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The Dispensations of Dynasty: Kanchan Gupta in The Pioneer

Congress generated “a vast vote-bank of impoverished masses whose ignorance is converted into political capital at the time of elections. And so it was that Congress president Sonia Gandhi chose to address an election rally in a tribal-dominated area of Gujarat on Friday, speaking down to the gathered masses as the patron-in-chief of the underprivileged … It would seem she wants the people to believe that her personal munshi sends money from the royal treasury, of which she is the keeper, to the States. This is not money to which Gujarat and Gujaratis have a rightful claim but charity doled out at the sweet will of the Dynasty. Where does the money go, she asks tauntingly. If only Sonia Gandhi knew … that Gujarat contributes more than Rs. 60,000 crore in taxes to the Union Government and gets back a piffling few thousand crores of rupees as its ‘share’, she would have possibly thought twice before making this absurd claim” Continue reading

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India’s biggest task? Eradicating poverty, says Rahul Gandhi

Read more: http://expressbuzz.com/polls2011/tn/eliminating-poverty-indias-biggest-task-rahul/263548.html

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The Congress Working Committee ‘has been reduced to a body which is called mainly to pass condolence resolutions at the death of a senior leader’

Read more: http://www.rediff.com/news/report/is-sonia-gandhi-turning-a-blind-eye-to-cong-mps/20110325.htm

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Congress Party and Cabinet Minister Kamal Nath summoned by US court for ‘conspiring, aiding, abetting and carrying out organized attacks on the Sikh population of India in November 1984’ | They have 21 days to respond

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Profile | The man who has Sonia Gandhi’s trust

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‘Secret survey’ shows Congress Party evaporating in Uttar Pradesh

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‘The biggest thing is that he chose to retire from politics at the age of 64′: Sonia Gandhi’s veiled message to Congress leaders who cling to power too long

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