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INTERVIEW-James Bond stand aside; French spy service seeks com...

France's foreign intelligence service is bolstering recruitment to counter Islamist militants and cyber criminals, but it is looking for computer wizards and linguists not would-be James Bonds. DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Centre urged to formulate new statehood policy based on changing cultural, linguistic grounds

National Federation of New States (NFNS), an umbrella body of various groups across the country fighting for separate states, has said that the Centre should formulate a new policy for creation of new states The post Centre urged to formulate new statehood ...
 First Post.com4 weeks ago Centre, northern states to meet in Chandigarh on Friday  Business Standard2 months ago
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Behind the fire of Darjeeling protests: All you need to know

The struggle for a separate state for all Indian Nepalis based on ethnic and linguistic identity has been going on for more than three decades.
 Money Control4 weeks ago

International Yoga Day: Narendra Modi bats for yoga to bind world, says it can cut across linguistic, cultural barriers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said yoga, akin to its capacity to unite the body, mind and soul, has played a "big role" in binding the world, cutting across linguistic and cultural barriers The post International Yoga Day: Narendra Modi bats for yoga to bind ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Yoga has played big role in uniting the world: PM Modi  DNA1 month ago Modi arrives in Sri Lanka  Prokerala2 months ago

President Pranab Mukherjee stresses on the need for tolerance in speech: Full text

The president said India's pluralism and its social, cultural, linguistic and racial diversity have been the bedrock of Indian civilisation. The post President Pranab Mukherjee stresses on the need for tolerance in speech: Full text appeared first on ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Spirit of tolerance is what makes us Indians: President Pranab Mukherjee  Rediff.com1 month ago

Two new schools, short-term courses on Nalanda varsity's agenda

The School of Linguistics and Literature and the School of International Relations and Peace Studies are set to be the the next additions to the already existing three schools operational at the Rajgir-based Nalanda University. The proposed schools are part ...
 DNA2 months ago

Urdu, Maithili, Punjabi, English:Diversity at NDMC oath-taking

The linguistic and sartorial diversity of India was on full display today at the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, as councillors took the oath in native languages, including Urdu, Maithili and Punjabi.
 DNA2 months ago

Bengali chauvinism fuels Darjeeling unrest

It is strange that despite past examples of the incendiary potential of linguistic chauvinism, politicians still pursue the same fateful path.The latest instance of such short-sighted policies is West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's decision to make ...
 Prokerala1 week ago

India might become an educationally failed nation

An Indian linguist and anthropologist who is globally revered for his work on dying languages, Ganesh Devy has researched and documented 780 living Indian languages. He says that offering reservation quotas alone will not solve the problem of social exclusion ...
 Prokerala1 month ago ``India might become an educationally failed nation``  Zee News1 month ago 'India might become an educationally failed nation'  Business Standard1 month ago

Mystery behind Abraham Lincoln's letter solved

A long-standing mystery surrounding a letter supposedly written by former US President Abraham Lincoln has been solved by scientists, using a technique similar to the one that unmasked British author JK Rowling. In November 1864, a woman named Lydia Bixby ...
 Business Standard5 hours ago
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