Tripura CM Biplab Kumar Deb claims those who oppose Hindi do not love India, adds that he is not anti-English
Tripura chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Monday claimed that those who are opposing Hindi as the 'rashtra bhasha' (national language) do not love the country
‘Respect all languages, cultures equally’: Mamata Banerjee responds to Amit Shah's appeal for Hindi as national language
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said people should respect all languages and cultures equally but not at the cost of their mother tongues
Bharatendu Harishchandra, born in 1850, is known as the 'Father of modern day Hindi literature'. And it was in establishing this language that his biggest contribution lay. Much of the prose that Harishchandra wrote to establish the Hindi we know today was done in the Kavivachansudha and Harishchandra Magazine, which he founded in 1873.
BJP clueless about South; Tamil Nadu doesn't see value in being compelled to learn Hindi, writes DMK's Manuraj S
Let it be said once again, for we live in the times of fake news and clichéd thinking, that Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) does not oppose Hindi. Nor does it oppose Bengali, Urdu, Marathi, Malayalam or Sindhi. However, the imposition of any one language, through school education policy or otherwise, is not acceptable to the DMK. In other words, any such move to insidiously bring Hindi in through the backdoor will be thwarted.
Hindi is symbol of socio-political and linguistic unity in India, says Venkaiah Naidu; suggests translation of regional language literature
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday termed Hindi as the symbol of socio-political and linguistic unity of the country and pitched for the translation of literature of regional languages into it.
The Duolingo course focusses more on conversational Hindi than the Sanskritised register of Hindi.
Regularly used Hindi words like gulab jamun, keema, funda, chamcha, natak and chup have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
Quiet and understated, Premchand's language shakes you out of complacency just when you start getting comfortable
President Pranab Mukherjee today awarded 28 persons, including three journalists and an ISRO scientist, for their outstanding contribution towards the development and spread of Hindi language.