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Introducing discussion forums for OpIndia.com readers

It’s been less than a year since OpIndia.com launched but we have been able to make a mark among the digital publications in India. Even though the resources at our disposal were very limited and our team is the smallest among all the players, we attracted huge attention and support from our readers.

Many of our posts went viral and almost all of them saw interesting discussions around them in the comments section. We realized the potential to have discussions on OpIndia.com but they were limited by the number and kind of articles we were publishing.

Hence we are announcing open discussion forum at OpIndia.com – please visit forums.opindia.com and start the debate!

You will need to create an account with a valid email ID and choose a password. You can also login through your Facebook or Twitter accounts, but will need to provide the email (not necessarily the one linked with your social media profile) for the first time.

The email requirement is to make you a member of the OpIndia.com community, and enable you to publish posts on OpIndia.com community in future.

So go on, register on Forums of OpIndia.com and get your friends along too. You can start posting and discussing as soon as you register.

Let’s have a healthy debate.

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