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dna launches ‘dna Republic’ initiative on Republic Day

25-January-2016
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dna launches ‘dna Republic’ initiative on Republic Day

English Daily, dna has come out with the initiative – ‘dna Republic’ wherein it is asking people to tweet to @dna with the #dnaOfARepublic, addressing the changes they would like to see for an Incredible India.

Bollywood actor, Arjun Kapoor, who has shot the video for the campaign, tweeted, “Be the change you want to see.” 

The most retweeted and original tweets will get a chance to be published on www.dnaindia.com and if there is enough traction, even be made into a coffee table book that will be presented before the Government of India.

 You can watch the video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91eZZmiaj2U

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