Free Press Journal
  • Student election isn’t a political referendum

    Political parties are quite naturally inclined to talk up their successes and underplay the significance of setbacks. Under the circumstances, the elation in the BJP over the ABVP’s victory in three of the four elected posts for the Delhi University Student’s Union is understandable. Likewise, it is also entirely predictable that the Congress has blamed faulty EVMs for its failure to hold on to the body. Blaming defeats on electoral irregularities has,

  • HC directs DU to secure EVMs 

    New Delhi : The Delhi High Court Monday directed Delhi University to keep securely the EVMs used in the student union election on a plea by three candidates of the Congress backed National Students Union of India (NSUI) challenging the polls.

  • Voting underway for DUSU elections at 52 centres in morning colleges

    New Delhi: Polling is underway for the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) elections at 52 centres in colleges here, an official said Wednesday. As many as 1.35 lakh students will decide the fate of 23 candidates in in the DUSU polls. Senior faculty members have been posted as observers at the centres and around 700 electronic voting machines (EVMs) have been installed, the official said.

  • DUSU election results 2017: NSUI bags top two posts, ABVP wins two

    New Delhi: In a major comeback, the Congress’ student wing NSUI on Wednesday bagged the posts of President and Vice President in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) while the RSS-affiliated ABVP won the posts of Secretary and Joint Secretary.

  • ABVP

    ABVP sweeps DUSU polls

    New Delhi: The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Saturday swept the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections winning all the four posts with spectacular margins.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    DUSU asks CM Kejriwal for univ spl buses, infra upgrade

    New Delhi: Delhi University Students Union’s (DUSU) office-bearers today met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and submitted an eight-point memorandum of demands to him, which include university special buses and upgrading of colleges’ infrastructure. “We submitted an eight-point memorandum of demands to the chief minister, who has assured us of looking into the issues raised by us including improvement of infrastructure in Delhi government colleges,” DUSU President Mohit Nagar said.