Why Tamil Nadu govt does not want to see the growth of Navodaya Vidyalayas: Some truths about DMK and anti-Hindi agitations
Elements in Tamil movie industry started a campaign of circulating their pictures on social media with the caption ‘I am a Tamil Speaking Indian’ or ‘Hindi Theiyadhu Poda’ – ‘I don’t know Hindi, man!’.
How Dravidian ideologues used ‘opposition to Hindi’ to build their ‘protector of Tamil culture’ image and retain power
We will now look at how they used the plank of opposition to Hindi as a means of building their image as protectors of Tamil culture and native rights and to bring them to power.
The curious case of a ‘Hindi Supremacist’ Twitter account, its Islamist origins and links to widely followed Islamist accounts on the platform
Twitter user Shubham Tripathi which has been trying to fan communal tensions by making regionalist comments is probably run by an Islamist.
Ruling BJD launches protests after AIIMS Bhubaneswar issues notification asking employees to use Hindi language
AIIMS Bhubaneswar issues notification asking employees to use Hindi language, BJD protests alleging Hindi imposition
Associate Editor of The Hindu gets schooled after he cries ‘Hindi imposition’ over ISRO mission names, Gaganyaan and Chandrayaan
People were also surprised at The Hindu Associate Editor's attempt to divide Indians by forcefully trying to fit the 'Hindi imposition' narrative.
Garga Chatterjee, a self-proclaimed 'Bengali Nationalist' and allegedly a Brain Scientist, is a peddler of the 'Gutkha Pill'.
In September, Home Minister Amit Shah had slammed opposition parties for indulging in language politics.
DMK accuses Centre of ‘Sanskrit imposition’ after Anna University introduces Hindu scriptures in course, Left deems it ‘unacceptable’
The Vice-Chancellor of Anna University said that they were not even teaching Sanskrit.
Home Minister Amit Shah slams those indulging in language politics, says ‘never asked for imposing Hindi over other regional languages’
Amit Shah' statement was, however, distorted and used to stir controversy
JNUSU alleges 'Hindi imposition' in BA and BTech courses
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Election Commission announces three-phase Bihar assembly election, counting to take place on 10th November
The voting for Bihar election assembly will take place on 28 October, 3 November and 7 November
NIA arrests Sayed Saddiq Ali, key conspirator in Bengaluru violence, recover sharp weapons, rods etc during raids: Report
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has taken over the investigation into the Bengaluru violence on September 24
NCB raids Karan Johar close aide and Dharma Production Executive Kshitij Ravi Prakash’s house, seizes drugs
The latest name to join the NCB's list is Kshitij Ravi Prakash, who is said to be a close aide of filmmaker Karan Johar.
South Korea had earlier alleged North Korea of killed its official and set his body on fire while he was trying to allegedly defect to the North Korea.
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, admitted in LNJP for Coronavirus, shifted to private hospital Max Saket after getting dengue
Deputy CM of Delhi, Manish Sisodia has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of private hospital Max Saket after he tested positive for Dengue.
KWAN representative told me that I need to attend Karan Johar Parties to make a comeback to movies: Suchitra Krishnamoorthi
One of the main things is that you need to be seen at Karan Johar's parties, KWAN representative had told Suchitra Krishnamoorthi
Chief of Chief Minister’s Medical Assistance Cell in Maharashtra breaks down while describing the coronavirus situation in the state
In the video, the chief of medical assistant cell in Maharashtra says that he has lost all hopes and that court is the only ray of hope now
Parliament sees its most productive session: Here is a summary of all the 25 Bills passed by the Modi government in Lok Sabha
A total of 25 bills were passed during the just concluded monsoon session of the parliament some of which are very significant bills
Pradeep Bhandari was in Mumbai near the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) covering the bollywood drug abuse scandal.
India Today journalists whine about media coverage on Deepika summons by NCB only to tail her car giving live updates from Goa
The leftists claimed that the summon sent to Deepika Padukone was timed to distract the nation from the farmers protest