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Poll spending limit impractical: Students

BHUBANESWAR: From offering community feasts to gifting soft toys, chocolates and patties, campaigning for student union elections has reached fever pitch across campuses. As the candidates spend thousands on a daily basis, the Rs 5,000 expenditure ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Jammu & Kashmir likely to come under Governor's Rule

overnor's Rule is likely to be imposed in Jammu and Kashmir before the yearend, as the Election Commission will be left with no option but to postpone Assembly elections by at least six months in view of the floods causing havoc in the sensitive ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 week ago

Violence in BJB College: Three students injured

BHUBANESWAR: Pre-poll violence erupted at BJB college here on Wednesday a day before issuance of official notification for the September 29 students' union polls in the state. Police said three students were injured following a clash between two ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Polls: Utkal to take final call on Monday

BHUBANESWAR: The Utkal University Post Graduate (PG) Council will meet on Monday to take a final decision on whether to hold student union elections this time after a gap of two years. "We will assess the academic situation and if, during the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

All eyes on Utkal as govt notifies poll date

Bhubaneswar: All eyes are on whether Utkal University will host student union elections this year even as the state government on Thursday notified the common poll date for all colleges and universities as September 29. The varsity has skipped the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago All eyes on Utkal as government notifies poll date  Times of India2 weeks ago

'Lift ban on student polls'

Post bifurcation, student leaders have unanimously called for lifting the 25-year-old ban on student union elections in state varsities. While students' union polls are an annual affair at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi University and ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Wary students' groups keep candidates' names secret  Times of India1 month ago

Parties make last ditch attempts to woo voters

CHANDIGARH: National Students Union of India (NSUI) and Students Organization of India (SOI), along with their respective allies, held rallies in Panjab University on Tuesday in a last-ditch attempt to woo voters on campus. Meant to promote their ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago

PU quiz does a poll khol

CHANDIGARH: Those contesting Panjab University (PU) elections have been making claims of knowing the varsity and their belief in holding polls as per the spirit of the recommendations of the Lyngdoh panel. However, a short quiz conducted by The ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Student unions flex political muscle

Committee recommendations to clean up campus politics has youth wings dishing the dirt Although implemented with a view to keep money and muscle power away from campus elections, the Lyngdoh Committee recommendations have left youth wings of many ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Court-appointed panel highlights misuse of AFSPA in Manipur

Comment (1) · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Armed forces were indulging in gross violation of human rights Once again highlighting the rampant misuse of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act or AFSPA, a Supreme Court-appointed Judicial ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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