Left sweeps JNUSU polls, wins all 4 seats

The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - Front Page -

Left Unity, com­pris­ing four out­fits, won all the four cen­tral panel posts of the Jawa­har­lal Nehru Univer­sity Stu­dents’ Union, the re­sults of which were de­clared on Tues­day fol­low­ing the Delhi high court’s nod. The polls were held on Septem­ber 6. Aishe Ghosh of Left Unity be­came the new JNUSU pres­i­dent by de­feat­ing ABVP’s Man­ish Jangid. show­down with Pak­istan at the United Na­tions next week, for­eign min­is­ter S Jais­hankar said In­dia’s po­si­tion on Pak­istan-Oc­cu­pied Kash­mir was clear and it ex­pects to have “phys­i­cal ju­ris­dic­tion” over the ter­ri­tory one day.

Jais­hankar’s com­ments at a me­dia in­ter­ac­tion on Tues­day are the lat­est in a string of sim­i­lar state­ments that sug­gest that the “sta­tus” of Jammu and Kash­mir is now off the ta­ble in any dis­cus­sion with Pak­istan and what seemed to be po­lit­i­cal rhetoric is set­tling into a newer and more dis­tinct diplo­matic stance. “Our po­si­tion on POK is, has al­ways be

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