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Hindi Diwas being observed today

Hindi Diwas is being observed all over the country on Saturday as President Pranab Mukherjee gave away Official Language Awards for outstanding contributions made towards promotion of Hindi language.Hindi was adopted as a language for official transaction by the constituent assembly on 14th September 1949.Since then the nation celebrates Hindi Diwas on the 14th of September every year to underline...
Source : DDINews |
Category : National

Call to protect regional languages

JHANSI: In an era when everyone is running after the King's language, the 41st conference on Hindi language, organized by the 'Bhartiya Hindi Parishad', came as a boost to Hindi lovers. The conference, held at the Gandhi auditorium of theon Tuesday and Wednesday, was attended by a galaxy of intellectuals from Hindi literary world and that of regional languages.The Parishad was launched in 1942 in ...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Jhansi

Hindi Diwas celebrated in Ludhiana colleges

collaboration with Punjab Hindi Parishad and Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women,'India is the land of different languages and though Hindi is our national language, it is losing its sheen in rage of westernization,' said Yashpal Bangia, a member of the Punjab Hindi Parishad.To remove the misunderstanding that people living in different states should speak local languages and not Hindi, a play was...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Pune

Promote Hindi but give importance to other languages also: Patil

Punjab Governor Shivraj Patil today said if we want to promote Hindi Language we have to give due respect and status to other languages also. Speaking in a Joint Official Language Conference for Northern Region organised by Department of Official Languages, Ministry of Home, here, he said in order to promote hindi language in offices take all necessary steps, but he said it was all the more ...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Scholars bemoan declining interest for Hindi

scholars lament the declining interest for Hindi among the youth in the country."Celebrating Hindi Day is not sufficient to promote the language. One should respect and treat it like mother tongue," saidby using techniques or methods. Hindi cannot die because it exists in the heart and soul of Indians. "Anti-Hindi people have tried their best to make it just a link-language in India, but they would...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Rajkot

Hindi a binding force of India: President Pranab Mukherjee

as the binding force of the country and advocated more steps for the growth of Hindi and other regional languages.Addressing a function organised on the occasion of Hindi Diwas, Mukherjee expressed the hope that the Rajbhasha Awards would provide the necessary encouragement to use Hindi to the maximum possible extent."Hindi, as a language of the common man is a binding force for the nation," he said,...
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Hindi a binding force of India: President Pranab Mukherjee

Saturday described Hindi as the binding force of the country and advocated more steps for the growth of Hindi and other regional languages. Addressing a function organized on the occasion of, Mukherjee expressed the hope that the Rajbhasha Awards would provide the necessary encouragement to use Hindi to the maximum possible extent."Hindi, as a language of the common man is a binding force for the nation,"...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

Give importance to languages: Rosaiah

Chennai, Dec 7 : Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah today said priority and importance should be given to languages. Addressing the Hindi Day celebrations of Satyasheelta Gyanalaya here, Dr Rosaiah said learning to speak more languages would enable to converse with the people of those region and know their culture. Hindi Language is known for its richness. A language is said to be a best one if its reach...
Source : Chennaionline |
Category : Headlines | City : Chennai

Hindi optional brings Goa on par with national education boards

Goa will now be in sync with the system followed by national education boards where Hindi is offered as an optional subject along with other languages and English (in case of English medium schools) as the first language in Classes IX and X.Hindi will now be offered as an optional language along with Sanskrit, Portuguese, French, etc in Classes IX and X. Konkani/Marathi will be the compulsory language...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Panaji

Rajshri Entertainment launches web channel

Digital entertainment studio Rajshri Entertainment has unveiled Telly Masala - a Hindi language entertainment news channel on web and mobile platforms....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Entertainment