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No win for India in Design Lions

25-June-2015
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No win for India in Design Lions

No Indian entries were shortlisted for Cyber Lions this year and no Indian entry featured amongst the 179 shortlisted entries for Radio Lions this year. The Product Design Lions category was launched by Cannes Lions Festival last year. However, none of the 23 shortlisted this year was from India. Last year, too, saw no shortlist from India.

McCann’s entry for Dabur Gastrina (French Horn) was shortlisted in the Poster sub-category in Design Lions but did not win a Lion.

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