Highlighting the plight of migrant workers walking on foot to their native places, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday targeted the Uttar Pradesh government for not allowing
On the 29th Death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, the Congress party on Thursday pledged not to give advertisement but instead give the amount to help labourers and daily-wage worke
The Shivraj Singh Chouhan government has started the process of sealing the official bungalows of many former ministers of the previous Kamal Nath regime. Some of the MLAs had not vacated their minist
Two months after Jyotiraditya Scindia switched loyalty leading to the fall of the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh, the party has appointed new district presidents in the state, including in the
Rebel Congress MLA Aditi Singh has caused further embarrassment to the Congress in Uttar Pradesh with a series of tweets slamming the party on the controversy over buses.
The opposition Congress on Tuesday alleged that the ruling BJP government in Karnataka failed to handle the Covid pandemic, resulting in untold hardship to the people and misery to thousands of migran
Engulfed in a bitter 'bus war' with Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government, the Congress has managed to move the buses arranged to transport the migrants to Noida. The police, however, stopped t
Two Congress lawmakers -- T.N. Prathapan (MP) and Anil Akkara (MLA) on Tuesday morning began a 24-hour fast to protest the way laws were used to confine them in isolation, while the same rule was not
The Congress seems to getting caught in its own trap on the issue of sending 1,000 buses to carry migrants from UP border to their destinations.
The ruling BJP in Uttar Pradseh and the Congress are now trading charges over the issue of buses for migrants.
At a time when the Congress leaders are busy making scathing attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his recent announcement of 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' campaign, Vishwendra Singh, Rajasthan state t
The Youth Congress on Monday arranged transport for Sunita Devi, who was seen crying at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border after her husband has passed away in Sasaram in Bihar and she got stuck in Delhi