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Youth Incorporated wins Bronze at fifth edition of International Creative Media Awards

09-February-2015
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Youth Incorporated wins Bronze at fifth edition of International Creative Media Awards

Youth Incorporated magazine has been awarded Bronze award by ICMA for exemplary design and concept for its cover and cover story. The cover story was about Lok Sabha Elections, titled ‘Young India Votes – The Politics of Choosing a Leader’.

364  publications participated in the fifth ICMA (International Creative Media Awards). The competition has been founded in 2010 and is organized by the International Editorial - Design and Research Forum, Germany. The competition aims to support the exchange of creative ideas at the international forum.

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