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Sruthi Gottipati
New Delhi, May 24, 2014
Milind Deora, a former union minister, said Gandhi's secretive coterie of advisers, who had no electoral experience, \"did not listen\" to party cadres and legislators. \"We felt our voices don't matter. This has to change,\" Deora told the Indian Express. \"It is not the advisers alone. The people who take the advice also have to bear responsibility.\"


Sruthi Gottipati and Shyamantha Asokan
New Delhi, May 16, 2014
Modi's landslide was welcomed with a thundering rally on stock markets and raucous celebrations at offices across the country of his BJP, where supporters danced, exploded fireworks and handed out sweets.


Frank Jack Daniel and Sruthi Gottipati
New Delhi, May 16, 2014
Shy scion Rahul Gandhi's bid to stay in power for a third consecutive term was called lacklustre even by allies, and his speeches at rallies up and down the country in recent months were a far cry from Nehru's legendary rhetoric.


Sruthi Gottipati
Aurangabad, April 5, 2014
Some Congress members have said the inability of 43-year-old Gandhi, the scion of the Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, to effectively counter Modi has led to its woes. And although Gandhi has vowed to revitalise the party, they doubt he has the acumen to eventually lead it back to power.


Sruthi Gottipati and Rajesh Kumar Singh
New Delhi, March 10, 2014
India's campaign spend, which can include cash stuffed in envelopes as well as multi-million-dollar ad campaigns, has been estimated at Rs 30,000 crore ($4.9 billion) by the Centre for Media Studies, which tracks spending.


Sruthi Gottipati and Nigam Prusty
New Delhi, February 21, 2014
The bill must now be signed by president to become law, a formality expected to take place in a few days.


Sruthi Gottipati
New Delhi, January 14, 2014
Rahul Gandhi, the scion of Congress that has led India for most of its history, suggested in an interview published on Tuesday he was ready to be prime minister if his party won forthcoming elections, his first indication that he wants the job.


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