Which of the three will be the next president of the United States?


By Naila ArjumalaThe Lad Bible, a Lad religious newspaper, has published a piece on the election results, with the title Which one of the two contenders will be president of India?

The Lad is an umbrella group for Lad followers that is led by the influential Mahabharata author Ramanujan, and has a long-standing interest in the countrys politics.

The Lad newspaper is the oldest in India, and is the country’s oldest publication.

It is a respected religious paper and has an estimated readership of about 1.6 million people.

It is widely read in Indian media, with several national and international news organisations including The Economist, CNN, and Al Jazeera regularly citing it in their reporting.

The Lad paper was once the mainstay of Lad worship, with its founding by Ramanuj, who became a revered figure for the country, and later became a leading political figure.

He was the son of a prominent Brahmins Brahmin father, and a Parsi mother.

His father died when he was only six years old.

His mother passed away in the early 1970s, leaving Ramanuja in a deep depression, and he became an alcoholic and drug addict.

After he was released from prison, he joined the Mahabhadras, the religious group that would become the backbone of Indian democracy, in 1985.

He had become the leader of the Mahathirasa Parishad, which would become one of India’s major political parties.

He became prime minister in 1990, and served two terms in office before he was elected to the national parliament in 2001.

In the next election, Ramanujas was elected president of his party, the Congress Party, and led it to power for 13 years.

His successor, Pranab Mukherjee, is the current prime minister.

The new government is headed by the BJP.

The current election result gives Ramanujuas a two-thirds majority in the National Assembly, while his main rival, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has gained ground.

The BJP has a plurality in the lower house of parliament, but is running neck and neck with the Bharat, a coalition of the opposition parties.

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