A K Antony

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The 3As

Congress seems to have caught the awkward alliterative acronym bug from the BJP.

Now MoDernise

Government has a full-time defence minister at last. Parrikar has much work to do.

Delhi Confidential: A house for RijiJu

The J&K government does not recognise jurisdiction of the National Human Rights Commission.

Spare us the tears

Congress needs to leave the parliamentary poll debacle behind, and be the opposition.

Chandy briefed Antony on the UDF Government's new liquor policy that sharply cuts down on availability of alcoholic drinks.

Oommen Chandy briefs Antony on decision to shut bars

UDF leadership last week decided to withdraw licences for bars for all hotels below the five-star category.


Crisis in Kerala Congress will be sorted out soon: A K Antony

Antony said the present crisis would end up as storm in teacup.


Will try to unite Oppn to target govt policies: Antony

AK Antony said the Congress’s efforts to bring everyone together on insurance Bill had been successful.

Private party

A Congress revival would need a measure more open than the secret Antony panel report


Antony blames UPA govt for poll rout, lets The Family get away

Antony said the “reasons for the Congress defeat were something else” but did not elaborate.


Rahul not responsible for Cong defeat in LS polls: Antony

Antony said the “reasons for the Congress defeat were something else”.


Inside track: Off the hook

The Congress is in a tizzy because of a mischievous tweet by Subramanian Swamy captioned ‘National Herald Part II’.


Raising FDI in defence ‘will harm national security': A K Antony

The country meets a substantial part of its defence requirements by buying directly from foreign players.

Detractors say ‘Hooda will lead us to defeat’

Factionalism in Haryana Cong spills out before Antony panel.

Letter of the Week: Get real

The Congress needs to get real and engage in some introspection if it wants to bounce back.


Caught in its own excesses

That is the predicament of the Congress, as doubts arise within about its policy and practice of secularism.