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The Indian National Congress (also called the Congress Party) is the oldest surviving political organisation in India.
It is one of the largest political parties in India.
Slowly many groups broke away from the Congress and there are now scores of parties each derived from the Congress and hence having 'Congress' somewhere in their party name, thus decreasing somewhat the strength of the Congress from the 1940s to 60s when it used to regularly get two-thirds majority in Parliament.
www.informationgenius.com /encyclopedia/i/in/indian_national_congress.html   (383 words)

  
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Even as an young MLA, YSR rallied all the Congress MLA's from Rayalaseema and led an indefinite hunger strike on water issue.
Whatever might be the exigencies or demands of convenience he never turned his back to the party that gave him political life.
His loyalty to Congress Party is unflinching and unwavering.
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 Gandhi, Indira --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Although Narayan was too sick to accept any office, there were others in the Janata Party, especially the Hindu Jat peasant leader Charan Singh (1902–87), who considered themselves at least as worthy of becoming prime minister as Desai, and the petty squabbling over power and all the perks of high office kept the...
Once again she formed a new party, the Congress (I) (for Indira).
Gandhi was arrested later in that year when Desai and the Janata party attempted to bring her to trial on charges of corruption.
www.britannica.com /eb/article?tocId=9035988   (758 words)

  
 Congress party on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Assad vows reform at Syrian ruling party congress
Baath Party congress agrees to allow independent parties, relax emergency law
Syrian ruling party to opt for caution at congress
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Published by the Central Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party in exile in the watershed year of 1905.
Published by the Central Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party in exile.
1 listing on OCLC mentions "reprint" with no date—this may refer to very early reprints which were done for the use of party members.
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 AllRefer.com - Congress party (South Asian History) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Congress party (South Asian History) - Encyclopedia
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 A virtual Travel to the Kingdom of Nepal, Himalaya, South Asia - Nepal Adhirajya
The nation's first election was held in 1959, but in 1960, King Mahendra dismissed the cabinet, dissolved parliament, and banned political parties.
Multiparty legislative elections held in May 1991 were won by the centrist Nepali Congress party; the Communists became the leading opposition party.
Mid-term elections in November 1994, which were called after the government lost a parliamentary vote, resulted in a hung parliament and the communists, who emerged as the single largest party, formed a minority government.
www.nationsonline.org /oneworld/nepal.htm   (1304 words)

  
 Composition of Congress, by Political Party, 1855–2005
Democrats organized House with help of other parties.
Proclamation declaring Alaska a state issued Jan 3., 1959.
Related content from HighBeam Research on: Composition of Congress, by Political Party, 1855–2005
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