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University of Oxford names a building after Dr Lakshman Sarup, the first student to be awarded D.Phil on Sanskrit treatise on etymology

Dr. Lakshman Sarup had completed his thesis on the study of Yaksa's Nirukta, the oldest Sanskrit treatise on etymology

‘Useless’: Congress leader opposes construction of Sanskrit University in Karnataka, Islamists and regionalists join in

Congress, PFI and Dravidian regionalists oppose construction of permanent campus for Sanskrit University in Karnataka

Outrage in Varanasi after Indian Army said Sampurnanand Sanskrit University’s degree not valid for Religious Teacher post, VC to meet Rajnath Singh

Indian Army rejected applications from students of Sampurnanand Sanskrit University in Varanasi saying the degree is invalid

New Book on The Block: IIM-A alumnus Ami Ganatra and her journey to becoming an author with ‘Mahābhārata Unravelled’

Ami Ganatra, a new author on the block has come up with her much-awaited soon-to-be-released book 'Mahābhārata Unravelled.’

Is the Education ministry making madarsas teach Gita, Ramayana? A fact-check

Will students at Madarsas have to learn Gita and Ramayana from now on? A fact-check

‘India should learn from Israel’: Petition moved in SC for Sanskrit to be declared as ‘National Language’

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court asking to notify Sanskrit as the national language of the country.

Two from Manipur Students Association Delhi arrested by Police for calling Brahmins ‘b*stards’, released on bail

The MSAD had alleged that Sanskrit was being introduced in schools and colleges in the interests of certain groups.

Manipur student body says ‘Sanskrit text too malicious to be taught’, calls Brahmins as ‘b*stards’: Here is what happened

State Education Minister of Manipur S Rajen had informed that Sanskrit would be introduced as a part of the curriculum in selected schools and colleges

‘Mark of religious oppression, caste superiority’: Newly elected MP in New Zealand, Gaurav Sharma, targeted for taking oath in Sanskrit

A journalist in New Zealand targeted newly elected New Zealand MP Gaurav Sharma for for taking his oath in Sanskrit.

Along with state-run Madrasas, did Himanta Biswa Sarma say that Assam govt will be closing down Sanskrit Tols too? Not quite: Read details

While Madrassas as being converted as govt don't want to fund religious studies, Sanskrit tols are being converted due to irregularities

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