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What does PRP stand for?

PRP stands for Probable Prime (mathematics; number theory)

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He accused the BJP and India's ruling Congress party of being hand in glove with each other in looting the country's resources and said results in Varanasi and Amethi, where the Congress party vice president and its probable prime ministerial candidate Rahul Gandhi is contesting, would change the history of the Indian politics.
BJP is making an all out attempt to come to power at the Centre after a gap of a decade, that too with the controversial Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as its poster boy and probable prime ministerial candidate.
Samajwadi Party is trying desperately to woo the Muslim voters in its bid to win a large number of seats from amongst 80 Lok Sabha constituencies of Uttar Pradesh in its desire to propel Mulayam Singh Yadav as a probable prime ministerial candidate in case of election of a hung parliament.
Hyderabad: Setting "Congress-Free India" as his goal, BJP's probable Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday did a Barack Obama act.
Ahmedabad: Termed as the battle between the probable Prime ministerial candidates of 2014 general elections, Gujarat is a do or die battle for Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who is seeking a third term on the basis of the development and Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi, who wants to remind the people of the atrocities of the Gujarat riots in 2002.