Sonia to Kickstart Congress' 125th Anniversary Celebrations

New Delhi, Dec 28 (IANS) The Congress is set to launch its yearlong 125th anniversary celebrations Monday and leaders including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and party president Sonia Gandhi will address a rally in the national capital.

Sonia Gandhi will hoist the party flag at the Congress headquarters here. She will also lay a foundation stone for a new office of the party to be constructed at Rouse Avenue near Connaught Place, Delhi's business hub, party sources said.

The construction of the new office is expected to be completed by the end of next year.


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  • VICTOR, mangalore

    Mon, Dec 28 2009

    dear nayak, please tell BJP to do something for roads. BJP is only releasing the public fund to maintain the temples. if it is worng please write something?

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    Mon, Dec 28 2009

    Dear Nagesh Nayak, Would like to remind you that Congress served this country better than any other party. Citizens of India accepted their rule, for this reason ruling Congress party (INC) has won more than 191 of the 543 parliamentary seats up for grab in the 2009 India elections, beating out the main opposition bloc led by the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Nagesh Nayak you should be proud of Congress party. Change your mind and think for the better future of India. "MERA BHARATH MAHAN".

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  • nagesh nayak, bangalore

    Mon, Dec 28 2009

    Need of the hour is construction of motorable roads, bridges, irrigation canal, houses for poor .jai ho.

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