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SPAN is a bimonthly general interest ezine on India and the United States published in English, Hindi, and Urdu by the Embassy of the United States in New Delhi since November 1960. In March 2003, SPAN began publishing in Hindi and Urdu to reach a wider audience.
Indian and American writers are commissioned to write articles in the fields of education, travel, technology, public policy, environment, media, lifestyle, and culture. SPAN also reprints articles from American sources.
SPAN's audience includes Indian citizens, institutions and organizations. SPAN is available in print in limited quantity. Current print circulation is over 55,000 in all three languages with an estimated readership of 500,000.
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