Indian National Congress
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Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi (née Nehru; 19 November 1917 – 31 October 1984) was an Indian politician and a central figure of the Indian National Congress.
Indian economist and statesman who was the 13th prime minister of India from 2004 to 2014.
A member of the Indian National Congress, Singh was the first Sikh prime minister of India.
Indian politician who served as the sixth prime minister of India from 1984 to 1989.
Gandhi was from the politically powerful Nehru–Gandhi family, which had been associated with the Indian National Congress party.
Indian statesman who served as the second prime minister of India.
He served as the president of Servants of the People Society (Lok Sevak Mandal), founded by Lala Lajpat Rai and held prominent positions in Indian National Congress.
Centre-left political alliance of predominantly left-leaning political parties in India.
The largest party in UPA is Indian National Congress (INC).
Politics of India works within the framework of the country's Constitution.
India had its first general election in 1951, which was won by the Indian National Congress, a political party that went on to dominate subsequent elections until 1977, when a non-Congress government was formed for the first time in independent India.
General elections were held in India in four phases between 20 April and 10 May 2004.
The Indian National Congress, which had governed India for all but five years from independence until 1996, returned to power after a record eight years out of office.
The Indian National Congress (Organisation) also known as Congress (O) and Congress (Organisation) was a political party in India formed when the Congress party split following the expulsion of Indira Gandhi.
General elections were held in India in nine phases from 7 April to 12 May 2014 to elect the members of the 16th Lok Sabha.
In contrast, the result was the worst-ever performance by the Indian National Congress (INC), which had ruled India for most of its post-independence history.
Used in reference to a political party's policy of permitting or encouraging a broad spectrum of views among its members.
The Indian National Congress attracted support from Indians of all classes, castes and religions opposed to the British Empire.