• Multilingualism
     -­‐  I   Multilingualism  among  MBA  students  in  Nepal,  Advantage  in  Corporate  Nepal   11   Total number of Internet users in the World is around 1.5 billion where people speaking only English language represents 30.4%. Adding one of the top 9...
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  • Info of Commerce
    poetry (b) Translation from prose V. a) b) c) d) e) Sabdas (Declensions) Conjugations Sandhis Samasa Identification of gender number (Linga & Vachana) First Year HINDI (Second Language) Syllabus Paper - I (Part – I) Max. Marks : 100 A) PROSE: Editor : ‘GADYA SANDESH’ Dr.V.L Narasimham Shiva Koti...
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  • bilingual method
    as the language of administration. But there was no simple solution as to which language should replace it. At first Hindi, the most widely spoken language, seemed the obvious choice, but following violent protests in 1963 in the state of Tamil Nadu against the imposition of Hindi as a national...
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  • Is English killing other languages
    stake with a language becoming endangered or extinct. Gatherings from blogs and online discussion groups Having this definition of language in mind, we begin with what we gathered from people over the internet .Talking firstly about the Mark Tully, former BBC India correspondent who...
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  • linguistic slavery
    not a tough task for a Hindi speaker. So English is really not a foreign language for US. Now let’s talk about the developed countries. Country Language of Higher education Russia Russian Germany German Spain Spanish Greece Greek Finland Finnish Poland Polish Japan Japanese Again...
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  • English as a National Foreign Language
    English as a National Foreign Language India has two national languages for central administrative purposes: Hindi and English. Hindi is the national, official, and main link language of India. English is an associate official language. The Indian Constitution also officially approves twenty-two...
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  • Industry Analysis
    Samachar was published from Bombay, which is still extant. The first Hindi newspaper, the Samachar Sudha Varshan began in 1854. Since then, the prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. The Indian...
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    Samachar Sudha Varshan began in 1854. Since then, the prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. The Indian language papers have taken over the English press as per the latest NRS survey of newspapers...
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  • 59 in Depth Study of Newspaper & Magazine Advertising in Advertising Industry
    , journals, etc. and is also called press advertising. Newspapers You must have read Newspapers. In our country newspapers are published in English, Hindi and in other regional languages. These are the sources of news, opinions and current events. In addition, Newspapers are also a very...
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  • India
    | | |77.2083°E / 28.6133; 77.2083 | |Largest city |Mumbai | |Official language(s) |Hindi, English[show] | | |Hindi in the Devanagari...
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  • Freedom of Expression
    according to our background of the study are the top three favorite languages both to be learned and taught. However we will also include the German language as it is most popular in Europe and the Hindi language. CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Foreign Study We currently...
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  • Study Guide 1
    Nepali Arabic – Urdu Roman – English, Tribal 23. Standardization of languages in India Communication is necessary Internet/Technology uniformity Dictionaries 24. Language Conflicts “Anti- Hindi” by Tamilians in South India “Anti- English” Nationalistic language (Indian languages) vs...
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  • Top 20 Sites for Kids in India
    guides. 5. Balmitra.com While not as interactive as the other sites on the list, Balmitra.com is a good internet resource for children to learn Indian languages. The Language Book section of the website teaches children the basics of Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil and...
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  • Past Present N Future of Indian News Channels
    through the Internet will work. Indian: television Media Ltd is planning to launch India' first sports news channel. The channel will have content in both Hindi and English languages and will air shows focused only on sports, other things they can focus on children’s educational news just for...
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  • Advertising
    and in other regional languages. These are the sources of news, opinions and current events. In addition, Newspapers are also a very common medium of advertising. The advertiser communicates his message through newspaper which reaches to crores of people. Advantages Advantages of Newspaper...
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  • Pwc India Media Outlook 2010
    attaining higher ARPU • Fiction remains the key diet for Indian viewers. Key Hindi GEC players are targeting the regional language channels • News losing out to Hindi GECs in the race for ratings • Music channels shifting more towards non-music content • Sports entertainment picking up, but sports...
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  • Hinglish
    . On the other hand English, belonging to the Elite class does instantly makes it to the media, including the internet, even if it is crap. (ii)By comparing Hindi and other Indian language’s great authors to Amitavs and Basus, you just insulted our Indian languages’ authors, or just shown...
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  • News Paper Industry
    -language editions. In places as varied as Jerusalem and Mumbai, newspapers are printed to a local and international English-speaking public. The advent of the Internet has also allowed the non-English newspapers to put out a scaled-down English version to give their newspaper a global outreach...
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  • Researcg
    of newspapers and their circulation. The number of pages has increased. The quality of production has improved all rounds. Even medium Indian language newspapers have taken advantage of the advances in printing and communication technology to bring out multiple edition dailies. The best example of...
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  • Thesis
    sectors of commerce and industry became available to businessmen. They found newspapers useful in influencing the Government and the people. Some British-owned newspapers passed into Indian hands and started newspapers in Hindi and other Indian languages. The government accepted the demand for security...
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