Lok Sabha Elections 2014: Top 5 news on Congress you must read on March 29th


Will chop Modi to pieces if he does a Gujarat here, says Cong candidate in divided Saharanpur
This is no ordinary election. It is an election of qayadat (leadership), wajood (identity) and waqar (self respect),” says Imran Masood, his voice hoarse, as he balances himself on the roof of a white Scorpio in village Harora, about 12 km out of Saharanpur town. The one-time MLA and nagarpalika chairman is the Congress candidate
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Fancied Cong in Kerala court brawl
The Congress-led Kerala government was caught in a storm today after the high court ordered a CBI probe against the chief minister’s former bodyguard in land-grab cases, and a minister made controversial remarks about the judge. The controversy has erupted just when the Congress-headed UDF coalition appeared to be enjoying an advantage over the Opposition CPM-led LDF.
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Rahul to campaign in Karnataka
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi will campaign for the party’s candidates in the State from April 5. Chairperson of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee campaign committee Veeranna Mattikatti told presspersons here on Friday that Mr. Rahul Gandhi would campaign in Mangalore and Bellary on April 5.
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Amritsar welcomes Amarinder
Congress candidate Captain Amarinder Singh reached Amritsar to a rousing reception on Friday by party leaders and enthusiastic party workers who turned up in huge numbers to greet the former CM.
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…in Gadchiroli, Rahul steers clear of issue
It was supposedly a bid to allure people residing in Naxal stronghold towards Congress, but this did not turn out well for party vice-president Rahul Gandhi who was on Friday forced to abruptly end his speech amid a protest and people walking off the rally.
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