Member of India's lowest caste expected to be elected president
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A member of India's poorest and most oppressed caste is expected to be elected president.
Ram Nath Kovind, the governor of Bihar until last month, was announced as the nominee of Narendra Modi's government in June, in what was widely seen as part of a decades-long strategy by Hindu nationalists to win over members of the dalit community.
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