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Company Info

Founded in September 2007, IndianTerminal is the leader in online community, and the premier destination to watch and share original high quality movies, music and videos worldwide through an interactive web experience. IndianTerminal allows users to easily share anything and everything to users from all around the globe.

IndianTerminal is also a rapidly updated platform for news and entertainment. The wide variety of sections makes us standout from any other online community. The growth of the community with above 60,000 members proves why users choose IndianTerminal as their final destination for pure entertainment. Keepin' it real to our motto - "We deliver the best @ first. We are"


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Website Credits

Webpage Credits

Website Design CoordinatorCharles
Graphics EditorJay Sean
Graphics CoordinatorRojan M.
JavaScript ManagementJose A.
Research and EditorialDenny E.
Graphics DirectionDerick J.
Online EditorJose A.

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