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WorldSpace Launches in Indian Capital

WorldSpace Launches in Indian Capital
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WorldSpace Satellite Radio said it has launched services in the capital of India.
Managing Director of WorldSpace India Deepak Varma made the announcement in a statement on marketing site AgencyFAQs.
WorldSpace receivers are being sold by retailers in that city; the satellite broadcaster also plans to open its own branded store there.
India has the second largest population in the world and is the only country other than China with more than 1 billion people. The population of the Delhi urban area is about 13.9 million, according to NationMaster.com.

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