×

Congress

Can Congress Be Saved?

Rajeev Deshpande

The party has announced elections to its president’s post in a victory for the rebels whose ranks included Ghulam Nabi Azad till recently. All eyes are now on Rahul Gandhi in a test of his resolve not to contest

In post Cong avatar, Divya Spandana launches film production house

Popularly known by her screen name 'Ramya', the 39-year-old had quit the party after the 2019 poll loss and has lately been highly critical of former colleagues

Ghulam Nabi’s letter sharpens Rahul’s leadership dilemma

Criticism of “remote control” in running Congress raises cost of not contesting for Congress president

Going Alone

Mamata Banerjee is said to have already informed Congress that they will not have an alliance against the BJP

Rifts Widening in Congress

The resignation of Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma is a clear indication that the divide between the G 23 group of senior rebel leaders and the Gandhis is almost irreparable

Syama Prasad Mookerjee: The One Who Saw the Future

More than sixty years after his death, Syama Prasad Mookerjee’s position on Kashmir has been vindicated and his critique of the Nehruvian order is redefining the idea of Indian nationhood

The Mujra Mark

Congress House, an iconic landmark of the freedom struggle in Mumbai, has another unusual history

‘Narendra Modi is not responsible for the decline of the Opposition’

Rajnath Singh, Minister of Defence, in Open conversation with Rajeev Deshpande and PR Ramesh

A Spurning

When Hemant Soren was asked to give one Rajya Sabha seat to the Congress, he turned down the proposal and gave the seat to a local tribal leader instead

Magazine

Subscribe today and save up to 85% off the cover price