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Assam: All govt-run madarsas to be shut, minister Himanta Biswa Sarma says govt will promote only secular and modern education

The government will promote only secular and modern education, said Assam education minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

After obscene comments, clip of comedian Kenneth Sebastian calling Sanskrit ‘most useless language ever’ goes viral. Watch video

In the video titled "Journey to the centre of my brain", Sebastian is seen thanking God because 'all the people who spoke Sanskrit are dead'.

“No state funding for religious education”: Assam govt to shut all govt-run Madrassas and Sanskrit Tols, to be converted to regular schools

Assam government has decided to shut all state-run Madrassas and Sanskrit Tols in the state

BHU’s SVDV students write letter to PM Modi asking for a high-level inquiry into the appointment of Dr Feroze Khan

Students carried out a funeral procession of the VC of the BHU as a mark of symbolic protest

BHU Protests: Emeritus Professors of SVDV write to President Kovind, slam the appointment of Firoz Khan

The letter written by two professors to the President of India has been signed by 50 professors.

We perform Purohit Karm, we do not want Sanatan Dharma studies get influenced by Islam or Christianity: Protesting students at BHU

BHU students of Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan faculty are protesting against appointment of Muslim professor, Dr Firoz Khan

A Tale of Two Protests: ‘Students’ at JNU receive a free pass while the students at BHU are demonized for a fair demand

The mainstream media has completely misrepresented the arguments made by the students of BHU.

‘Not against Muslims’ – protesting students at BHU explain their position. An OpIndia exclusive

Recently, in Banaras Hindu University (BHU)'s Sanskrit Vidya Dharm Vigyan (SVDV) stream, a Muslim professor Dr Firoz Khan was appointed as an assistant professor.

DMK accuses Centre of ‘Sanskrit imposition’ after Anna University introduces Hindu scriptures in course, Left deems it ‘unacceptable’

The Vice-Chancellor of Anna University said that they were not even teaching Sanskrit.

Uttarakhand to make Sanskrit a mandatory subject in all schools from class 3 to 8

Sanskrit is the second official language of the state and according to the government, the step will help promote the language's popularity.

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