• Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    implementation as a national language in Pakistan and its decreasing status as a language of “minority right” and “Muslim interest” in India; and finally the Indian government’s abandonment of Hindustani in favor of Hindi as the official language. In Ahmad’s estimation the loss of Hindustani as a recognized...
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  • India
    Austro-Asiatic group. Around 5% of the people speak a Tibeto-Burman language. Hindi is the official language in India with the largest number of speakers. It is the official language of the union. Native speakers of Hindi represent about 41% of the Indian population (2001 Indian census). English is...
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  • History
    28 THEMES IN INDIAN H ISTORY THEME TWO THEME Kings, Farmers and Towns Earl States Ear ly S tat es and Economies ( c. 600 BCE -600 CE ) There were several developments in different parts of the subcontinent during the long span of 1,500 years following the end of the Harappan...
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  • Bank
    Official Language Policy to the Board of Directors Capsule Course Induction courses of the banks Publication of balance sheets by banks bilingually Granting of awards for books and essays originally written in Hindi on financial, banking and economic subjects Participation in meetings of Town...
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  • Role of Youth in Enriching and Conserving Your Cultural Heritage
    Dravidian languages continued to flourish in the south. On the whole from the ancient texts in Sanskrit to Bengali literature which pioneered the 19th century Indian renaissance, to modern day regional literature, what is reflected is an attempt to break the narrow walls of provincialism and build...
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  • Ghandigiri
    languages in India including Hindi and Tamil, "Gandhigiri" refers to the practice of the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi.[4] It is a colloquial form of Gandhism. Gandhism (or Gandhianism) is a term which attempts to summarize the philosophies of Mahatma Gandhi. Basic tenets of Gandhism include satya (truth...
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  • Social hierarchy
    . India has 28 states and seven territories, and each has at least one official language. While the national languages are Hindi and English, there are about 22 official languages and nearly 400 living languages spoken in various parts of the country. Most of the languages of India belong to two...
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  • The Indian Culture- Informative Speech
    . A) First, there are languages considered as majors such as : 1. Hindi which is a main language spoken by almost 40% of the Indian population. The word I started my speech with is Hindi. 2. The main language used in trade is English .It is spoken by 2% of...
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  • Literacy narrative essay
    Literacy Narrative Essay Code switching is switching the way you are talking depending on who you are talking with. The three ways of code switching are: language, register (high register or low register) and dialect, which is accent and word choice. For example, you speak differently with your...
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  • Parsi Theatre
    literary scholarship. Deep divisions among Indian-language communities and the literatures they have come to claim have had the effect of parceling out the Parsi theater and scholarship on it. To draw upon the Urdu sources alone, or the Gujarati, or the Hindi, would be to expose oneself to communal...
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  • Hinglish
    homogenous. ii) Pavan Varma, author of the wonderful “Becoming Indian”, talks of the same bastardization of English that plagues India – grammar, syntax and vocabulary are the casualties! He makes a weak case for having Hindi as the national language without explaining why a native rural Tamil...
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  • Crm in Banks
    Motoyuva series, Motoflip W220, Motoflip W375, and Motorola W218. The company had also launched features specific to rural consumers such as the Hindu calendar, Hinglish138 predictive text input, Indian wallpapers, Hindi texting and phonebook storage, in addition to vernacular languages, and this had...
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  • DOWRY SYSTEM
    cleanup from March 2013 All articles needing cleanup Cleanup tagged articles with a reason field from March 2013 Wikipedia pages needing cleanup from March 2013 Articles containing Hindi-language text Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Article Talk Variants...
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  • Hello
    gaining material wealth & living the prosperous life, punctuated by discourse to expand each golden nugget. – Amazon.com The Argumentative Indian: Writings on Indian History, Culture and Identity – Amartya Sen These illuminating essays from Nobel Prize–winning economist Sen offer a timely and cogent...
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  • Kafka and the Torment of Minorities
    precisely the nature of his experience. A man not living in or knowing a language that is his own, and knowing poorly the language that they are forced to serve is not unlike a South Indian in a land saturated with Hindi usage of idioms and expressions who in the end, to validate both phases of identity should choose the path of balance, one only (s)he can create for optimum utilisation as one sees Kafka managed to do....
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  • Solved Solution
    Banking & Insurance Basic Statistics Computer Application Conflict Resolution & Peace – Building Consumer Affairs Creative Writing (English) Creative Writing (Hindi) Creative Writing (Urdu) Disaster Management Entrepreneurship and small Business Family & Child Dev. Film Studies Globalization Indian...
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  • Evolution of Indian Cinema
    during the silent period. The coming of sound with the first Indian talkie, Alam Ara (1931), soon divided the cinema audiences. Bombay became the centre of the Hindi-Urdu film, using a form of spoken language, which was understood at varying levels over much of north. Hindi was later to become the...
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  • ansh
    traffic on May, 2000. Xanguages recognised in the Indian Constitution : Assamese: Bengali; Gujarati; Hindi; Kannada; Kashmiri; Konkani; Malayalam; Manipuri; Marathi; Nepali; Oriya; Punjabi; Sanskrit; Sindhi; Tamil; Telugu and Urdu. In 2003, four more languages, were added Bodo, Dogri, Maithaili...
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  • “The Indo-Trinidadian family retains much of their cultural heritage. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?”
    European government deliberately kept the Indians out of the education main stream system unless they wanted to learn to speak English as Hindi was regarded as a backward language. This thus encouraged the Indo-Trinidadians to break away from their native language and learn English in order to obtain...
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  • A Citizen of His Country and of the Universe
    going on the field of education outside India. Irrespective of the content, the medium of education was English—a foreign language—so that learning this language was an additional burden for young Indian students. Particularly, the educational process failed to develop scientific attitudes and the...
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