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    Rahul, Priyanka to be seen soon: Sonia
    Lucknow/Rae Bareli, March 28 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi said on Saturday that Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi would be seen "soon".

    Rahul will come back soon: Sonia Gandhi
    Amethi, Mar 28 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday said party vice-president and his son Rahul Gandhi will be 'back soon'.

    Sonia in charge but her alliance is shaky
    By Amulya Ganguli : If Rahul Gandhi is in retreat in a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar, as rumours have it, then he can be said to be imitating, in part, the Sakya prince who left home and hearth 2,500 years ago to find out the meaning of life.

    Congress in best position to tell why Rahul Gandhi practicing ...
    New Delhi, Mar. 25 : The Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday said that the Congress party must decide on a leadership model to follow, holding the grand old party answerable after posters announcing a reward for the 'missing' party vice-president Rahul Gandhi emerged in his constituency Amethi.

    'Defamatory' BJP has put up Rahul Gandhi 'missing' posters in Amethi, ...
    New Delhi, Mar. 25 : The Congress on Wednesday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of spreading 'defamatory' posters of party vice-president Rahul Gandhi, after placards announcing a reward for the 'missing' Gandhi scion emerged in his constituency Amethi.

    Amethi posters announce reward for 'missing' Rahul Gandhi
    Amethi, Mar. 25 : With Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi extending his leave of absence from politics, posters with the Gandhi scion's photo emerged in his constituency, Amethi in Uttar Pradesh, announcing a reward for their 'missing' MP.

    Posters put up in UP offering reward for finding 'missing' Rahul ...
    Lucknow, Mar 25 : Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi's month long sabbatical, posters have been put up in the state of Uttar Pradesh declaring the Congress Vice President 'missing'.

    Snoopgate: 'Big Brother' BJP is watching you, claims Congress
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : The Congress on Monday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government at the Centre of keeping tabs on its political opponents, alleging that the Delhi Police officers that had been sent to collate information on party vice president Rahul Gandhi had visited his residence ...

    Congress allegations of 'snooping 'on Rahul Gandhi 'misplaced', says ...
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Monday said the profiling of 'vulnerable' leaders was a routine procedure by the Delhi Police, adding that the allegations by the Congress with regard to the issue were 'misplaced'.

    Snoopgate: Omar taunts Delhi Police, describes his looks
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : As the BJP and Congress engage in mudslinging over the alleged snooping on Rahul Gandhi, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday poked fun at the Delhi Police and described his personal appearance so that the men in uniform do not have to waste their ...

    Govt. maintains there was "transparent profiling" of Rahul Gandhi, ...
    New Delhi, Mar.16 : Rejecting the Congress Party's charge that the NDA Government had ordered snooping on party vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday that the latter was simply making a "mountain out of what is not even a molehill", and added that what was ...

    Information collection on VVIPs started in 1957: Government
    New Delhi, March 16 : The practice of collecting information about VVIPs for their security started as early as 1957, the government said on Monday, as the Congress created an uproar alleging snooping on party vice president Rahul Gandhi.

    Rahul Gandhi 'snooping': Congress targets Govt. over 'feeble excuse'
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : Senior Congress leader Kamal Nath on Monday criticized the Centre for coming with a feeble excuse over the inquiry about Rahul Gandhi's whereabouts and said the NDA Government's move to cover up the ulterior motive is very unfortunate.

    'PM, HM not involved in Rahul Gandhi issue': Venkaiah Naidu
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Monday said that neither Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh nor Prime Minister Narendra Modi is involved in the alleged snooping on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, and added that the Delhi Police was just conducting a ...

    Rahul Gandhi 'snooping': BJP pulls up Congress for 'playing politics'
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday alleged that the Congress was playing politics over the inquiry about Rahul Gandhi's whereabouts and said this is a routine exercise and not snooping.

    Mayawati cries foul on Rahul Gandhi snooping issue
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Monday said the way the inquiry on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was done has raised a sense of doubt.

    Congress, government clash over 'snooping' on Rahul
    New Delhi, March 16 : The alleged snooping on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi blew into a political confrontation on Monday, as the Congress charged the BJP with a "police state mentality" while the government dismissed the episode as a "non-issue".

    Rahul Gandhi snooping row: Congress stages walkout from RS
    New Delhi, Mar. 16 : Following a heated discussion in the Rajya Sabha on Monday, the Congress Party staged a walkout in protest against the Delhi Police visiting the official residence of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi to make personal inquiries.

    Parliament in uproar over Rahul Gandhi snooping issue, Sharad Yadav's ...
    New Delhi, Mar.16 : Proceedings in parliament predictably got off to an aggressive start on Monday on two key issues - the Delhi Police visiting the official residence of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi to make personal inquiries and on Sharad Yadav's controversial "dark-skinned" women comment ...

    Naidu criticises Congress over Rahul Gandhi snooping allegations
    Hyderabad, March 16 : Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu criticised the Congress party over allegations of snooping against their vice-president Rahul Gandhi and said it is not fair on the part the party and its allies to make an issue out of a non-issue.

    Rahul Gandhi 'snooping' issue likely to dominate Parliament ...
    New Delhi, Mar.16 : A miffed Congress Party is likely to seek answers from the NDA Government in Parliament on Monday over the visit of Delhi Police officials to the party office to seek details of Rahul Gandhi's physical appearance.

    Congress targets govt on Rahul Gandhi 'snooping' issue
    New Delhi, Mar 16 : The Rajya Sabha witnessed a political storm with the Congress raising the the issue of 'snooping' on party vice-president Rahul Gandhi in the Upper House of the Parliament while the government completely rejected the allegations on Monday.

    Amid opposition uproar, Centre denies snooping on Rahul
    New Delhi, March 16 : The central government on Monday dismissed as a "non-issue" the charges of snooping on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi as members of the party, supported by other political parties, created an uproar in parliament.

    Amid opposition uproar, Centre denies snooping on Rahul
    New Delhi, March 16 : The central government on Monday dismissed the charges of snooping on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi as Congress members, supported by other political parties, created an uproar in parliament.

    Congress raises 'snooping' on Rahul in Rajya Sabha
    New Delhi, March 16 : The alleged snooping on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was on Monday raised in Rajya Sabha by a vociferous opposition, which demanded a statement by Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the issue.

    Followed procedure on collecting information: Venkaiah Naidu
    New Delhi, March 16 : Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Monday said that Delhi Police followed standard procedure to collect information about Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi.

    Congress demands PMO explain 'Snoopgate 2', BJP says non-issue
    New Delhi/Hyderabad, March 15 : The Congress on Sunday demanded an explanation from the Prime Minister's Office on why the police were seeking details about its vice president Rahul Gandhi even as the BJP accused the opposition party of making an issue out of a "routine" security-related inquiry.

    Congress making an issue out of non-issue: Venkaiah Naidu
    Hyderabad, March 15 : Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday accused the Congress of making an issue out of a non-issue over a "routine" security-related inquiry about its vice president Rahul Gandhi.

    Tharoor questions Modi over 'spying' on Rahul
    New Delhi, March 15 : Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Sunday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi after Delhi Police sought details about Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi.

    Why do you need details of SPG protected Rahul Gandhi?: Tharoor asks ...
    New Delhi, Mar 15 : Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Sunday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi should explain the need of the Delhi Police to seek details about Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi who is protected by the Special Protection Group (SPG).

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