Six JNU students suspended for participation in hostel fee hike protests; administration engaging in 'mass intimidation stunts’, claims students’ union
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) on Monday alleged six students have been academically suspended for their participation in the protest over hostel fee hike
JNUSU polls 2019 sees highest voter turnout in 7 years; Delhi HC orders stay on announcement of results
Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union polls witnessed a 67.9 per cent voter turnout on Friday, believed to be the highest in seven years, even as the Delhi High Court ordered a stay on the announcement of results.
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JNUSU Elections 2019: BAPSA-Fraternity alliance a step against Islamophobia, challenges monopoly of Brahmanical Left and Right in JNU politics
The BAPSA-Fraternity alliance in the JNUSU elections 2019 is a historic episode in the JNU campus where both savarna Brahmanical Left and Right have had a monopoly for decades in terms of institutional and political access
JNUSU election result 2018: Counting restarts as political groups trade charges; process was suspended for 12 hours
Counting for the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students union election was suspended for over 12 hours and restarted late on Saturday evening.
Daily Bulletin: Rahul Gandhi demands Arun Jaitley's resignation over Mallya's escape, JNUSU polls today, fuel price continues to rise; day's top stories
Rahul Gandhi demands Arun Jaitley's resignation over Mallya's escape, JNUSU polls today, fuel price continues to rise and more stories to follow through the day.
A close scrutiny into the prevailing political culture in Delhi University shows that the terrain there is quite unfriendly for the Left.
JNUSU Elections 2017: Left retains citadel but without unity it could crumble under ABVP, BAPSA onslaught
JNUSU elections were once again swept by the Left Unity panel comprising AISA-SFI-DSF. But consolidation of vote banks by ABVP and BAPSA remains a threat.
JNUSU election: Improving campus facilities rule all manifestos; ABVP adds check on anti-national activities
With the JNUSU election right around the corner, we analyse the big four — Left Unity, ABVP, BAPSA and NSUI — on the basis of their pre-election promises
JNU Students' Union Election 2017: Differently-abled candidate Farooque Alam shines in presidential debate
Students of JNU got the first taste of candidates' policies during the presidential debate amid thundering applause and boos with a disabled independent candidate stealing show
Independent candidate MD Farooque Alam stole the show in the JNUSU presidential debate with his witty speech and scathing attacks
This year's JNUSU elections, while marked by a lot of hype and news coverage, betray a stark lack of policy ideas and substantive debate among students.
This particular JNUSU election is unique in the sense that arch-rival Left parties are joining hands to keep their Red Fort intact.
Most of these comrades in JNU are prejudiced, ill-equipped and lack scholarly instincts when discussing Islamic faith and practices in general. The result of this prejudiced rhetoric is the alienation of Muslim youth in the campus.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) research scholar J Muthukrishnan's battle against institutionalised discrimination will now be taken up by his peers and colleagues who will demand justice, transparency and equal opportunities. Just over a year back, he was fighting the same fight for Dalit research scholar from University of Hyderabad (UoH) Rohith Vemula.
In an extremely journalistic piece, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri blamed the disappearance of Najeeb — the student from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) —on Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) and called it a larger conspiracy to overthrow the Narendra Modi government.
The Left Alliance of AISA-SFI won all the Central Panel seats in JNU. They out-organised (by far at the Councilor level) everybody else with sheer political machinery, hard campaigning and determination.
The growing influence of Right wing sentiments across the country and also the uprising of the Dalits have made matters even more complicated for the Left-oriented school.