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Bengaluru: Karnataka Rakshana Vedike workers detained for violent protests and vandalisation demanding ‘60% Kannada’ on all signboards

The public awareness protest was held under the leadership of Karnataka Rakshana Vedike State President T A Narayan Gowda.

Tamil actor Suriya, who opposed Hindi and NEP, shifts to Mumbai for children’s education, netizens call out hypocrisy

In September 2020, Suriya Sivakumar compared the NEET to ‘Manu Dharma' tests.’ and mobilised the public against the pan-India exam.

‘What’s the harm in learning Hindi as the third language?’ Madras High Court asks Tamil Nadu Government

The Madras HC noted that people from Tamil Nadu will be at a disadvantage if they travel outside the state without understanding Hindi

Fact-check: Does the Railways send SMS updates about ticket status only in Hindi as claimed by Tamil Nadu politicians?

The Railways conveyed that the option to choose the preferred language completely lies with the passengers trying to book e-tickets.

Justice Kirubakaran cautions against linguistic chauvinism, warns against ‘fringe elements’ wearing the mask of NGOs and human rights organisations

Justice Kirubakaran expressed concern over media reports showing links of educated and respected people of the country with the Naxal movement.

Protests break out in Inner Mongolia after China replaces ethnic Mongolian language with Mandarin in the academic curriculum

Chinese govt announces that medium of instruction in schools in Inner Mongolia will be Mandarin, Mongolian students reject it

Language war: Kamal Haasan insults Hindi, compares it to a ‘little child in a diaper’

In September, Home Minister Amit Shah had slammed opposition parties for indulging in language politics.

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