Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi not unhappy about ticket distributions

Rahul GandhiNew Delhi, Nov 11 : Rejecting Margaret Alva’s criticism of the Congress Party, General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday denied her claims about selling of tickets during the Karnataka elections.

Rahul said he was happy with the distribution of the tickets in elections.

He Gandhi rejected her charges saying he was “not unhappy” about ticket distribution.

Meanwhile, Congress’ chief spokesman M Veerappa Moily said that Margaret Alva had committed serious breach of discipline.

Rahul Gandhi kicks Congress campaign in Chhattisgarh

Rahul GandhiBhillai, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Nov. 11 : Kicking off the Congress party’s campaign in poll-bound Chhattisgarh on Monday, party general secretary Rahul Gandhi urged the people to vote the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) out of power.

Chhattisgarh is among the six states headed for staggered assembly polls in November-December this year.

The six state elections will test the political temperature in India before a general election in early 2009. Congress has been losing ground to the BJP in state elections over the past year.

Mayawati now targets rahul gandhi

Mayawati now targets rahul gandhiAfter Sonia Gandhi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has now targeted the young scion of the Gandhi family as the tussle between the Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party continues.

On Friday the administration of Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Science in Kanpur cancelled Rahul Gandhi’s scheduled interaction with students. When he reached the university auditorium at the scheduled time he found the doors locked. So he headed to the canteen where he was able to interact with hundreds of eager students.

Uttar Pradesh University cancels Rahul Gandhi''s function

Rahul Gandhi, Uttar PradeshKanpur, Oct 24 : Uttar Pradesh administration today cancelled interactive session of Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi with the students of the Chandrashekhar Azad University.

According to sources, the Vice Chancellor of the University had given instructions to cancel the programme.

However, Rahul, who reached the University as per the scheduled programme, met the students in the cafeteria, instead of auditorium.

Stephanians Offended By Rahul Gandhi’s Claim

St Stephen’s College seems to have taken serious offense to Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi’s comment that during his year-long stay there, students who asked questions in class “were looked down upon”.

On Tuesday, while addressing students at a university in Srinagar, Rahul Gandhi said, “When I was studying at St Stephen’s College, asking a question was not (perceived to be) good in our class. You were looked down upon if you asked too many questions.”

This statement set off a chain reaction among the Stephanians.

Rahul Gandhi attacks Raj for anti-north Indian campaign

Rahul GandhiSri Nagar (Uttarakhand), Oct 21 : Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi has slammed MNS chief Raj Thackeray for his anti-north Indian campaign and accused him of indulging in divisive politics.

“What Raj Thackeray is doing is wrong. This is dividing the country,” Rahul said, while interacting with the students of H N Bahuguna University at Sri Nagar in Uttarakhand on Tuesday.

He was asked what was the Maharashtra government doing to prevent attacks on north Indian students who had gone there to appear in a Railway examination.