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Celebrate India’s 70th Independence Day on Twitter with special I-Day emoji

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As India enters its 70th year of Independence, Twitter India adds on to the celebrations with the launch of a new tri-colour emoji featuring the map of India. The emoji would go live on a day prior to the Independence Day, i.e. 14th August 2016 at 6:30 PM IST till 6:30 AM, 17th August 2016.

Indians across the world can be a part of the Independence Day conversations by using the hashtags #India #इंडिया #IndiaAt69 #भारत #IndiaIndependenceDay when composing a Tweet. Twitter continues to celebrate Indian culture with special Twitter emojis for Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, among other key milestones and events for Indians across the world. Twitter emojis are a delightful way to bring together people to celebrate cultural moments. The emoji will give users a fun way to Tweet, share and celebrate the historic day and express love for their country with live conversations.

Use the hashtags #India #इंडिया #IndiaAt69 #भारत #IndiaIndependenceDay
Use the hashtags #India #इंडिया #IndiaAt69 #भारत #IndiaIndependenceDay

Raheel Khursheed (@raheelk), Head of News, Politics and Government Partnerships, Twitter India said, “As we celebrate seven decades of free India today, Twitter is delighted to join the celebrations with a customised emoji. The Twitter emojis continue to contribute towards more expressive and increasingly resonating content. It’s a matter of pride to notice that Twitter is gradually becoming an effective channel to add value to our user’s expressions enabling them to share their stories in a more meaningful manner.”

This is the second Independence Day emoji launched by Twitter, previously Twitter launched the first Indian flag emoji to mark the country’s 69th Independence Day.

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