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Delhi Confidential: Sharing Focus

Singh heads the party’s manifesto committee and was the only minister who shared stage with Shah during the programme. More than half-a-dozen other senior ministers were seated in the audience.

Delhi Confidential: Clean Slate

Prime Minister Narendra Modi advocated Swachh Bharat Mission while counselling students on how to handle depression.

Delhi Confidential: Playing Safe

Hours before the programme, it sent out a revised invite and both the student leaders were missing from the panel of speakers.

Delhi confidential: Special Attention

Smriti Irani may have lost the 2014 round to Rahul Gandhi, but she is gearing up for the next.

Delhi confidential: Cousin conundrum

Asked about the rumours during an interaction in Bhubaneshwar, Rahul did not explicitly rule out the possibility of Varun’s entry into the Congress and merely said he is unaware of the speculation.

Delhi confidential: A Suitable Office

The Congress has announced that Priyanka Gandhi will be taking charge from the first week of February, and a section of party leaders began looking for a suitable room in the campus to set up an office for her.

Delhi confidential: Loud silence

Priyanka Gandhi had intervened when talks between Rahul and Akhilesh over the alliance met a roadblock. When asked, an SP leader said there was no need to make any comment.

Delhi Confidential: No response

Despite Mallikarjun Kharge writing to PM Modi demanding that the panel of names for the next CBI director be made available to him at least three days before the meeting, the government is yet to circulate the names.

Delhi confidential: In a spot

Having skipped Mamata Banerjee’s rally in Kolkata, Rahul’s presence at a joint Opposition rally in another state could send a wrong message.

Delhi confidential: Notable absentee

The tallest figure whose name often made the rounds for the PM post after the country entered the coalition era — Mulayam Singh Yadav — was missing from mega show of strength by opposition in Kolkata.

Delhi Confidential: Bleak season

Yeddyurappa, it is learnt, tried to get an appointment with party president Amit Shah with his contingent of MLAs, who were asked to stay back after the BJP national convention in Delhi.

Delhi Confidential: Caution In Confusion

A bevy of BJP leaders, including Health Minister J P Nadda, made a beeline for the room since morning. Such was the confusion in front of Room Number 301 that Shah’s son Jay Shah lost his shoes.