• Importance of Excersise and Sports
    ) | | | |Indian Literature in English |Paper IV | | |5. Hindi (Final...
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  • Role of Language and Script in Raising the Religious Revivalism in Colonial Punjab Ayesha Tabbasum
    , religion and politics in north India (Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 1974), 129 But its was written in different script: as Urdu was written in Persian script while Hindu community used it in Hindi for general communication purposes was generally written in Devanagri, also known as Nagri.as...
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  • Language Policy in India
    existed within postcolonial states (Laitin, 415). By placing the complex problem of Indian language politics in to a more broad comparative perspective, conclusions can be made about the sufficient differences that India has that have impacted it’s language policy whilst helping us to understand the...
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  • Federalism in India
    own official language and much of government work took place in the official language of the concerned states. Our leaders adopted a cautious and vigilant attitude in spreading the use of Hindi in India. According to Indian constitution, the usage of English for official use has to be stopped by 1965...
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  • middle cinema
    uniqueness, the journey of Hindi cinema from the early 19th century to the present times is a fascinating story of Indian culture, history and tradition. Regardless of its diverse ethos, popular fan following and a well established film industry; Hindi films have often been accused of being...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    Divided: The Origin and Development of Hindi-Urdu. Delhi: Oxford University Press. Rajan, R.S. . The Lie of the Land: English Literary Studies in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Robinson, F. . Separatism Among Indian Muslims: The Politics of the United Provinces’ Muslims...
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  • Family Plannig
    educated people. So, for mass communication purposes, Hindi would be better suited in the context of national integration. 2. Hindi has its roots in Sanskrit like most other Indian languages. Hence learning Hindi would be easier than learning English, which is a foreign language. 1. Hindi cannot...
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  • Terrorism
    and mediaTERRORISM AND INDIAN MEDIA :A Comparative Study of approach English, Hindi and Urdu newspapers towards terrorism by India Policy Foundation A serious research work on the approach of the Indian print media towards terrorism was brought out by India Policy Foundation (IPF) in March 2009...
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  • Communication English
    official language of the Union and it was stipulated in the Indian on stitution that English shall continue to be used for all official purposes of the Union till January 25, 1965 but a complete switch over to Hindi was not found practicable within the stipulated and English in addition to Hindi...
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  • Solved Solution
    Politics in Comparative Perspective Social Psychology Punjabi (Compulsory) Punjabi (Optional) n`’;dkO;] 'kkL= ifjp;] oSfnd lkfgR; rFkk n`’;dkO; dk bfrgkl] 'kkL=ksa dk bfrgkl Sociology of India Urdu DISCIPLINE COURSE-I/II Fiction and Drama French Functional Hindi (Paper-IV) German History of Indian...
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  • India's Vision
    level. English and Hindi can co-exist. Hindi is the mother and English is the wife. It is possible to love them both. In small towns, districts and even villages – we need to spread English. India already has a headstart as so many Indians speak English and we don’t have to get expat teachers like...
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    A daring letter by an IIT'an to Rahul Gandhi. Plz read and SHARE . By Clicking on SHARE . (HOPE EVERY ONE KNOW THIS ..) A REPLY LETTER WRITTEN BY: NITIN GUPTA (RIVALDO) B. Tech, IIT Bombay ON Rahul Gandhi: "I feel ashamed to call myself an INDIAN after seeing what has...
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  • Paper
    empower the Tamil minority remains a long and difficult one. India has faced its own troubles over language and identity. Many Indian nationalist leaders intended to replace English with Hindi as the official language of the state after the British left. In 1965, in accordance with the 15-year plan...
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  • Amrita Pritam
    Independence, as a result of the partition of India, most of the Muslim population from Punjab migrated to Pakistan and similarly the entire Sikh population together with most of the Hindus from west Punjab migrated to the Indian Punjab. In the Indian Punjab, language confrontation shifted from Urdu-Hindi...
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  • linguistic slavery
    of Indians and how the eradication of India’s Black economy will help in solving this problem. The Politics Series 1. How is Black money responsible for Terrorism and crime 2. America is rich because of our money! 3. How English is a curse for India Let’s begin by a conversation between you and...
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  • Gendering in Bollywood
    Students’ Research Global Media Journal – Indian Edition/ISSN 2249-5835 Sponsored by the University of Calcutta/ www.caluniv.ac.in Summer Issue / June 2012 Vol. 3/No.1 GENDER REFLECTIONS IN MAINSTREAM HINDI CINEMA Nidhi Shendurnikar Tere Junior Research Scholar Department of Political Science...
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  • Research on Kannathil Muthamittal
    Festival of Los Angeles (2003). Ratnam's Roja, Bombay and Dil Se (Hindi, 2000), three films dealing with terrorism and communal violence in India, won him a high national profile, allowing him to attract Hindi cinema's leading stars and find commercial distribution beyond the south Indian market. (2...
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  • Journal
    prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. [1] The Indian language papers have taken over the English press as per the latest NRS survey of newspapers. The main reasons being the marketing strategy...
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  • Hindi Nationalism
    relation with the concept of modernity, it was said that the politics of the “Hindi” demand was related to Hindi commercial classes, which controlled the sabhas and sammelans. On their part it was only the financial support which was given to these sabhas, rather they started dictating the agenda...
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  • Hijra
    Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, England; e-mail: Robina.Mohammad@plymouth.ac.uk Received 17 May 2006; in revised form 16 September 2006; published online 28 September 2007 Abstract. Hindi cinema offers a means of examining the evolving geographies of the multisited, multinational Indian diaspora and its...
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