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Youth Congress News

  • | November 3rd, 2013

    Shweta Menon’s effigy burnt by Youth Congress workers

    Shweta Menon’s effigy burnt by Youth Congress workers

    Angry Youth Congress workers in Kollam district of Kerala burnt an effigy of the Malayalam actor after hearing reports of police registering a case against MP Peethamabara Kurup for allegedly groping her
    Shouting slogans against Shweta Menon, party activists walked through the main road in Kollam and warned that they would continue their protests against her. Click here to read more

  • | November 29th, 2011

    Happy Birthday, Ramya!

    Happy Birthday, Ramya!

    After almost a decade in the Kannada industry, she is undoubtedly the queen bee. Besides being an actor Ramya dabbles in many other fields as well. The actor celebrates her birthday today and we wish her a great year ahead
    Ramya, the face of Royal Challengers, Bangalore’s IPL team besides films, also keeps herself busy with politics. The actor is the member of the Youth Congress. With so much on her plate, you’d still never hear this gorgeous babe complain. Now that’s what truly makes a star. Before Ramya dabbled in politics, she made it a point to voice her opinion on political, social and rampant current issues. The actor who started her career opposite Puneet Rajkumar in Abhi has had a great stint in the industry over the last few years. Her latest films, Sanju Weds Geetha and Jhonny Mera Naam Preethi Mera Kaam rocked the box office. Click here to read more

  • | September 13th, 2011

    Ramya kickstarts political career with Congress

    Ramya kickstarts political career with Congress

    Divya Spandana aka Ramya has filed nomination papers for booth level elections
    Politics is a new playing field for actors. After portraying politicians onscreen some took up the  political ‘greasy pole’ in real life too. The likes of Ambareesh, Chiranjeevi and Vijaykanth believe, sometimes erroneously, that their fan clubs can be their vehicle to a political career. Click here to read more