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Jayalalithaa Writes to PM Modi – Ensure English is Used on Social Media

Full Text of Letter All India | | Updated: June 20, 2014 12:13 IST Chennai:  Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure the urgent amendment of an instruction that asks government departments to use Hindi… Continue Reading →

भू-भू हा-हा / लाल्टू #poem

Laltu (b 1957) is scientist, poet, fiction writer and commentator. At present he is Professor at the Center for Computational Natural Sciences and Bioinformatics, IIIT-Hyderabad. He has also participated in several people’s movements includign grassroots science education , literacy, etc…. Continue Reading →

Mera Sayaa

लोगों की , दोस्तों कि बात क्या जब कभी  साया भी साथ छोड़ देता है एक अनूठी  तरंग दिल मैं जगती है हर  परिस्थिति का सामना करने क़ी ताकत और बढ़ जाती है जब भी साया  साथ छोड़  देता है अपने… Continue Reading →

#Video – Lets Leave No One Behind #Disability #English #Bengali #Hindi #Marathi #Tamil

  3rd of December is celebrated annually as the International Day for Persons with Disabilities. Trinayani, (pronounced as TREE—NA—YA—NEE.) a Mumbai-Kolkata based trust, has been working relentlessly, for the last 8 years, in the area of AWARENESS about DISABILITY, and… Continue Reading →

Munshi Premchand – Cast into the shadows #Sundayreading

SIDDHARTHYA SWAPAN ROY July 31, Premchand’s birth anniversary, leads SIDDHARTHYA SWAPAN ROY to wonder why one of India’s most celebrated writers has been forgotten by urban readers today. Illustration:Deepak Harichandan Many pensive pauses, edits and deletions later, I think it… Continue Reading →

Sweeper mother gets first class, daughter scores 80% #againstallodds

Sandhya Nair, TNN | Jun 8, 2013, MUMBAI: A sweeper in a Nalasopara school secured a first class in the SSC board exam. She is not the only one to clear the exam in her family – her daughter, too, passed it… Continue Reading →

My name Is Urdu and I am not a Muslim

  My name Is Urdu and I am not a Muslim Urdu hai mera naam main Khusrau ki paheli Main Meer ki humraaz hun Ghalib ki saheli (My name is Urdu and I am Khusrau’s riddle I am Meer’s confidante… Continue Reading →

2 years, 5 cities, 6 cases – and ‘proof’ everywhere is the same magazine #draconianlaws

Muzamil Jaleel : New Delhi, Wed Sep 26 2012,  Indian Express On April 16, 2006, Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh was tense. There had been communal clashes a week ago during Eid-e-Milad. In the afternoon, policemen from the Kotwali police station arrested… Continue Reading →

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