Rahul Gandhi Visits
28 Aug 2018
Days after floods ravaged Kerala, leaving a massive trail of destruction, Congress President Rahul Gandhi today visited relief camps in Chengannur and heard the woes of the people.
26 Aug 2018
Congress President Rahul Gandhi has alleged that the judiciary and Election Commission were being "torn apart" under the BJP government and PM Narendra Modi was keeping mum on grave issues confronting the nation.
26 Aug 2018
Union Minister MJ Akbar said the government's handling of the Doklam crisis showed that India is "no longer the India of the 1960s".
17 Apr 2018
Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi, who is on a three-day visit to his parliamentary constituency Amethi, was denied permission to inaugurate a 5 km-long road allegedly due to complaints by BJP leaders.
24 Nov 2017
In his fifth visit to Gujarat before Assembly polls, Rahul visited Porbandar, addressing issues faced by the fishing community.
12 Nov 2017
Ahead of Gujarat polls, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is touring the state as part of his election campaign.
12 Oct 2017
In recent times, Rahul Gandhi has stayed clear of humorous gaffes and embarrassing blunders. His claim to fame has actually been in an opposite direction - witty one-liners on the Narendra Modi government have catapulted him into the limelight.
10 Oct 2017
Rahul Gandhi began his second day of Navsarjan Yatra in Vadodara by paying his respects to Babasaheb Ambedkar at a Sankalp Bhoomi prayer meeting.
26 Sep 2017
Congress VP Rahul Gandhi began his Gujarat campaign with a three-day road trip through Saurashtra.
25 Sep 2017
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi will travel on a bullock cart to commence his three-day election campaign in Gujarat's Saurashtra region.
22 Sep 2017
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is once again in the news for a fresh gaffe. During his US visit, he urged NRIs to work for India just like 'NRIs' Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Chandra Shekhar Azad did.
19 Sep 2017
Thanks to media, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is more or less viewed as a 'pappu' by the public- someone who doesn't know what he's talking about.