All India Congress Committee (AICC) secretary Girish Chodankar said that the string of statements by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and his ally, Town and Country Planning Minister Vijai Sardesai, clearly exposed the "bhatkar" (landlord) mentality of the government.
Party MP Anbumani Ramadoss claimed that Karnataka has 31 tmc feet of water in dams, of which they should release at least 10 TMC feet to Tamil Nadu.
On a lighter note, Chowdhury said her laughter had always been spontaneous but now, she had become conscious about it.
The Rajya Sabha MP from Karnakata said Mayawati had twice been taught lesson in Uttar Pradesh, when the opposition remained fractured.
Haasan, who recently announced his foray into electoral politics, said that he will begin with one village and then scale up it to every district of Tamil Nadu.
Haasan, who had recently announced his foray into the electoral politics, said that his "true purpose today is to challenge the status quo and mediocrity in politics, that is plaguing the state of Tamil Nadu."
Renting out a party office building by the CPI(M) is surprising as it had ruled West Bengal uninterrupted for 34 years before being ousted by the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC in 2011 and defeated again by it in 2016.
The Trinamool Congress (TMC) has formed an alliance with the Indigenous Nationalist Party of Twipra (INPT) and National Conference of Tripura for the February 18 poll.
Bhartiya Janata Party is currently in power in Madhya Pradesh, led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The state goes to polls later in 2018.
"Thank you Rajnath Singh ji for speaking the truth to power. Satyamev Jayate," the Congress chief said on Twitter, while tagging a speech of Singh made in 2015 at a programme to mark Nehru's birth anniversary.
"...You (Modi) drive the vehicle by just looking in the rear view mirror, which will cause accidents. This country cannot be run by looking in the rear view mirror," Gandhi said, taking a swipe at Modi at a rally here for upcoming assembly elections in Karnataka.
Hailing the leadership of PM Narendra Modi, Raman Singh said that country was moving ahead on the path of development due to its strong leadership.
Gandhi will visit the Huligemma Temple in Koppal district today when he starts his visit to the Congress-ruled state.
Stating that Congress has faced setback and BJP has won wherever Rahul Gandhi has campaigned in the past, in another tweet in Kannada he said "Rahul's arrival is like arrival of good fortune for BJP."
Even the UPA government did not share details of defence deals finalised by it for similar reasons of secrecy, Shah said.
"The Congress supports the just demands of the people of Andhra Pradesh for special category status and speedy completion of the Polavaram project. It's time for all parties to unite on this issue and support this call for justice," he tweeted.
The MPs' success is linked to the party's performance, the prime minister told the BJP parliamentary meeting, the leaders said.
The proceedings were first adjourned soon after meeting for the day for Question Hour. After papers listed for the day were laid, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan adjourned the House, which would now meet again on March 5.
The Left parties in Andhra Pradesh has been protesting against the "injustice" done to the state in what the parties called an "anti-people" budget.
The Congress today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of indulging in "political corruption" in the Rafale aircraft deal, saying he was guilty of violating the defence acquisition procedures.
Congress MP Renuka Chowdhury demanded that Modi apologise to Chowdhury and the nation "for speaking in a manner which encourages disrespectful behaviour towards women".
The former Finance Minister also asked whether the government will suggest the ILO to include those selling pakodas in its definition for employment.
"I charge the Congress of seriously compromising India's security...Mr Modi has run a clean government for last 4 years, so let us manufacturer a crisis, let us manufacture an issue."
Sonia Gandhi told MPs at a meeting of the Congress Parliamentary Party that the process to revive the party's fortunes had begun after the recent results in Gujarat and Rajasthan.