Arnabgate: Rahul Gandhi says sharing official secrets with journalist criminal act
In its investigations into the TV ratings scam, the Mumbai Police has submitted to a court WhatsApp transcripts of chats between Arnab Goswami and Partho Dasgupta, the former CEO of ratings agency BARC, which reveal Goswami as saying three days before the Balakot strike that “something big will happen”, that it would be “bigger than a normal strike” and “the government is confident of striking in a way that people will be elated.”
Farm laws designed to benefit 3-4 crony capitalists, says Rahul Gandhi
“This country is now owned by 3-4 people, whom I call crony capitalist...
China has a strategic vision but India does not, says Rahul Gandhi amid military standoff
"I have raised a red flag for the government. The g...
New laws designed to destroy agriculture; not scared of PM Modi, will continue to fight: Rahul Gandhi
The Modi government's new farm laws are designed to 'destroy' the agriculture sector, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi alleged Tuesday and asser...
Rahul Gandhi leads Congress protest in support of agitating farmers
The Congress is taking out protest marches at all state capitals in the country and will gherao Raj Bhawans. The party is also protesting against fuel price hike. The Congress is observing the day as Kisan Adhikar Divas in support of farmers' rights.
Farmers stir: Rahul Gandhi joins kisan protest, says 'will make Centre take back black laws'
"Congress will stand with farmers. We will make the Centre take back the 'black laws'", Rahul Gandhi speaks to his supporters during a Congr...
Rahul Gandhi seeks public support for campaign in favour of farmers, against fuel prices
Participating in the "SpeakUpForKisanAdhikar" campaign of his party, Gandhi said on Twitter, "The country's farmers are holding a satyagraha against the arrogant Modi Government to win their rights."
Govt conspiring to destroy farmers, alleges Rahul Gandhi on new farm laws
"The government is not just neglecting them (farmers), the government is conspiring to destroy them. There is a difference. Neglecting is ignoring...they are not ignoring them," Rahul said.
Rahul Gandhi to visit Tamil Nadu for 'Jallikattu' to lend 'moral' support to farmers protest
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi would visit Tamil Nadu on January 14, the Pongal day and witness a bull taming event, 'Jallikattu,' the party's state president K S Alagiri said.
Government must shed arrogance, repeal farm laws: Rahul Gandhi
Farmers are protesting against the three farm laws passed last year in Parliament and are demanding their withdrawal. The Congress is supporting the farmers' agitation and their demand.
Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi skip Congress Foundation Day event
Others present included some of the "letter-writers" like Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma, who had sought an organisational overhaul in the party, besides Sachin Pilot who revolted against the Congress government in Rajasthan sometime ago.
On eve of Congress foundation day, Rahul Gandhi leaves on foreign visit
The said visit triggered major buzz on social media which sought to stress the claim that Rahul was “not serious about politics”, with the point being made that he had gone to celebrate the New Year. Congress has started the process of internal polls to elect its new president and there is pressure on Rahul to take up the mantle again.
Rahul Gandhi leaves for abroad for short personal visit
Though the Congress did not disclose Gandhi's destination, the chief spokesperson of the party, Randeep Surjewala, confirmed that he will be away for a few days.
Government will have to listen to protesting farmers: Rahul Gandhi
Gandhi posted a video of protesting farmers and wrote: "Mitti ka kann kann goonj raha hai, sarkar ko sun na padega---The government will have to listen (to the farmers)."
Rahul Gandhi lying and misleading farmers: Smriti Irani
Addressing a farmers' rally in her parliamentary constituency Amethi, Irani said, "Rahul Gandhi is telling lies and misleading farmers. He is shedding crocodile tears for farmers and misleading them, his own jija (brother-in-law) has encroached upon the land of farmers."