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5 September, 2014 3:35 AM Stop playing drums in Japan, focus on problems at home: Rahul Gandhi to PM Narendra Modi

AMETHI: The Prime Minister is playing drums in Japan while people in the country are battling power cuts, price rise and lack of roads and water supply, said Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday. "The prime minister is playing the drums in Japan while there is no electricity here. There are no roads and there is no water," said Gandhi, who is currently 16

4 September, 2014 11:58 PM Undeterred by criticism, Rahul Gandhi sticks to his strategy to put organisation in order

NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi is undeterred by the chatter about his political abilities, focused as he is on putting the organization in order before making any show of his leadership of Congress in public. Close aides said Rahul would not be hustled into appearing to be active and has a plan of action to rejuvenate the organization. They said the immediate 20

4 September, 2014 8:18 PM देश में महंगाई और पीएम बजा रहे ढोल: राहुल

राहुल पुत्तर: आपको पता है कैसे दूसरे देश मैं जाकर बात की जाती है. अभी दूध के दाँत नहीं टूटे आपके......काफ़ी टाइम लगेगा ये समझने मैं की मोदी की बातों की तारीफ पूरी दुनिया मैं हो रही है........आपकी समझ से परे है....जाओ कॉम्पलान पियो चॉक्लेट वाला :) No offence though! 10 saal tak tujhse kuchh na ho paya aur wohi kaam tu sochta hai Modi 100 din me puri kar denge 24

4 September, 2014 3:19 PM Congress would not have won even 44 seats had Rahul not been silent: Amit Shah

NEW DELHI: The BJP on Thursday hit back at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi over his jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that his voice is not heard within his own party. Responding to Digvijaya Singh's statement that Congress lost the Lok Sabha polls because Rahul Gandhi was silent, BJP president Amit Shah said, "It is good he (Rahul) was silent 7

4 September, 2014 1:22 PM Rahul Gandhi says PM Modi plays drums in Japan as India reels under power crisis

AMETHI/ NEW DELHI: In a direct attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said he was "playing drum" in Japan while people suffered from power crisis and soaring vegetable prices. The Congress vice president said Modi came to power by making big promises but his government is yet to even begin working on them despite completing 15

4 September, 2014 12:05 PM Stop Drumming in Japan, Focus on Home Affairs, says Rahul Gandhi to PM Narendra Modi

Amethi: The Prime Minister is playing the drums in Japan, while at home, a power crisis and rising prices are plaguing the nation, said Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi. "100 days of this government are over...it has forgotten its promises," said the 44-year-old, alleging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has reneged on pledges to tackle 5

4 September, 2014 11:42 AM PM plays drums in Japan as India reels under power crisis, Rahul Gandhi says

AMETHI: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday stepped up attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that the PM "plays drums in Japan as India reels under a power crisis" Speaking to reporters in Amethi, Gandhi said that the BJP government, after being in power for over 100 days, has failed to deliver the promises it made to the people 2

4 September, 2014 11:35 AM PM Narendra Modi is Playing Drums in Japan Instead of Offering Solutions, Says Rahul Gandhi

Amethi: The Prime Minister is playing the drums in Japan, while at home, a power crisis and rising prices are plaguing the nation, said Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi. "100 days of this government are over...it has forgotten its promises," said the 44-year-old, alleging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has reneged on pledges to tackle 2

30 August, 2014 5:32 AM BJP tried to make me Delhi chief minister: Kumar Vishwas

NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas has said that BJP offered him Delhi's chief ministership, with the promise the party and 12 AAP MLAs who did not want elections were willing to support him. Vishwas' claim has added more sensation to the ongoing political drama over Delhi government formation. ET has learnt that a first-time BJP MP from Delhi 9

11 August, 2014 7:43 AM "Palace Coup?" Rahul-Priyanka Have Never Seemed Closer, Writes Mani Shankar Aiyar

For 99.999 per cent of us, becoming PM would be the fulfillment of an impossible dream. For a few, a very few, nothing could be more normal. Sonia Gandhi entered a Prime Minister's home as a daughter-in-law, lived in another PM's house as his wife, and went on to determine who would be the Prime Minister. Rahul was born into his grandmother's PM residence 13