Historical Background NOTA is an option by which a voter can declare that none of the candidates in the election are to his liking and he/she does not want his/her vote to […]
“Inclusive campus can be built through student movements only”: JNUSU President Speaks on the Left Alliance, Emergent Politics and Future Struggles
21 September 2016 | Mohit Kumar Pandey, PhD scholar from Centre for Media studies (CMS), who had earlier done his MPhil from University of Hyderabad; also a veteran AISA activist and a […]
It is only after the euphoria has died down, and the poll numbers seep into their consciousness, will the students of JNU ask that simple question: did we even need a united […]
10 August 2016│10.30 PM: AISA-SFI panel won JNUSU election bagging all four central panel seats. The new phenomenon Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students Association (BAPSA) made their presence visible in the campus through […]
AISA-SFI panel won 14 out 15 councillor post in the schools of Social Sciences, International studies and Languages while DSF managed to bag one in SIS. The final results: SIS Councillors: 1. […]
8 September 2016| Mark Twain once said, “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority it is time to pause and reflect.” Sound advice I must say and especially something […]
Shreya is an MA student at SSS and works for The Informer.