• Hinglish
    I said let people talk in languages they are most comfortable in. In fact, in my business, I keep telling my multinational clients to *think* vernacular and not British or American English (even that’s vernacular language for some in India!). Now Hinglish is as vernacular as Hindi or Tamil or...
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  • Interview with Gurinder Chadha
    Southall. I have been in England all my life. My links with India were through Hindi movies in the local theatres. I see myself as British-Punjabi. It works for me. I have a different relationship with the West. I never see myself as an outsider in the West. But the same Punjabi energy ran through...
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  • linguistic slavery
    decided English as medium of instruction for my education because English is the international language and, come on, I need to develop, India needs to develop. We are a developing country and English is a pre-requisite for development. Me: You are bluntly wrong. Let me first blast off the myth that...
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  • Internationalized Domain Names
    training I undertook a project on INTERNATIONALIZED DOMAIN NAMES which is currently running at the Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Government of India, Delhi. While doing this project I learned a lot and brushed up my earlier knowledge. This training has provided me an opportunity...
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  • Shikha Yadav
    | | | |My daughter is a beautiful, well educated ,well mannered and sober girl.We belong to a decent and educated family from Raipur (C.G). Myself Mr.L.P Gopal is | |serving in Bank of India as a branch manager. A family of four,my wife is a lecturer and younger son is pursuing...
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  • India My Country
    school system are extremely overcrowded and many children drop out to get a job to help support their families. It is the land of Shiva and Krishna, the Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi. India - my beloved country - which produced the greats of modern times in the world - has a proud place in my droughts...
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  • Culture
    Civilizations do meet and even merge but never has such an impact been witnessed as the impact of the west on India. A Birdseye view of the Indian scenario would depict a miniature or a distorted West in India. The impact has been so great and so deep that, wherever we go, and, as far as the eye...
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  • Hggfdccvb
    Bollywood is the informal term popularly used for the Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay), Maharashtra, India. The term is often incorrectly used to refer to the whole of Indian cinema; however, it is only a part of the total Indian film industry, which includes...
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  • India's Vision
    . Look at me, I am the mass-iest English author ever invented in India. My books sell on railway stations and next to atta in Big Bazaar. I have an Indian publisher who operates from the bylanes of Darya Ganj. And yet, on orkut the most common words associated with my name are coolness and awesomeness...
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  • Shifting Paradigms: Methods, Techniques, of Teaching English
    -cultural level regarding the relative acceptability of English and its most formidable regional rival, now the national language of India --Hindi. Interestingly, language as a problem never emerged as a concern of the multitudes during a few thousand years old history of the country when by name, it...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    North India. Urdu fuels his imagination and Hindi sustains his corporeal needs: “I am—only a teacher … and must teach to support my family. But poetry—Urdu— … I need to serve them to show my appreciation” (, ). Deven feels trapped in the confines of his chosen home, so when the opportunity of...
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  • Objective Essay
    ample opportunity to enrich my experience of knowing the English speaking society and helping them in knowing Hindi language that would help them know India better. With this programme I will also be acquiring an authentic knowledge of the language I like and wish to teach at my homeland...
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  • Sri Lanka
    Sri Lanka ; a booming country with beautiful and varied geography and a great deal of history. I was offered an international internship to Sri Lanka to teach Hindi, Dance and Sports to the under privileged children of Sri Lanka. There were 250 other interns from all over the world and i was...
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  • Comparison Between Hindi and Urdu
    Hindi-Urdu controversy is an age-old debate with its roots lying in the medieval history of India and the conflict finally taking shape in the 19th Century. While the question, are Hindi and Urdu same languages, was officially settled by the Government of India in 1950, when it declared Hindi as...
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  • Amir Khusrau: Life and Works
    did he compose extensively, his works were full of poetic grace and excellence also. His fame spread far and wide. He was known in Persia and even a great master as ‘Sadi’ admired him. Khusrau lived with the prince of Multan for nearly five years. The Mongols invaded India in 1284 and in this...
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  • Role of English in India
    . Introduced in India by the British colonizers, English today is the associate official language of the State, along with Hindi, a status first suggested for fifteen years in 1950, then renewed sine die, largely because of the protest of Dravidian speakers against Hindi. Although it was not mentioned in...
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  • National Integration
    place loyalty to the country above group loyalties and the welfare of the country above narrow sectarian interests.” – Dorothy Simpson As we all know, India is a nation having great diversities. The people who inhabit this nation belong to different races, communities and castes. They reside in...
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  • Hijra
    India and to the reconfiguring relationship between the Indian diaspora in the UK and its imagined `homeland'. Hindi cinema mediates the production of national and diasporic imaginaries. At times, and to varying degrees, Hindi cinema may draw together `Indians' overseas with those who after the...
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  • Din Gdong
    blatantly in his perverse attitude on the question of the national language of India. It is quite obvious that Hindi has the most prior claim to be accepted as the premier language. In the beginning of his career in India, Gandhi gave a great impetus to Hindi but as he found that the Muslims did not...
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  • India Is My Country
    Largest Country with world largest democracy. We, Indians celebrate Independence day on 15th August & Republic day on 26th January I am proud of the ancient culture and heritage of my great country. The world first university was in India established in 700 BC The world greatest...
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