language

Centre’s Preferential Bias to Sanskrit and the Revival of the Language Debate in Indian Politics 

There certainly has been a very strong politics around language in India and from time to...

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English as Empowerment? Karnataka’s Answer is Bilingual Classrooms

By Anantha Hegde Karnataka has come up with a very effective method for dealing...

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Language as Politics and the Future of a Multilingual Nationality

Indian nationalism has come of age. Much water has flown in the stream of Indian...

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Critical Beings or Technocrats: Positivism in Social Science Classrooms

My recent visit to Landour (Uttarakhand) on a school trip opened my mind to a critical...

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The Path to Multilingualism Makes Us Enriched

EDUCATION In a multilingual nation like India, it is paradoxical that parents often...

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A Fresh Approach to Teaching the English Language Innovatively

Language is the essence of civilization and no human society can function without the...

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Hindi Diwas – 14th September | Hegemonic English: The Cleavage of Divided India

The divide between India and Bharat is only widening. Language with its hegemonic power...

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Can the Subaltern Really Speak?

Language is not just a medium of communication rather language is the symbol of power and...

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Respelling the three L’s: Language, Literature and Languish

Respelling the three L’s: Language, Literature and Languish Language is the heartbeat...

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On the Hegemony of English Language in Private Schools in Urban India By Ruchira Das

On the Hegemony of English Language in Private Schools in Urban  India The article is...

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