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India Marks End of Era With Last Telegrami
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July 15, 2013 11:09 AM
Thousands of people crowded telegraph offices around India to send the country's last telegrams, as the government shut down the 163-year old service on Sunday. VOA Correspondent Aru Pande talked to those who lined up in New Delhi to send one final message.

India Marks End of Era With Last Telegram

Published July 15, 2013

Thousands of people crowded telegraph offices around India to send the country's last telegrams, as the government shut down the 163-year old service on Sunday. VOA Correspondent Aru Pande talked to those who lined up in New Delhi to send one final message.


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