Blood is offered, by doting Rahul Gandhi brigade, for him
- After meeting with India, Pakistan says Kashmir remains core issue
- Behind the chest thumping, India and Pak work through quieter channels to improve ties
- BJP seeks to corner govt over VVIP chopper scam, Ishrat Jahan case
- Rajya Sabha disrupted yet again over JNU row and Uttarakhand crisis
- PM Modi, Amit Shah decided RS list, Swamy made the cut with National Herald case
NSUI chief Rohit Chowdhury elaborated how, as a middle-class person from Maharashtra, he could not have been standing in front of the august gathering at the AICC meeting but for the "transformation process brought by Rahul Gandhi". He also went on to elaborate what Rahul taught NSUI activists.
Calling Rahul a "symbol of hope", Priyavrat Singh from the Madhya Pradesh Youth Congress said, "Jahan aapka (Rahul's) paseena girega, wahan hamara khoon bahega."
Youth Congress "election commissioner" M N Swamy was all praise for the "silent revolution" brought by Rahul.
Amidst all the speeches, the Birla auditorium rang with slogans such as "Rahul Gandhi zindabad", "Rahul tum sangharsh karo, hum tumhare saath hain".
- Judiciary is part of the problem of judicial vacancy and case pendency
- Inter-linking of rivers holds the key to addressing water scarcity
- Those who pay surge prices for buses for 13 days should not object to taxi aggregators
- Democracy in India, affirmed through elections, is pushing Muslims to the margins
- Stories of greed and inability to see the big picture in election-time Bengal
- A neat separation of poverty estimates and entitlements won’t pass muster