India's Sonia Gandhi stable in hospital: Report
NEW DELHI (AP) - Sonia Gandhi, India's most powerful politician and the leader of the ruling Congress party alliance, was in stable condition after falling ill during a debate in Parliament.
Press Trust of India, quoting unidentified sources at the hospital where Mrs Gandhi was taken, said she was no longer in the intensive care unit, where she had been taken initially because of chest pain.
Mrs Gandhi had been suffering from a fever since Sunday, according to news reports. She appeared fine during a parliamentary speech earlier Monday, but reports said she had to be escorted from Parliament in the evening by colleagues and her son Rahul, another leader of the Congress party.
Mrs Gandhi, 66, was born in Italy but rose to power after the killing of her husband, former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.