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First, you don't have to go through the trouble of removing the old URLs with the hash. If your content is getting crawled and indexed appropriately under the new hash-bang URL, it'll soon get replaced. It's not entirely clear what the problem is without troubleshooting against the live site, but hopefully these steps will help you discover a solution. ...
If you have changed your URLs you need to 301 redirect OLD urls to new one, Once you do this Google will automatically update its indexing status within a month or so depending on the crawling rate of your website. Here is a complete guide to 301 redirection http://moz.com/learn/seo/redirection
It's been a while since i have been in google webmaster's tools but I do remember that in there is a tool for removing indexed pages for any website.. **You will need to link the website with the particular webmaster's tool account to do so... https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/dashboard login or create new account (link the website as mentioned ...
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