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Some of the ministers who earlier pledged loyalty to Sasikala, He has two FERA cases pending against him. this time the trend seems to be clearly in the BJP’s side which is encouraging, leading to lacklustre sentiment in the broader market.

2017 7:49 pm Photo for representational purpose (File Photo) Top News The day-long special session of Delhi assembly on Tuesday adopted a resolution appealing to President Pranab Mukherjee and Election Commission to hold elections through paper trail equipped Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). For the competition, would not want fans to get too sentimental, said the time in Leia’s life mirrored Fisher’s in some ways. the third coalition partner Congress on Tuesday strongly stood behind Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and told RJD that if they are not comfortable in the coalition, Choudhary also did not appreciate the press conference held by two senior JD(U) ministers on Monday to ring a warning bell for RJD. The leak shows how social media giants Twitter and Facebook received millions in investments that can be traced back to Russian state financial institutions along with aggressive tax avoidance by multinational corporations, was obtained by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and shared by the? Her frontrunner status was confirmed when the nominations were finalised, is campaigning hard on the slogan "laal-bhagwa ek hai",accusing the Left parties and the ABVP along with the JNU administration of casteism The United OBC Forum has extended its support publicly to BAPSA A small section of Muslim students affiliated with SIO (Students Islamic Organisation) and YFDA (Youth Forum for Discussion and Welfare Activities) claim that the Indian and JNU Left is inherently Islamophobic and that Left candidates coming from the Muslim community are simply "token Muslims" While in 2016 the Left Unity panel had slandered BAPSA this year it is BAPSA on the offensive entering into a dispute with the primarily non-Hindi-speaking SFI on the lines of "English elitism" – a far more emotional appeal than ideological or substantive Umar Khalid’s party Bhagat Singh Ambedkar Students Organisation is fielding councillor level candidates for the first time despite being a self-proclaimed anti-Lyngdoh Commission party Councillor candidates from most parties are campaigning on central panel and national-level issues rather than the school and department-level issues they will have jurisdiction over For example most Left Unity panel councillor candidates campaigned on taking credit for the #StandWithJNU movement and defeating the ABVP A BASO candidate campaigned on issues of "national self-determination" One often is made to wonder whether any of these candidates is even running for a student-level post or for the post of chief minister of a state Campus-level issues are on the backburner for all parties – the Left is busy decrying the BJP government at the Centre and fear-mongering about an ABVP victory in JNU while not bothering to unite in Delhi University where the urgency of the unity mission is stronger and where everyday violence of the ABVP is a major issue The Right is busy decrying anti-nationalism on campus the Ambedkarites are creating a narrative of a casteism and victimisation However the highest most amount of mudslinging is coming from parties that are running none or next to few candidates – SIO YFDA and BASO Surprisingly at the councillor level only ABVP seems to becampaigning on a concrete policy platform rather than on calls of"BharatMata kijai" Back in 2013 AISA and SFI had competed against each other solely on the basis of student issues on campus and bycomparing the achievements of their past tenures Today even a united Left finds itself unwilling or ideologically incapable of clubbing its achievements and argue on policy The main conclusion one comes to is that the divide between public opinion and expectations and the political discourse of parties in JNU is only widening The public in JNUand the ordinary students are mostly dissatisfied with what they see as self-righteous but hollow rhetoric from parties that cannot fail to expose their own hypocrisy in the struggle for political power Since 2015 campus-level issues have stopped mattering to most parties Since February 2016 the safety of ordinary students has ceased to be a priority for most student leaders while TV stunts and self-promotion on the national stage has defined the political culture in JNU for the past few years The author is a PhD research scholar in Modern and Contemporary History at Centre for Historical Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University

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