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Over 9,000 judgments translated to regional languages: CJI DY Chandrachud informs after PM Modi praises SC’s efforts in his I-Day address

CJI emphasised that they would make all possible efforts so that all the 35,000 judgements which have been passed by the apex court since its birth are made available to Indians in every language. He stressed that without this the efforts to allow arguments in regional languages will become futile.

Not possible to conduct Common Law Admission Test in Indian languages, Consortium of National Law Universities tells Delhi High Court

The Consortium of NLUs has said that it is impossible to hold law admission test in Hindi and other regional languages.

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.

‘Urdu was imposed upon us with the creation of Pakistan, the movement for Bangla language gave us independence’: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina

PM Sheikh Hasina also spoke about the Language movement of 1952 that culminated into the creation of Bangladesh in 1971.

All India Women’s Conference says Nepali is not an Indian language, furious Gorkhas demand apology and removal of ‘racist’ individuals

BJP MP Raju Bista wrote to All India Women’s Conference demanding apology after the NGO said that Nepali is not Indian language

Watch: French embassy extends greetings on Diwali in several regional languages

On the occasion of Diwali, the French embassy in India has put out a video sharing greetings on the auspicious Hindu festival.

‘The game has just begun’: Republic media to launch regional channels in next one year, go global in 16 months, declares Arnab Goswami

In a sensational announcement, Republic TV chief Arnab Goswami said that he has plans to launch Republic channels in every language

Supreme Court to make its judgements available in regional languages soon

In the first phase, judgements would be translated to Assamese, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Odia and Telugu.

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