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Best selfie of the year comp

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2013’s year of the year: selfie, coined by a somewhat tipsy Australian has inspired our latest competition.

Indian Link is on the lookout for the best selfie of the year. The only rule – it was taken in 2013, features yourself (and isn’t too rude).
Enter your photos to win@indianlink.com.au and post it on Facebook or Twitter with the #IndianLinkselfie2013
Winner to be announced and printed in Indian Link’s January (1) 2014 newspaper, online and on air!
Kevin Rudd was infamous for his numerous selfies, then there’s the inappropriate Obama one at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial Service, and the Beyonce concert one in a fan’s photo, and now there will be your one!
The prize: As well as having your photo in print and online – you’ll also win a double pass to Sydney Festival’s Band of Magicians (7.30pm Thursday 16th  January, 2014)
Entries close: 8pm January 4, 2014

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