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Lecture traces rise, fall of Persian, its complex ties with Hindavi
Hindustan Times (Delhi)9 Aug 2018HT Correspondent htreporters@hindustantimes.com NEWDELHI: Speaking on the receding social and political space for Persian and the rise of Hindavi and Rekhta or Urdu in the country, history professor Muzaffar Alam on Wednesday said there was a time when it was believed that without a good knowledge of Persian, one couldn’t appreciate the Indian culture.
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Cabinet approves plan to set up 15 language academies
The Asian Age8 Aug 2018AGE CORRESPONDENT: The Delhi government approved a proposal on Tuesday to establish 15 academies of different languages, including international languages, in the national capital.
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Ministry of Tourism (Government of India) Inviting entries for the National Tourism Awards 2016-2017
Ministry of Tourism (Government of India) Inviting entries for the National Tourism Awards 2016-2017
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Nehru Memorial Museum & Library and Nandita Prasad Sahai Memorial Trust organized the 5th lecture on "Whatever the tongue, what counts is the idea, Persian-Hindavi Encounters in the age of Mughal Decline"
Nehru Memorial Museum & Library and Nandita Prasad Sahai Memorial Trust, New Delhi The Fifth Nandita Prasad Sahai Memorial Lecture 2018 on Whatever the tongue, what counts is the idea Persian-Hindavi Encounters in the age of Mughal Decline on August 8, 2018 by Professor Muzaffar Alam UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
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Donald Trump is unlikely to Visit India in January 2019
The Asian Age of 7th August has stated that United States President Donald Trump is unlikely to visit India in January 2019 as the Chief for Republic Day celebration.
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More students opting for PhD in Indian languages, reveals new report
New Delhi: Hindustan Times 5-8-2018: The number of students opting for a PhD programme in Indian languages has risen over the past few years, an analysis of an All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) report released on July 27, has revealed.
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INDIA IS NO COUNTRY FOR OLDER WOMEN
New Delhi: Hindustan Times 5-8-2018: India, which takes pride in its young demographic, will have 158.7 million elderly people by 2025. This brings with it several sociological and medical problems which most states have not even begun to fathom.
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