CONGRESS RESHUFFLE

  • AICC reshuffle likely after Parliament session ends: sources June 4, 2014

    New Delhi: There is likely to be a reshuffle in the All India Congress Committee after Parliament session ends on June 11, according to sources. Sources say Congress President Sonia Gandhi is believed to be working on the reshuffle. Sources say certain general secretaries, secretaries and state Congress chiefs are likely...
  • Priyanka meets Cong leaders, speculation over her role in LS polls rises January 7, 2014

    New Delhi: As the Congress braces to bite the bullet and announce a prime ministerial candidate in a break from convention, Congress President Sonia Gandhi's daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra meeting senior Congress leaders has created a buzz. Priyanka held a meeting with a few senior Congress leaders in New Delhi...
  • All eyes now on Cong's makeover and Rahul's role October 29, 2012

    New Delhi: After the Cabinet reshuffle, all eyes are now on what bigger role will Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi takes up in the party. Sources say he is set to take over as the working president of the Congress. Rahul has a reason to smile with his stamp evident...
  • Can a revamp save the Congress? April 24, 2012

    Senior ministers Jairam Ramesh, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Salman Khursheed and Vyalar Ravi have offered to work for the party organisation. ...
  • Reshuffle plan: Congress looks to revitalise party April 24, 2012

    New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi could be planning a major revamp shifting ministers out of the Cabinet for party work. Sources say Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh, Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, Law & Justice and Minority Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid and Overseas Indian Affairs Minister...
  • Will do whatever Sonia Gandhi says: Narayanasamy April 24, 2012

    MoS PMO V Narayanasamy said he would go by whatever Sonia Gandhi says as he was a 'loyal soldier' of the party. ...
  • Have not written any letter to Sonia: Vyalar Ravi April 24, 2012

    New Delhi: Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vyalar Ravi on Tuesday denied that that he had written a letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi expressing his desire to resign from the Union Cabinet. "There is no truth in the story. I have not met the Congress president. I am happy with...
  • Can Congress revive its fortune by a reshuffle? April 24, 2012

    Senior journalists discuss how a reshuffle may affect the Congress and the UPA government. ...