Videographing among slew of measures for an orderly DUSU poll

With a view to ensure free and fair Delhi University students union polls, DU administration has decided to install CCTV cameras besides hiring commercial videographers to record election activities.

`NSUI victory in DUSU polls indicative of youth faith in Cong`

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday said victory of NSUI candidates in the Delhi University students` union (DUSU) polls is a clear indication that youths have faith in the policies of Congress party.

DUSU polls: Sheila Dikshit congratulates victorious NSUI candidates

Sheila Dikshit congratulated the victorious NSUI candidates in Delhi University Students Union polls.

DUSU polls: Strict vigilance during campaign

Hidden cameras, CCTVs and personnel in plainclothes deployed in sensitive locations-- authorities in Delhi University are keeping a close watch on activities of students as campaigning is on with full steam for Friday`s elections.

DUSU polls: ABVP wins three top posts, NSUI one

BJP student`s wing ABVP Saturday gave a jolt to Congress` NSUI in the Delhi University Students
Union elections winning three out of the four top posts,
including that of the president.

37% students turn out to vote for DUSU polls

Delhi University Students` Union
elections for four posts passed off peacefully on Friday with only
37 per cent of the students exercising their franchise.

No sympathy for students frustrating our orders: SC

The SC on Thursday dismissed a petition of two NSUI candidates for DUSU election challenging the rejection
of their nominations by University authorities for violating
the model code of conduct.

Delhi HC dismisses plea of disqualified DUSU candidates

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday
dismissed the plea of disqualified DUSU poll candidates from
NSUI and AVBP who challenged the University`s decision.

DUSU polls: ABVP to approach HC, NSUI for structural reforms

With Delhi University firm on its
decision to disqualify six DUSU poll candidates, ABVP on Sunday
said it will approach the High Court here for stay order,
while NSUI asked for "structural reforms" in these elections.