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brought out an Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger, which highlights the central place of language in the world’s heritage . UNESCO has launched a linguistic diversity network and supported research . restricted to the “mother tongue” category — in effect bringing down the figure substantiall . use of English is not seen through the perspective of a second language . “Hindi”, there are nearly 50 other languages . labels” . The 1,369 have been grouped further under a total of 121 “group labels”, which have been presented as “Languages . processing of language data is far more time consuming than handling economic or scientific dat . seven years later . language deserving respectability should not have less than 10,000 speakers . Using ill-founded logic, this figure was pegged at only 109, in the 1971 Census . 1,652 mother tongues were being spoken . 1961 census that languages in the country were enumerated in full . composition of caste and community . 1931 Censu . social decision-making ability by encouraging them to participate in a series of actions to promote cultural diversity, endangered language protection, and the protection of intangible cultural heritage. . helps reduce the gender and social inequality . protection and promotion of linguistic diversity help to improve social inclusion and partnerships. . UNESCO at Changsha . Yuelu Proclamation . enhance the social inclusion level and social decision-making ability by encouraging them to participate in a series of actions to promote cultural diversity, endangered language protection, and the protection of intangible cultural heritage . reduce the gender and social inequality between different native speakers. . e protection and promotion of linguistic diversity help to improve social inclusion and partnerships . by UNESCO at Changsha, . Yuelu Proclamatio . all-India competitive examinatio . MP’s and MLA’s could speak in Tulu in the Parliament and Assemblies. . book in Tulu would get translated . recognition from Sahitya Academ . 29 provides every citizens of India with a distinct culture, language, and script, the right to conserve the same. . 122 languages that are spoken by at least 10,000 . 2001 Census, India has 30 languages that are spoken by more than a million people each.

Official Language of the Union & the issues around – Civilsdaily

Hindi as Official Language of UN - GKToday

A large number of construction workers, employed in Tamil Nadu, are from Hindi-speaking States and as a seasoned administrator puts it, the knowledge of Hindi helps employers to extract the best from workers. . t 60% of its candidates are from Tamil Nadu. . The growing number of Hindi learners for courses of the Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, a 99-year-old institution headquartered in Chennai, is a strong indication . the issue is being seen as the "hegemony" of the North; the "tussle between Aryans and Dravidians" and the "introduction of mono culture" . in January 1968, adopted a resolution, repealing the three-language formula of the Central government and adopting the policy of teaching Tamil and English in schools. To this day, the two-language formula has been the policy of the State government, rega . DMK, then an emerging party, used the crisis in a deft way and the 1965 agitation was one of the important factors that helped the party capture power two years later. . in 1965 . British government, in February 1940, made Hindi optional. . was Premier of Madras Presidency. . Rajaji . Periyar, to the decision of the C Rajagopalachari Cabinet in August 1937 to make Hindi compulsory in secondary schools . The acceptance of recommendations such as making Hindi compulsory in all CBSE and Kendriya Vidyalaya schools, requesting dignitaries who know Hindi to give their speech or statement in Hindi and arrangements for dubbing or sub-titling in Hindi regional fi

Why is Tamil Nadu opposed to ‘imposition’ of Hindi? - The Hindu

India’s obsession with English is depriving many children of a real education — Quartz India

500 million speakers across the glob . It started to emerge as Apabhramsha of Shaurshini in the 7th century and by the 10 century became stable. Standard Hindi is based on the Khariboli dialect of the Delhi region

Hindi as a National Language & Recent controversies | Neelkanth

Zhongjing Liu | 劉仲敬 (@LiuZhongjing) | Twitter

A person who does not speak Hindi is no less a nationalist than any other citizen who comes from a Hindi speaking State. That Hindi may be encouraged so that it becomes a standardised link language is another aspect. But, such an effort should not be . Justice Dhavan in Jayakant Mishra's case had very aptly addressed . A step towards it has been taken by the Supreme Court recently, where it made its judgments available not only in Hindi but also in other regional languages. . the Constitution is silent on a national language . Official Languages Act, 1963 . a compromise called the 'Munshi-Ayyangar' formula was evolved and accepted. It stated that for a period of 15 years, English would continue to be used for all official purposes and the parliament could substitute it later with Hindi. . with the partition of India the cause of Hindustani was lost, . Mahatma Gandhi during the freedom struggle had described Hindi as the national language and called for its adoption. He understood Hindi as Hindustani i.e. a blend of both Sanskritised Hindi and Persianised Urdu, written either in Devanagari or the Per . A 'national language' is representative of the country, its cultural heritage and history. It gives the impression that citizens of the country know and speak that language. An 'official language' on the contrary is used for the official purposes of

Hindi As National Language Of India : Decoding The Myth

He believes the focus should not be on establishing one national language, but should be shifted to strengthening the official languages whose importance cannot be disregarded. . V K R V Rao pleads for a patient and national approach to the problem of language . Sanskrit, Hindi, scheduled, and the non-scheduled languages occupying various rungs of the ladder. . Language hegemony works at two tiers in India—at the state and the centre. . Indian language policy is informed by a pull towards unilingual identity, inspired by the European model of nation state that is predicated on the homogeneity of its people . He says unilingual policies of governments led to the creation of a "chaturvarna system" of languages that has wrongly divided languages into a hierarchical system. . Hany Babul MT . Papia Sengupta . will adversely affect the Indian political system, which is based on pluralism and accommodation . states' fear of the central government's ideology . making Bengali compulsory in school of West Bengal and a pitch of . both by the central and state governments that have been termed as forms of linguistic chauvinism. . Various policies . They want to learn the standard language to deal with government officials, otherwise they will not be considered literate and their voice will not be heard. But never do they believe that a standard language will replace their spoken language. The distin . (ES) takes no cognisance of various languages. Empowering a few has impoverished and marginalised others by exclusion. . Sadhana Saexna explains  . rd minorities that the rights of linguistic minorities were compromised . The focus was so much on containing the existing political safeguards available to the religious and backw . Rama Kant Agnihotri believe that the assembly debates were dominated by a group of elites therefore marginalising the aspirations of the minorities.
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