Disallowing debate on China disrespect to democracy: Sonia Gandhi
"This refusal to allow a parliamentary debate on such a matter of grave national concern shows disrespect for our democracy, and reflects poorly on the government's intentions. It demonstrates its inability to bring the nation together," she said."On the contrary, by following divisive policies, by spreading hatred and targeting some sections of our society, the government makes it harder for the country to stand up as one against foreign threats.
PM Modi, BJP leaders greet Sonia on her birthday
"Best wishes to Narendra Modi ji on her birthday. Praying for her long and healthy life," the Prime Minister tweeted. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari also wished here. He tweeted, "Birthday greetings to Smt. Sonia Gandhi Ji. May you be blessed with good health and long life".
40 Congress lawmakers in Himachal to nominate legislative party leader
State party president Pratibha Singh, former party chief Sukhwinder Sukhu and Mukesh Agnihotri are considered key frontrunners for the chief minister's post. At the meeting, a decision will be taken to authorise Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge to finalise the name of the legislative party leader.
Sonia Gandhi turns 76, Cong leaders extend greetings
She was the longest-serving president of the Congress who was recently replaced by Mallikarjun Kharge. "Extending my warm birthday greetings to CPP Chairperson, Smt. Sonia Gandhi ji. Her grace, dedication indomitable spirit and dignity in the wake of adversity has inspired millions. I wish her a long and healthy life," tweeted Kharge.
Hope bilateral links will be deepened, Sonia Gandhi to Rishi Sunak
"I am delighted at your taking over as Prime Minister of Great Britain. It is certainly a matter of pride for all of us in India. "Indo-British relations have always been very special and I am confident that they will be further deepened during your tenure," Sonia Gandhi said in a letter to Sunak.
Congress presidential polls: Rahul to vote in Karnataka's Ballari, Sonia in party HQ`
Congress General Secretary in-charge Jairam Ramesh said, "There've been queries on where @RahulGandhi will cast his vote tomorrow for Congress Presidential election. There should be no speculation. He will be voting at the #BharatJodoYatra campsite in Sanganakallu, Ballari along with around 40 other Bharat Yatris who are PCC delegates." Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will also cast his vote at the party headquarters here.
Rahul ties Sonia's shoelace during Bharat Jodo Yatra, video goes viral
Sonia Gandhi had joined the Yatra which is led by Rahul Gandhi near Bellur Cross in Mandya district. When Sonia Gandhi came down from her vehicle to take part in the padayatra, Rahul Gandhi observed that Sonia Gandhi's shoelaces were not properly tied and he himself went forward to tie the lace instead of asking his mother to do it herself.