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  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.

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  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    Suny Ag
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    You can add Kokborok in Tripura, Mizo in Mizoram; Khasi and Garo in Meghalaya, French in Puducherry (Pondicherry).

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    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    Sanjeev Gupta
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    You can add Kokborok in Tripura, Mizo in Mizoram; Khasi and Garo in Meghalaya, French in Puducherry (Pondicherry).


    French in Pondicherry hearing it for the first time. :blink:

  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    Suny Ag
    Editor & Super Moderator
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    You can add Kokborok in Tripura, Mizo in Mizoram; Khasi and Garo in Meghalaya, French in Puducherry (Pondicherry).


    French in Pondicherry hearing it for the first time. :blink:


    These are state languages even when these are not listed in our government's scheduled gazet.

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  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

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    Kalyani Nandurkar
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    You can add Kokborok in Tripura, Mizo in Mizoram; Khasi and Garo in Meghalaya, French in Puducherry (Pondicherry).


    French in Pondicherry hearing it for the first time. :blink:


    From 1647 until 1962, Pondichery (now Puducherry was a French colony, hence the influence of the French is seen everywhere from architecture to local culture and therefore even language!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
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  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

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    usha manohar
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    All south Indian states have their own languages officiall anguage Kannada in Karnataka, Tamil in Tamilnadu, Malayalam in Kerala and Telugu in Andhra Pradesh...

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    Sanjeev Gupta
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    All south Indian states have their own languages officiall anguage Kannada in Karnataka, Tamil in Tamilnadu, Malayalam in Kerala and Telugu in Andhra Pradesh...



    But still I feel in most of the parts in India people know to read and write Hindi so one expect to have a permission to write Hindi articles on an Indian site. Any ways but rules are rules. :)

    Thank you said by: suni51

  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    Suny Ag
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    All south Indian states have their own languages officiall anguage Kannada in Karnataka, Tamil in Tamilnadu, Malayalam in Kerala and Telugu in Andhra Pradesh...



    But still I feel in most of the parts in India people know to read and write Hindi so one expect to have a permission to write Hindi articles on an Indian site. Any ways but rules are rules. :)


    Besides it is the only language that people from allover the country use as contact language, however broken, but it works.

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    Thank you said by: Sanjeev Gupta

  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    usha manohar
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    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    All south Indian states have their own languages officiall anguage Kannada in Karnataka, Tamil in Tamilnadu, Malayalam in Kerala and Telugu in Andhra Pradesh...



    But still I feel in most of the parts in India people know to read and write Hindi so one expect to have a permission to write Hindi articles on an Indian site. Any ways but rules are rules. :)


    Besides it is the only language that people from allover the country use as contact language, however broken, but it works.

    That I agree since Hindi is the next most spoken language in India other than English ..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Articles in regional languages are discontinued.

    by » 8 years ago


    Suny Ag
    Editor & Super Moderator
    253 20k 141.2k
    Even I think Hindi articles at least should be allowed as Boddunan is an Indian site meant for Indians so I don't think there is any problem with it. But you may make a rule of getiing less CC for Hindi articles. :blink:


    I agree with sanjeev sir as its an Indian site I guess Hindi articles should be their on this website after all hindi is our national language....


    Just to get the facts right, Hindi is not our National Language ...you can go through this link...

    http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/hindi-not-a-national-language-court/article94695.ece


    Very interesting verdict of Gujarat high court, in the constitution, Hindi was declared as an official language and not a national language.


    Exactly ! Many people are somehow under the impression that Hindi is the national language which is not true ! In the southern parts of India people know very little hindi..


    It is also being taught in schools wrongly that Hindi is the national language. Actually Hindi is only the official language in certain states and not all. Each state has its own regional language as working language in addition to English.


    As regards states, I may mention that there is one state- Nagaland- that has English as official language.


    All south Indian states have their own languages officiall anguage Kannada in Karnataka, Tamil in Tamilnadu, Malayalam in Kerala and Telugu in Andhra Pradesh...



    But still I feel in most of the parts in India people know to read and write Hindi so one expect to have a permission to write Hindi articles on an Indian site. Any ways but rules are rules. :)


    Besides it is the only language that people from allover the country use as contact language, however broken, but it works.

    That I agree since Hindi is the next most spoken language in India other than English ..


    I beg to differ here, Hindi in its different forms and dialects is spoken by almost 80 crore people in India while people who know to speak English would number less than 40 crores.

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