South India

India or Hindia Stalin asks Modi led BJP government

DMK President M.K. Stalin on Monday came down heavily against Hindi imposition to the support of a Central government employee who had complained against being posted in his department’s Hindi Cell despite not knowing the language.   The complaint of Balamurugan, Assistant Commissioner in Goods and Services Tax (GST) Department, shows the threat to India’s Read More…

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Kannadigas goes Tamilnadu way and advocate 2 language formula in Metro

The Kannada Development Authority on Thursday demanded that Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRCL) remove the three-language sign boards in metro rails and stations and use only Kannada and English sign boards.   The KDA also demanded that only Kannadigas be appointed for all blue collar jobs in Namma Metro, especially in the cleaning and Read More…

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BJP is enemy of Tamil culture and national unity lambasted M.K Stalin

In a rejoinder to BJP president JP Nadda’s remark that the DMK was “inciting people against national spirit” and “sheltering those who were not working in the interest of the nation”,   DMK chief MK Stalin on Tuesday lambasted out at the centre’s ruling BJP party calling them “the enemy of Tamil culture and national Read More…

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Non IAS cadre direct secretary Kotecha in soup for his anti Tamil remarks

After he realised he made a terrible mistake by touching the most sensitive issue of tamils whose spread more than 100million across world this was his reaction ” I was constantly nudged to speak in English, my words manipulated, says AYUSH Ministry Secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha   The blunder he did was he triggered a Read More…

Education South India Voice

DMK ADMK Rejects unanimously three language formula upsets BJP calculations

Hindi imposition is viewed very seriously in Tamil Nadu for several decades. The Dravidian political movement and all its leaders have also been staunch about protecting Tamil sentiments and identity.   It must be noted that Tamil Nadu saw widespread agitations in 1965 by DMK party when the then Congress state government had attempted to Read More…

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BJP Karnataka MP Tejasvi Surya’s Hindi education policy love irks Kannadigas at large

  Bangalore South BJP MP Tejasvi Surya row over three-language formula and said “a few people with vested interests” have created a ‘Hindi Imposition’ sentiment by twisting the recommendations in the draft education policy.   Arguing in favour of the draft of National Education Policy (NEP) Surya went on suggest, “As an extension of this Read More…

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StopHindiImposition protest by Tamils across worldwide emerge global trend in Social media

Hindi should not be made a mandatory third language in schools a clear statement chiefly from Tamil speaking population across world on social media using hashtag #StopHindiImposition goes worldwide top trend in Twitter showing a mark of protest against draft education policy submitted by the BJP led Modi government government at the centre a day Read More…