Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Hindi

Hindi, friend of all regional languages, says Amit Shah

Hindi language is not a competitor but a “friend” of all the other regional languages in the country and they are mutually dependent on each other for their growth, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said here on Wednesday. He...

Manipur students protest against imposition of Hindi in NE region

A large number of students on Friday formed a human chain on the street in Imphal to protest against the Centre’s move to impose Hindi in Manipur and other northeast states.Leaders taking part in the protest demanded the state...

Imposition of Hindi will divide us: NLSF

Reacting to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s recent statement that eight North East states have agreed to make Hindi compulsory in schools up to Class X, Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) said that imposition of Hindi language on...

Asam Sahitya Sabha, AASU against Hindi as compulsory subject

The Asam Sahitya Sabha, a century-old literary-cultural organisation of Assam, has criticised the central government’s move to make Hindi a compulsory subject till class 10 in North-Eastern states.The All Assam Students’ Union (AASU), which also holds significant clout in...

Hindi as compulsory subject : DoSE clarifies; NPF, NPCC, NIPF, NSUI oppose

Department of School Education(DoSE) has issued a clarification to statements where the state has been accused of acquiescing to allow Hindi to be compulsory till class X.DoSE in a clarification issued by Principal Director Shahnavas C. explained that the...

South leaders oppose Amit Shah’s ‘Hindi as alternative to English’ remark

Opposing voices from prominent southern political parties, including BJP ally AIADMK, continued on Saturday against Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement on Hindi, with former Tamil Nadu chief minister O Panneerselvam insisting the language cannot be foisted.Kerala Chief Minister...

Northeast States agree to make Hindi compulsory: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said that all the eight states of the North East have agreed to make Hindi compulsory in schools up to Class X, a statement issued by the Home ministry stated.Presiding over the...