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69% Indians feel SMS is an easier way to express than in person: Ipsos Study

MUMBAI: Seven in ten (69 per cent) Indians admit they say things in that they would not say voice-to-voice or person-to-person; compared to 43 per cent globally, finds a new poll conducted by Ipsos OTX - the global innovation center for Ipsos.

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Majority of Urban Indians are open to trying out food from different regions or cultures: Ipsos Study

MUMBAI - Global tastes are diverse and nowhere are that more prevalent than in the kitchens and dining rooms of urban Indian families.

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