New Delhi, Aug 7 (ANI): UPA candidate Hamid Ansari has been re elected for the second time as Indias vice president. Of the 736 votes cast, Ansari got 490 votes, 252 more than his opponent Jaswant Singh. Eight votes were declared invalid. Ansari, 75, was supported by lawmakers of the Congress led coalition. The retired diplomat first became vice president in 2007.