Special Emoji Release from Twitter for Republic Day



NEW DELHI: The country is all set to celebrate the 71st Republic Day this Sunday. Against this backdrop, social media giant Twitter has released a special emoji. This is a special emoji with a picture of India Gate shining in tricolor colors.

President Ramanath Kovind will be using this emoji at the time of his nationwide speech on January 25th. The answer is that millions of citizens across the country will participate in this speech via Twitter.

"The 2020 Republican Emoji will give them another reason to celebrate the unity of Indians with language, culture and timelessness, as well as give way to participating in the President's speech," Mahima Kaul, Director of Public Policy, India and South Asia said in a statement.

The emoji will go live until January 30 and will be available in ten Indian languages ​​including English and Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Urdu and Gurmukhi. This is the fifth year that Twitter has been supporting the Republic of India in India with Custom Emoji.

The social platform supports Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti and other major events and events.

NEW DELHI: The country is all set to celebrate the 71st Republic Day this Sunday. Against this backdrop, social media giant Twitter has released a special emoji. This is a special emoji with a picture of India Gate shining in tricolor colors.

President Ramanath Kovind will be using this emoji at the time of his nationwide speech on January 25th. The answer is that millions of citizens across the country will participate in this speech via Twitter.

"The 2020 Republican Emoji will give them another reason to celebrate the unity of Indians with language, culture and timelessness, as well as give way to participating in the President's speech," Mahima Kaul, Director of Public Policy, India and South Asia said in a statement.

The emoji will go live until January 30 and will be available in ten Indian languages ​​including English and Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Urdu and Gurmukhi. This is the fifth year that Twitter has been supporting the Republic of India in India with Custom Emoji.

The social platform supports Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti and other major events and events.
NEW DELHI: The country is all set to celebrate the 71st Republic Day this Sunday. Against this backdrop, social media giant Twitter has released a special emoji. This is a special emoji with a picture of India Gate shining in tricolor colors.

President Ramanath Kovind will be using this emoji at the time of his nationwide speech on January 25th. The answer is that millions of citizens across the country will participate in this speech via Twitter.

"The 2020 Republican Emoji will give them another reason to celebrate the unity of Indians with language, culture and timelessness, as well as give way to participating in the President's speech," Mahima Kaul, Director of Public Policy, India and South Asia said in a statement.

The emoji will go live until January 30 and will be available in ten Indian languages ​​including English and Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Urdu and Gurmukhi. This is the fifth year that Twitter has been supporting the Republic of India in India with Custom Emoji.

The social platform supports Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti and other major events and events.
NEW DELHI: The country is all set to celebrate the 71st Republic Day this Sunday. Against this backdrop, social media giant Twitter has released a special emoji. This is a special emoji with a picture of India Gate shining in tricolor colors.

President Ramanath Kovind will be using this emoji at the time of his nationwide speech on January 25th. The answer is that millions of citizens across the country will participate in this speech via Twitter.

"The 2020 Republican Emoji will give them another reason to celebrate the unity of Indians with language, culture and timelessness, as well as give way to participating in the President's speech," Mahima Kaul, Director of Public Policy, India and South Asia said in a statement.

The emoji will go live until January 30 and will be available in ten Indian languages ​​including English and Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Urdu and Gurmukhi. This is the fifth year that Twitter has been supporting the Republic of India in India with Custom Emoji.

The social platform supports Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti and other major events and events.

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