Ram Nath Kovind to be sworn in as President of India today

ramnathkovind2aRam Nath Kovind will take oath as the 14th President of India today. He will be sworn in by Chief Justice of India, J S Khehar at the Central Hall of Parliament on today.

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When CJI J S Khehar was President of India for a few seconds today

kheharChief Justice of India J S Khehar was the President of India for a few seconds today. The CJI who administered the oath of office to Ram Nath Kovind at the Central Hall of Parliament on Tuesday was the President of India for a brief while when the chair was being exchanged between Kovind and Pranab Mukherjee.

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Ram Nath Kovind to take oath as President of India tomorrow

ramnathkovind3Ram Nath Kovind will take oath as the 14th President of India tomorrow. He will be sworn in by Chief Justice of India, J S Khehar at the Central Hall of Parliament on Tuesday.

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Next President of India: Murmu, Swaraj or Gehlot, the BJP’s list of candidates

tarunchandghelot-murmuWill it be Draupadi Murmu, Sushma Swaraj, Thawar Chand Gehlot or Venkaiah Naidu as the next President of India? On Wednesday, the Election said the the Presidential polls would be held on July 17 and counting for the same would be conducted on June 20.

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Next President of India: Congress pitches Meira Kumar against BJP’s Draupadi Murmu

meira_kumarIf the BJP decides to nominate Jharkhand Governor, Draupadi Murmu as its presidential candidate, then the opposition will pitch Meira Kumar, the daughter of Babu Jagjivan Ram. The opposition has also been considering the name of Gopal Krishna Gandhi, the former West Bengal governor and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. The next President of India will be elected in July after the term of Pranab Mukherjee ends.

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Electoral College: Here is how the next President of India will be elected

presidentThe BJP is almost set to win the Presidential elections. Looking at the manner in which several parties have been coming forward to extend their support, it appears that the BJP will be able to elect its candidate as the next President of India. The BJP has almost finalised Jharkhand Governor, Draupadi Murmu as its candidate. The opposition on the other hand is considering the candidature of former West Bengal Governor, Gopal Krishna Gandhi.

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Next President of India: BJP inches closer with AIADMK backing

presofindiaBoth factions of the AIADMK are likely to support the BJP to elect the next President of India. The support of the AIADMK is very crucial for the BJP which is looking to elect its candidate as the next President of India in July. The term of Pranab Mukherjee comes to an end in July following which the Presidential elections will be held.

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Next President of India: It is Draupadi Murmu vs Gopal Krishna

gopalkrishnaA unified opposition may chose Gopal Krishna Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi as the candidate for the next president of India. The BJP led NDA on the other hand is almost certain to chose Jharkhand Governor, Draupadi Murmu as the next presidential candidate.

The elections will be held in July. The name of Gandhi, former governor of West Bengal was suggested by Mamata Banerjee and a unified opposition is likely to accept the same. The presidential election will be a big test for the opposition which is looking to beat the BJP.

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What you should know about Draupadi Murmu, the next President of India

img_0829Draupadi Murmu is all set to be the next President of India. Sources say that the name has almost been finalised and she will be Narendra Modi’s pick to succeed Pranab Mukherjee as the next President of India. It may be recalled that OneIndia had reported that she is all set to be picked as the next president of India.

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Is Draupadi Murmu Modi’s surprise pick as the next President of India?

Narendra Modi always likes to surprise all and he may just pick Draupadi Murmu as the candidate for the next President of India. Murmu aged 59 is a tribal from Odisha and with the BJP aiming to capture the state, this pick makes sense for the party.
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