Pranab Mukherjee

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Pranab Mukherjee

I Mukherjee king India Economic Summit king New Delhi anyang 2009
Pamuntuk ning India
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
Kadwang Pamuntuk Mohammad Hamid Ansari
Elilan neng Pratibha Patil

Mibait Disiembri 11 1935 (idad 83)
Mirati, British India
(ngeni India)
Partido political Indian National Congress (Before 1986; 1989–present)
Rashtriya Samajwadi Congress (1986–1989)
Other political
affiliations
United Front (1996–2004)
United Progressive Alliance (2004–present)
Asawa Suvra Mukherjee (1957–kasalungsungan)
Ának Sharmistha
Abhijit
Indrajit
Pípagaralan  University of Calcutta
Relihyun Hinduism
Galal Padma Vibhushan (2008)
Karinan king Aptas (Website) Official Website
Presidential styles of
Pranab Mukherjee
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Istilo neng babanggitan yaHis Excellency Pranab Mukherjee, President of the Republic of India
King pamagsalitaPresident Mukherjee
Alternatibung istiluMister President

I Pranab Kumar Mukherjee (/prənəb kʊmɑːr mʉkhər/; mibait 11 Diciembre 1935) metung yang Indian a pulitikung politician who has been the 13th Pamuntuk ning India manibat anyang Julio 2012. King karera king pulitikang miras anam a dekada, migsilbi yang matas a pekapun ning Indian National Congress i Mukherjee, at tinalan yang mapilan a pusisyun king Kapamahalan ning India. Bayu ing kayang pangayalal antimong Pamuntuk anyang Julio 2012, migsilbi yang Ministru ning Pisalapyan a Pang-Union, ampong manimunang talapanyalese (top troubleshooter) ning partidung Congress.

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