Romi Konkani: The story of a Goan script, born out of Portuguese influence, which faces possible decline
Romi Konkani's roots in Goa are deeper than one may expect. Even though it is a widely used, standardised Latin-based writing system, used by tens of thousands of Goans, it is not recognised by the law or the Sahitya Academi. This has resulted in the exclusion of those Goans who write using the Romi script
ICANN to enable website name booking in Indian scripts starting with Devanagari, Gurmukhi and Gujarati
At present website name with extension .bharat can be booked only in Devanagari script which has limited letters that are identified by internet servers.