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Indian National Congress

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the official name for Congress3
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15 (ANI): Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao criticised the Congress party for causing destruction in Telangana since 1956 and termed the party as "Villain No.
This is an indication that situation on the ground is changing and the future of Congress party is bright.
New Delhi: The sudden disappearance of the Congress party vice-president Rahul Gandhi has stoked a fresh controversy, with the party on the back foot and hard-pressed to defend him.
Khartoum, 26 Sept (SUNA)- The President of the Republic, Chairman of the National Congress Party, Omar Al Bashir, received congratulations on the occasion of Eid Al Adkha from the leaders of the National Congress party, on Friday evening as well as from representatives of political parties, diplomatic corps, sophist sect and civil society originations.
Soon after the Delhi Assembly election results were announced, Rahul Gandhi complained to his mother how he had been prevented from reorganising the Congress party along the lines of the Aam Aadmi Party, by the seniors in the party, including the Congress president herself.
The Congress party has today alleged that they are not being allowed to speak in the house.
Summary: New Delhi: The Congress party is debating holding a general election in November, six months .
NEW DELHI: India's ruling Congress party received a big jolt in the country's north east region with voters rejecting it in two of the three states that went to elections earlier last month.
While it was a do- or- die situation for the ruling Congress party, the outcome will decide the political future of YSR Congress party president Y.
Summary: MUMBAI: The aging Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray called upon people in the state to give a befitting reply to the Congress party and its alliance partner the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in the forthcoming civic polls to be held in the February 2012.
Gatluak Deng has announced his resignation from the ruling National Congress Party (NCP).

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