All stories by RASHEED KIDWAI
Are MLAs dying because MP assembly is jinxed?Rediff.com23 Jan 2020
Some BJP and Congress leaders believe the assembly building is filled with 'negative energy'.
Rahul's Savarkar jibe won't impact Uddhav's governmentRediff.com17 Dec 2019
Rahul Gandhi is neither Congress president, office-bearer nor Congress leader in Parliament. This technical leeway provides adequate cover for Shiv Sena-Congress ties taking a nosedive, says Rasheed Kidwai.
How Indira Gandhi took Sonia in her foldRediff.com9 Dec 2019
Small gestures from Indira gave Sonia the confidence that she could be a daughter-in-law in the distinguished family.
Amitabh@50: Stories you didn't know about the starRediff.com3 Oct 2019
Rasheed Kidwai unearths little-known stories from the Dadasaheb Phalke awardee's past as Amitabh Bachchan celebrates 50 years in the movies this month.
How Gandhi 'spiritualised' NehruRediff.com1 Oct 2019
When Nehru came in active contact with Gandhi 100 years ago, he was a Westernised rationalist while Gandhi was deeply soaked in the Indian ethos and spirituality, notes Rasheed Kidwai.
What Rahul and Priyanka are planning nextRediff.com20 Mar 2019
Will Priyanka contest against Modi in Varanasi? Will Rahul also contest from Karnataka? Rasheed Kidwai -- Sonia Gandhi and the Congress party's biographer -- reveals what is churning in the Congress.
'Hand' that rocked Rao's boat after conviction stays by ManmohanRediff.com12 Mar 2015
It is an open secret that Manmohan Singh is not a popular figure in the Congress, but Sonia's presence, support and strategy are proving a blessing for the good doctor. When P V Narasimha Rao ran into rough times, Sonia remained indifferent and the Congress had left him to the wolves, says Rasheed Kidwai, author of books on Sonia Gandhi and the Congress party.