The Indian National Congress - perhaps the largest and oldest democratic organization in the world was born as a movement that embraced all peoples, cultures and communities into its fold in its fight for freedom from alien domination.
Online PR News – 13-February-2009 – – Hi friends
www.joincongress.com wishes you a very happy and prosperous New Year to you, members of your family and friends.
www.Joincongress.com - Welcome to this new website: intended to be a totally different approach to socialising on a political platform. Here we offer you a series of activities that would not only keep you engrossed in team-building endeavours, but will also keep you informed of developments all around in the political scenario, more especially in relation to our Indian National Congress party.
What are the various areas you can expect to get covered in this site? The site has many many features – some of which are summed up below:
It is primarily a social network site – first of its kind – for the Congress Party
Joining the forum is free. Anyone supporting Congress Party or endorsing its view-point is invited to join the site
The site provides facilities for –
Creating Groups for debates, free discussions, etc.
Inviting friends and families to join
Sharing comments, views and thoughts on various political and social issues in the featured forum and the related blogs
Sharing pictures and videos amongst the members
One can invite friends from FaceBook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Picasa etc. to enrich the contents of the site
Arrangements are also made to get the Members enrolled as voters. If a member is not a registered voter, the site will provide him the option to register at the site that would provide a PDF document. He can send the document to the local post office and get himself Registered for a Voter ID and casting of his valuable Vote. Isn’t it Great!
The site is not the official website of Congress Party nor has this been sponsored by the political party, and hence, any views and opinions expressed here are of the concerned individual, and not necessarily that of Congress Party.