Akshit Dahiya of ABVP defeated NSUI's Chetna Tyagi for the DUSU president's post by a margin of over 19,000 votes. The posts of vice president and joint secretary were won by ABVP's Pradeep Tanwar and Shivangi Kharwal by a margin of 8,574 and 2,914 votes, respectively.
DUSU Election Result 2019 highlights: ABVP's Akshit Dahiya defeats NSUI's Chetna Tyagi for president post by 19,000 votes
DUSU Election Result 2019 LATEST updates: Akshit Dahiya of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad defeated National Students Union of India's Chetna Tyagi for the top post by a margin of over 19,000 votes.
NCP in agreement with Congress for 240 Maharashtra Assembly seats for upcoming election, says Sharad Pawar
NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday said his party and the Congress had come to an agreement on 240 of the 288 Assembly seats for the upcoming elections in Maharashtra.
Modi govt has changed India, brought 'achhe din' says JP Nadda at Maharashtra BJP's executive committee meeting
At the Maharashtra BJP meeting, JP Nadda highlighted Modi government's achievements in health sector, poverty elevation, infrastructure, agriculture and rural development.
Devendra Fadnavis asks Opposition to stop blaming EVMs for Lok Sabha poll defeat and accept people's mandate
Replying to Opposition leaders' claim during proceedings on the last day of the monsoon session, Fadnavis rejected various allegations being raised against his colleagues.
Maharashtra Assembly polls: NCP moves proposal in Legislative Council for holding elections through ballot paper, questions EVMs
Questionning reliability of EVMs, the NCP Tuesday moved a proposal in the Legislative Council demanding that upcoming assembly elections be held through ballot papers
Rajya Sabha to hold discussion on electoral reforms tomorrow; Opposition parties had given notice last week
The leaders of the parties are expected to discuss electoral bonds, 'One Nation, One Election' and Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) malfunction in the Rajya Sabha tomorrow.
Parliament Monsoon Session: Modi targets Congress in both Houses; TMC first-timer Mahua Moitra makes a mark with maiden speech
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an attack on the Congress saying it was sheer arrogance of the grand old party which is unable to accept its defeat and continues doubting EVMs.
EC terms reports of 'ghost voters' in recent polls incorrect, says data published on website is 'provisional'
'The provisional voter turnout data reported on ECI website is only the tentative number of voters and not the final numbers,' the EC said.
EC yet to receive final tally of matched VVPAT slips, EVM votes; official says no discrepancy reported from 542 seats
The Election Commission has yet to receive a final tally of mandatory matching of paper trail machine slips with EVM results of five randomly picked polling booths in each Assembly segment across all constituencies.
Siddaramaiah slams BJP amid EVM row, says GVL Narasimha Rao even wrote book questioning voting machines after 2009 polls
In a tweet in Kannada, Siddaramaiah wrote, "BJP was the first to raise doubts about the EVMs. The spokesperson of that party had even written a book. Supporting the doubt, LK Advani had written the preface of the book. What's the reason behind BJP's change in stand in the last 10 years?"
EVM manipulation row: Opposition cries foul but bureaucrats defend system, say hacking is not possible
Social media is abuzz with posts about not just the hacking of EVMs but also the alleged changing or replacing of these machines.
BJP chief Amit Shah claims Opposition is raising questions on EVMs as it is 'rattled by likely defeat'
Slamming Opposition parties, Amit Shah said in tweets that they started protesting against EVMs only after sixth phase of polling
EC rejects Opposition request for change in counting system; 22 parties wanted VVPAT slips at five polling stations tallied first
The Election Commission rejected the Opposition's request to count and tally the EVMs votes with VVPAT slips of five randomly identified polling booths in an Assembly segment before counting officially begins.
Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Counting of votes involves guarding EVMs, tallying VVPATs and postal ballots, sealing machines
The use of EVMs in the Lok Sabha election means the count itself should be simple enough, claims of fraud could make it a laborious affair that could delay the final result.
EC sets up 24-hour control room to monitor complaints related to EVMs, says all lapses will be investigated
A 24-hour EVM control room has been made functional in New Delhi at the Nirvachan Sadan to monitor complaints related to EVMs, the Election Commission said.
AAP volunteer tweets clip on EVM 'hack': Sharing unverified news while questioning EC weakens Opposition's narrative
Sharing verified news at this time, such as on EVM tampering, damages the gravity of the Opposition far more than the Election Commission and parties they are attempting to question.
Daily Bulletin: EVM row dominates discourse ahead of counting, Naidu strives to unite Opposition front, ISRO launches RISAT-2B; day's top stories
A day ahead of counting, controversy over EVMs rages on as does the Opposition's efforts to consolidate an anti-NDA front, even as exit poll predicts a comfortable win for BJP, ISRO launched earth observation satellite RISAT-2B; day's top stories
At NDA meeting, Narendra Modi expresses concern over ‘controversy’ over EVMs; leaders pass resolution to make India 'strong, inclusive'
Modi Tuesday expressed concern over the "needless controversy" created by the Opposition over EVMs at a meeting of NDA leaders, even as the ruling alliance laid out its agenda for the next five years
Count VVPAT slips first in five polling stations in each seat, all in case of discrepancies, say Opposition parties to Election Commission
Leaders representing 22 Opposition parties met the Election Commission in Delhi on Tuesday, demanding that the counting of VVPAT slips at five polling stations be done before the counting of votes