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Govt in compliance report says it plans to bring rules to moderate use of vulgar language on social media, OTT: Delhi High Court

GoI will soon bring rules to make social media a safer place by moderating vulgar language

Constable recruitment exams for CAPFs will be held in 13 Indian languages apart from Hindi and English, announces MHA

CAPF constable exam will be held in English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Odia, Urdu, Punjabi, Manipuri and Konkani.

If you are politically wrong, you are actually right

Political correctness is used to describe language, policies, statements, or measures that are intended to avoid offense or disadvantage to members of particular groups in society.

Rishi Rajpopat, an Indian PhD scholar at Cambridge University solves a 2500-year-old Sanskrit grammar conundrum

Speaking about wisdom propagated by ancient Indian scholars, Rishi Rajpopat says, “We’ve been made to believe that we are not important. I hope this discovery will infuse confidence, a sense of pride, and hope among Indian students that they too can achieve great things.”

‘Legal content to be translated into regional languages in searchable format’: Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju

Kiren Rijiju said a committee has been formed to translate legal content in regional languages and searchable format.

Mumbai: BMC floats tender for 12.8 crores Urdu Centre at Mazgaon ahead of elections, ignores Marathi medium teachers protesting for 4 months over jobs

Urdu Centre is the brainchild of the Shivsena party who announced its construction last year and had made a monetary provision of Rs 1.5 crore in the budget.

Sanskrit added to Google translate, Assamese, Maithili, Konkani, Mizo, Dogri, Meiteilon, and Bhojpuri among other Indian languages in the new list

Along with Sanskrit, the newly added 24 languages include other Indian languages such as Assamese, Maithili, Konkani, Mizo, Dogri, Meiteilon which is Manipuri, and Bhojpuri.

Mahua Moitra makes false claims in Parliament, says Govt ‘replaced’ Urdu with Hindi as official language of Jammu and Kashmir

Mahua Moitra was seen spreading lies and making false claims in the parliament.

Ladakh: Revenue Dept scraps Urdu as mandatory language for govt jobs after BJP MP wrote to Amit Shah

Ladakh administration replaces graduation with Urdu knowledge as qualification for several govt jobs with just graduation

Varanasi: Home Minister Amit Shah highlights importance of ‘Swabhasha’, asks guardians to speak to children in native tongue

Home Minister Amit Shah in Varanasi has highlighted the focus of the government on 'Swabhasha'.

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