TN will oppose Hindi imposition, says Rajini

Rajinikanth said, “A common language is needed for development of the nation. Unfortunately, it is not possible to have a common language in a country like India. Not just Hindi, no language can be imposed on people. If Hindi is imposed, it will be opposed by Tamils and even those in other southern States.” Continue Reading

Language issue: Southern Railway comes up with fresh circular

Southern Railway issued a circular today, superseding circular No. 15, dated 12.06.2019,  that caused a furore in Tamilnadu. The earlier circular had made English and Hindi mandatory in Tamilnadu as the languages of communication between divisional control officers and station masters. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu parties stoutly oppose Centre’s three-language policy

Amid stiff protests from the Opposition parties to the Central government’s proposed triple-language system in schools across India, Tamilnadu Minister for School Education, K A Sengottaiyan, today clarified that dual-language method of education will continue in the State. Continue Reading