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Sheila Dikshit calls party leaders to come on board for unified campaign for LS polls

Sheila Dixit held a meeting with all party leaders at Delhi Congress office where All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge of the unit P C Chacko and co-incharge Kuljeet Singh Nagra were also present.

Some Congress leaders may not contest without tie-up

Sources said Maken raised this concern after the Congress central leadership asked for names of contenders from all seven seats in case there is no tie-up with AAP.

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Abroad for treatment, Ajay Maken offers to resign from Delhi role

A senior AICC leader said Maken has already conveyed to the high command that “it would be difficult for him to continue”. AICC in charge of Delhi, P C Chacko, on the other hand, said Maken will continue to be the Delhi Congress chief.

A photo of Congress leaders eating ‘chhole-bhature’ has put the spotlight on a Delhi sweet shop

It isn’t just the Congress leaders who tilt towards their savouries. Recently, Chaina Ram clinched the title for the Best Samosa at the Delhi Street Food Awards, by Delhi Food Walks. If only there was a category for a well-camouflaged poori as well

Congress slams BJP-led civic corporations, AAP govt for monsoon woes

The party’s chief spokesperson alleged that the AAP had spent Rs 526 crore on “self-publicity”, but had not formulated an action plan for the monsoon.

Constitute Lokpal for Delhi, Congress tells AAP government

Ajay Maken warned that the Congress would intensify its protest if the anti-corruption watchdog wasn’t constituted within 15 days.

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Congress says govt breaking promise to ad hoc teachers

Delhi Cong spokesperson claimed no representative of the govt has bothered to visit them or look into their demands.

Maken, in Delhi saddle, wants youth, new voters on board

Maken emphasised that the Congress faces big challenge after losing three elections in the city.

Grand Ossified Party

Polity has a Congress space. But Congress doesn’t seem up to filling it anymore.

Congress may field former MPs in Delhi elections

The Congress has asked all aspirants to file their applications by December 20.

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