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Friday, July 27, 2012

Indian DX Report Issuing QSLs

Don't forget to listen to the 4th edition of Indian DX Report on AWR Wavescan on SUNDAY, 29th July.
We'll be issuing QSLs for correct reception report sent for this edition of IDXR. We have three designs of QSLs designed by our good friend Partha Sarathi Goswami of Siliguri India based on the photographs of Assam state of India captured by Prithwiraj Purkayastha.
And here is our QSL policy for your kind information:
For sending a printed paper QSL by post we request our listeners in India to send 1 IRC or Mint Indian stamps worth Rs. 25/- (for each QSL) as return postage and all listeners in abroad are requested to send return postage in any form like 2 IRCs or Mint Indian Stamps of the same value along with the reception report for a paper QSL by post. Reception reports without IRCs or Mint Stamps sent via postal mail or email will be awarded eQSLs. 

Send your comments, suggestions & reception reports to: 

THE "INDIAN DX REPORT"
C/o. Prithwiraj Purkayastha
PUB BONGALPUKHURI
JORHAT 785001
ASSAM, INDIA.

Or email your reports to <indiandxreport@gmail.com>

5 comments:

Jyoti Chakravartty VU3BGI said...
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Caio Henrique said...

very good!!!

Jyoti P. Chakravartty said...

For sending a printed paper QSL
Prithi, my concern is why are you asking Rs.25 from Indian Listeners for a qsl card. I request you that to re think and if possible revise the rate per qsl card. I hope you don't mind.

by post we request our listeners
in India to send 1 IRC or Mint Indian stamps worth Rs. 25/- (for each QSL) as return postage and all listeners in abroad are requested to send return postage in any form like 2 IRCs or Mint Indian Stamps of the same value along with the reception report for a paper QSL by post. Reception reports without IRCs or Mint Stamps sent via postal mail or email will be awarded eQSLs.

Prithwiraj Purkayastha said...

Dear Jyoti P. Chakravartty,

Greetings,

Thank you very much for your comment. The cost mentioned goes to
printing, handling and posting the QSL cards. That is kept as per the
cost at non profit basis. If one cant send we always happy to provide e-QSLs. As we support the "Go Green" moto, we always encourage e-QSLs. Every e-QSL is customized with properly filled data and marked with serial numbers. Even they are optimized for card printing, you can
simply print them if you want, so it becomes affordable. Additionally
e-QSL has an advantage that no risk to get lost in the post, fast,
easy & secure.

73 & Good DX.