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Venkaiah Naidu is India's vice president-elect

Deccan Herald Saturday, 5 August 2017
NDA nominee M Venkaiah Naidu was today elected as the next Vice President of India by securing over two-thirds of votes leaving opposition candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi far behind.Naidu got 516 votes out of total 771 votes cast while Gandhi could only manage 244 votes. Of the total 771 votes polled, 11 were found to be...
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News video: Venkaiah Naidu Wins Vice Presidential Polls By 244 Votes

Venkaiah Naidu Wins Vice Presidential Polls By 244 Votes 01:12

The Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance’s candidate Venkaiah Naidu won Vice Presidential polls by 244 votes defeating his opponent West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi. Naidu was elected the new vice president of India. Gopalkrishna Gandhi was unanimously nominated by 18...

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