Gandhi will visit the Lord Krishna temple after he lands at the Mithapur airstrip in the Devbhumi Dwarka district on Monday morning, senior Congress leader Shaktisinh Gohil said.
The Banaras Hindu University (BHU) campus last night witnessed violence by students who were lathicharged by the police, in an ugly turn of a protest against an alleged eve- teasing incident.
The jibe at BJP comes days after Rahul Gandhi appeared in a series of lectures at US Universities
In another post, he said, "NRIs have tremendous knowledge and understanding in different fields. I invite you to work with the Congress and discuss the vision forward."
Gandhi, 47, who was in the US on a two-week-long tour, concluded his visit by addressing about 2,000 supporters at a hotel ball room near the iconic Times Square.
Gandhi, who is in the US on a two-week-long tour, during his interaction with students at the prestigious Princeton University said 'Make in India' is a good idea, if implemented well, it is a very powerful idea.
The position of an Air Marshal is of four-star rank and that of the Marshal of the Indian Air Force is of five-star rank
The Gandhi scion had recently said that he was "absolutely ready" to take up an executive responsibility if the party asked him to do so.
"Rahul Gandhi's statement (in the US) is a national disgrace and an onslaught on the wisdom of the Indian people. It is about time the real potential of the Indian democracy is realised. And that can be done only when merit, and merit alone, the ability to lead and the ability to deliver will really determine the leadership," Jaitley told Times Now news channel.
"The idea (behind visiting the center) was to really understand implications (of solar power) in India," senior Congress leader Sam Pitroda, who accompanied Gandhi, said after his visit to Sun Power's research centre in the Silicon Valley.
Rahul Gandhi cited the example of Amitabh Bachchan and his son, Abhishek while explaining "dynasty legacy," adding: "Don't go just after me." Well, while the young leader said nothing in particular for the Kapoor looks like the senior actor took personal offense over it.
"Idea (behind visiting the center) was to really understand implications (of solar system) in India," senior Congress leader Sam Pitroda, who accompanied Gandhi, said after his visit to Sun Power's research center in the Silicon Valley.
Shah said the Narendra Modi government has in the last three years shown the political will to take decisions unlike the previous Congress-led government which had suffered from policy paralysis.
Responding to a question from students at the University of California, Berkeley, Gandhi said that he was "absolutely ready" to take up an executive responsibility if the party asked him to do so.
Gandhi, who was addressing students at University of California, Berkeley, said around 2012 the Congress Party "stopped having conversations with people".
Addressing students in the US, the Congress Vice-President said the "central architecture" of projects such as MGNREGA and GST was created by the UPA government.
Gandhi, 47, who arrived in the US yesterday on a two- week-long tour, addressed students at the University of California, Berkeley, to reflect on contemporary India and the path forward for the world's largest democracy.
Hitting out at the BJP for criticising Gandhi's US visit, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said the party vice president has gone abroad only 0.0001 per cent as compared to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
During his trip to the US, he said, Gandhi will also engage with the Indian diaspora with the purpose of making them a part in India’s development.
In his first engagement, Gandhi would address students of the prestigious University of California, Barkley on 'India at 70: Reflections on the Path Forward', in which he will offer his reflections on contemporary India and the path forward for the world’s largest democracy.
Gandhi, 47, will begin his nearly two-week trip to the US with an address at the University of California, Berkeley, today on the subject 'India at 70 -- Reflections on the Path forward', where he will talk about contemporary India and the path forward for the world's largest democracy.
Gandhi, 47, begins his nearly two-week trip to the US with an address at the University of California, Berkeley, tomorrow on contemporary India and the path forward for the world's largest democracy.
Agriculturists might get only Rs 5,000 crore from the Rs 34,000 crore loan waiver announced by the BJP-led government in Maharashtra in June, Gandhi alleged.
Gandhi also took potshots at the Modi-led government on demonetisation and described the exercise as a total flop.
The Congress president described Lankesh as one with fearless and independent views, who had extraordinary grit and determination to take on the system.