gandhi in Delhi and complained about his critic Navjot Singh Sidhu’s “barbs”, Mr Sidhu this morning put out a tweet, in a rare signal of cooperation. “Highly positive co-ordination meeting on…

Amarinder Singh To Meet Sonia Gandhi Today As Navjot Sidhu Barbs Continue

Chandigarh:  Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh is scheduled to meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday ahead of a much-anticipated cabinet reshuffle in the state. It also comes amid strong indications that his long-running feud with Navjot Singh Sidhu, the new head of the party’s state unit,…

Amarinder Singh Showed A Big Heart By Hosting Tea Party: Congress Leader

There are still some issues to be resolved before the Amarinder Singh-Navjot Sidhu feud can be finally put to bed, but there is a “desire for peace” ahead of next year’s election, which is a priority for the Congress, the party’s Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat told NDTV on Monday. Mr Rawat…

“Not All Issues Resolved, 2022 Polls Priority”: Congress On Punjab Row

New Delhi:  There are still some issues to be resolved before the Amarinder Singh-Navjot Sidhu feud can be finally put to bed, but a hard-fought truce is holding and there is a “desire for peace” ahead of next year’s election, Punjab Congress in-charge Harish Rawat told NDTV on Monday. Mr Rawat…