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  • Power games in Rajasthan, MLAs meet Gehlot to indicate support
    Several ministers and MLAs visited CM Ashok Gehlot's home on Sunday, indicating support to him amid speculation over a widening rift with his deputy Sachin Pilot. Some Congress MLAs, considered close to deputy CM Pilot have gone to Delhi, sources said. The posturing comes amid allegations by Gehlot that the BJP is trying to lure Congress MLAs to topple the state government.

  • Aishwarya, daughter Aaradhya test +ve for Covid
    Amitabh and Abhishek Bachchan had tested positive for Covid-19 and were admitted to a city hospital last evening. And now reports suggest that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter Aaradhya have also tested positive for Coronavirus. More details about the same are awaited. Earlier today, BMC santisation workers were at Bachchan’s bungalow Jalsa to sanitise the premises.

  • Rajasthan govt crisis: What we know so far
  • Corona letter: Why lockdowns may not help
  • Rajasthan govt crisis: Pilot incommunicado
    With Rajasthan Deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot in Delhi to meet Congress high command and his camp claiming support of 25 MLAs, the Congress is trying to pacify factions led by him and CM Ashok Gehlot to save itself more embarrassment and its govt in the state. Meanwhile, Sachin Pilot has gone incommunicado and not taking calls from Congress leaders and his friends.

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  • Worried for our party, says Kapil Sibal
    Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Sunday said that he is worried for Congress and asked the party members if they will "wake up" after the "horses have bolted from our stables?" Sibal didn't name anyone in the tweet but expressed his "worry" on a day when Rajasthan deputy CM Sachin Pilot is reportedly scheduled to meet Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi in Delhi.

  • India at good position in Covid-19 battle: Shah
    India is at a "good position" in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic and the country will fight the disease with determination and enthusiasm, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Sunday. Shah spoke after participating in a mega plantation drive initiated by the Central Armed Police Forces that has a target to plant about 1.37 crore saplings by this month-end.

  • Rahul again targets Modi over Ladakh face-off
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