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Stabroek News

Stabroek News
Mon, 21 Apr 2014 02:11:15 -0700

The Dravidian languages of the minority were not subsumed but retained their identity and continued to be used in small enclaves where southerners dominated. By the early twentieth century formal Hindi and Urdu came on the scene and slowly started to ...
 
The Hindu
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 10:37:30 -0700

His 2007 publication on Dravidian languages and communities, “Shangam Tamilagam Mattu Kannada Nadu Nudi”, has gone into nine prints so far, besides winning awards. “Halagannada” is the latest addition to over 20 works on history in Kannada and ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Thu, 27 Mar 2014 11:33:45 -0700

His 2007 publication on Dravidian languages and communities, Shangam Tamilagam Mattu Kannada Nadu Nudi, has gone into nine prints so far, besides winning awards. Of scripts and scribes. Prof. Shettar's recent publication, Halagannada, running to over ...

The Indian Republic

The Indian Republic
Thu, 03 Apr 2014 11:13:28 -0700

We have the Dravidian languages. They sometimes sound like each other, but they are quite different. But here's one language they do not sound like: Hindi. In school, we are made to learn Hindi, on top of English and our mother tongue, whichever it ...
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