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Sanskrit is not only the language of traditions but also the language of our progress and identity: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that Sanskrit is not only the language of traditions but it is also the language of our "progress and identity."

Janmadinamidan Ayi Priya Sakhe: Young woman sings Sanskrit song to PM Modi on Delhi Metro to wish him on his birthday

On the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday on Sunday, a commuter on the Delhi metro extended greetings to the former in Sanskrit. 

Sanskrit and Lithuanian words adorn the school wall in Delhi, read details

The Ambassador of Lithuania to India Diana Mickeviciene, said "Lithuanian has been officially recognised as the closest living sister language of Sanskrit and we are very keen to research this particular connection at the academic level"

‘Why can’t Sanskrit be our official language?’, Former CJI SA Bobde asks, mentions that Dr Ambedkar also advocated for the same

According to the former CJI, introducing Sanskrit would not be equivalent to introducing any religion because 95 percent of the language deals with topics related to philosophy, law, science, literature, phonetics, architecture, astronomy, etc. rather than having anything to do with any religion.

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.”

‘Parliament is the right forum to debate this’: Supreme Court dismisses PIL to declare Sanskrit as national language

Supreme Court said that making Sanskrit will require constitutional amendment, and the parliament is the right forum for this debate

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.

IIM-Ahmedabad clarifies on logo controversy, says Sanskrit phrase to stay, only minor changes in colour, rendition

In its statement, the IIM-A said that the new logo will continue to retain the legacy of the previous logo and will carry the status line in Sanskrit - 'Vidya Viniyogad Vikasa', and the 'jaali' design with minor changes.

Sanskrit verse in IIM Ahmedabad logo could go missing, faculty oppose the suspected move, term it ‘assault on identity’

IIMA is planning to replace its existing logo of 'Tree of life' inspired from the Sidi Saiyyed Mosque jaali in Ahmedabad and the Sanskrit verse 'Vidya Viniyogat Vikasa' (development through distribution of knowledge) with two new logos.

R Nagaswamy, the distinguished archaeologist who produced vital evidence in the Ram Janmabhoomi case, dies at age of 91, PM Modi expresses condolence

Nagaswamy provided expert advice to the Allahabad High Court's Lucknow bench, which heard the Ayodhya title suits.

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