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Sep 06, 2019
JNUSU polls 2019 sees highest voter turnout in 7 years; Delhi HC orders stay on announcement of resultsJawaharlal 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.
Feb 15, 2018
Compulsory attendance at JNU: Students union and teachers association must shed their elitismIt is high time that rather than showing their elitist narrow pride in JNU culture, these students leaders try to form a pan-Indian public opinion against compulsory attendance
Sep 11, 2017
JNUSU Elections 2017: Left retains citadel but without unity it could crumble under ABVP, BAPSA onslaughtJNUSU 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.
Sep 07, 2017
JNUSU election: Insecurity, internal differences surge as Left targets common adversary in ABVPAn alliance comprising AISA-SFI-DSF is the unified Left force rallying in JNUSU election against the rise of fascist powers represented by ABVP on campus.
Sep 07, 2017
JNUSU election: Improving campus facilities rule all manifestos; ABVP adds check on anti-national activitiesWith 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
Sep 06, 2017
JNUSU election: ABVP pins hope on development agenda, says split in Left parties gives it advantageIn the upcoming JNUSU election, all eyes are on Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) candidates, as Right-wing students body hopes to recreate 2000 win with BJP in power at the Centre
Apr 28, 2016
JNU has always been a 'hub of anti-national activities', says internal dossierWhile JNU students defend Kumar and the other accused students, the revelations made in the dossier raise serious questions on nature of politics on campus
Feb 17, 2016
Dear JNU, think twice before you speak your mind, the govt is listeningA confidential report accessed by Firstpost shows that JNU has always been under the government glare.