The tenure of President Kalam comes to an end in July and a frantic search is on for his successor.

President Kalam has ruled himself out of the race for Rashtrapati Bhavan
With Kalam out of the race, who will be India's next President?

Pujari President
Contrary to what the Left says, being a non-partisan in politics is an essential requirement for the President’s post

Too much to ask for a woman Prez?
None of the parties in this great land of Devi worshippers have found one single woman's name on their list of probables.









The making of the President of India
India will get her next President in July. But this will happen only after several more twists and turns.

Contenders
N R Narayana Murthy as candidate for President of India
Pranab top contender for post
Urban India wants Kalam as Prez
NDA may field candidate: Rajnath
Opposition to lobby for Shekhawat


The perks of being a President
Hit's the ultimate perk that comes with being President of India. As the First Citizen, all 200,000 square feet of floor area, with its 1,700 million bricks and 3 million cubic feet of stone are yours for the taking for five whole years. And don't forget the sprawling Mughal Garden, spread over 13 acres. Prime property doesn't get better than this.

The splendour of the Rashtrapati Bhavan is larger than life. Few official residential premises of the Head of the State in the world can match the it in terms of its size, vastness and magnificence. Its breathtaking architecture, with Roman, Mughal, Buddhist and European influences, is a work of art.