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MSN India partners with BBC Hindi

26-May-2007
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MSN India partners with BBC Hindi

BBC World Service and MSN India have teamed up to make the news content of the BBC Hindi website, bbchindi.com, available to the users of MSN India’s Hindi portal, MSN Hindi (http://in.msn.com/Hindi).

Vineeta Dwivedi, India Business Development Manager, BBC World Service, said, “This is a really exciting development. Thanks to our partnership with MSN India, more Hindi-speakers around the world will have the opportunity to enjoy top-quality news and information from bbchindi.com.”

Krishna Prasad, Executive Producer, MSN India, added, “BBC is known worldwide for quality and objectivity in its reporting. We are extremely proud to be associated with an organisation as reputed as the BBC to provide our users with the latest and quality news in Hindi. With an extremely large number of Hindi readers in India and around the world, it is imperative that we provide users the best content in Hindi.”

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