NEW DELHI, Aug 9: India’s top opposition leader unleashed a strong condemnation Wednesday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government for its failure to control bloodshed in a remote northeastern state that he said has been split in two.

NEW DELHI, Aug 7: India’s Parliament on Monday reinstated top opposition leader Rahul Gandhi as a lawmaker three days after the country’s top court halted his criminal defamation conviction for mocking the prime minister’s surname.

NEW DELHI, July 16: Top Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi appealed to the country's highest court on Saturday over his conviction for defamation, days after a lower court refused to intervene, media reports said.

NEW DELHI, March 24: India's parliament disqualified the leader of the opposition Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, on Friday, a day after a magistrate's court jailed him for two years in a defamation case linked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's surname.

KATHMANDU, March 23: An Indian court has sentenced Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to two years in prison.

KATHMANDU, May 3: A video doing the rounds on Twitter which shows Indian Congress leader Rahul Gandhi partying at a nightclub in Kathmandu has triggered a fresh spat between Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) and Indian Congress.

NEW DELHI, Oct 1: Indian Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra were detained for defying a ban on large gatherings as they headed to Hathras to meet the family of the gang rape victim who died on Tuesday, Indian media reports said.

NEW DELHI, July 3: Rahul Gandhi resigned as the president of the Indian National Congress on Wednesday, citing his failure to win the 2019 general election.

NEW DELHI, May 25: The central working committee of the main Indian opposition party Congress has unanimously rejected party president Rahul Gandhi’s offer to resign from the post of party chief, according to media.

NEW DELHI, May 23: Rahul Gandhi, the president of India’s opposition Congress party, said he had lost his own parliament seat in a family borough in a northern state in the biggest upset of the election on Thursday.

NEW DELHI, May 8: With India’s general election inching toward the finish line, the battle for one seat in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh is being closely watched to see whether the scion of the country’s most important modern political dynasty can retain his seat and revive his party’s fortunes.

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As Rahul Gandhi embarks on 12-day Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, the BJP has accused him of “fraternising” with the Dragon. Hitting back, the Congress says the ruling party is politicising Gandhi’s faith.