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The Indian Awaaz (theindianawaaz.com) is a fast growing English news website based in New Delhi, India. The web site is widely read across the world with great interest. Supported by over two dozen experienced and young journalists, the website covers Politics, Economy/Business, Entertainment, Health, Education, Technology, Fashion, Lifestyle, Stock Market, Commercial Issues and much more. It has also separate sections for the news in Hindi and Urdu.

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