Here's your chance to impress your partner, immortalise your love story AND win GIFTS WORTH Rs 5,000!
And since we're all online, we're making it a little difficult.
All you have to do is tell us your love story in not more than 140 CHARACTERS (not 140 words). Put on your thinking caps, be a little imaginative and tell us about that one fleeting moment when you felt your heart race and cellos play!
For instance: 'Saw you, felt bliss.'
If cheese isn't your cup of tea, tickle your funny bone and tell us about your love with your tongue firmly in cheek.
For instance: 'Went looking for love. Found my wife.'
We're dying to hear from you and waiting to give away goodies to three really smart responses that'll make us smile.
Up for grabs are a mobile phone, a pair of diamond earrings and a stylish messenger bag!
So what are you waiting for? Hurry and send us your love story in not more than 140 characters (spaces included). Feel free to use SMS lingo as long as it is meaningful to a wide cross section of audience.
Simply write to email@example.com (subject line: 'Love story in 140 characters'). We'll publish the best ones on rediff.com and select the three cutest, funniest entries for the big prizes.
The contest closes on the midnight of Monday, February 14, 2011 and the winners will be announced on Friday, February 18, 2011!
Terms & conditions apply
- By participating, all entrants agree to be bound by the decisions of rediff.com.
- 3 winners will be selected by a draw among all eligible entries received by rediff.com by the notified last date.
- The winner will receive a mobile phone, while those in second and third place will receive a pair of diamond earrings and a stylish messenger bag.
- No cash substitution of prizes will be allowed.
- In the event a winner chooses not to accept the prize, he or she forfeits all claim to that prize.
- Any prize returned to rediff.com as non-deliverable will be awarded to an alternative winner.
- The contest is only open to residents of India [ Images ].
- Employees of rediff.com or their immediate families are not eligible to enter the contest.
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