Campaign India Team
May 17, 2014

Campaign India IQ: Was Indian media neutral in its coverage of elections 2014?

Answer and win a digital camera

Campaign India IQ: Was Indian media neutral in its coverage of elections 2014?

Campaign India is giving reader(s) a chance to win a digital camera worth over Rs 5,000.

To win the camera, answer the question below:

'Was Indian media neutral in its coverage of elections 2014?'

E-mail your responses in 100 words or less to raahil@haymarket.co.in with full name and mobile number, before 6 pm, on Monday, 26 May 2014.

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*Terms and Conditions: Choice of winner(s) will be decided solely by Campaign India. No queries in this regard will be entertained. Gift of an equal or higher value may be provided if the need arises, at the discretion of Campaign India.

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