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Knowledge Expert

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· 1 Months ago

Is "Hindi" National Language of "INDIA"?

a. Yes

b. No

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dinesh makkar

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· 1 Months ago

Yet to be approved!

Loveleen Kaur

· commented

· 1 Months ago

no

rajinder singh

· commented

· 1 Months ago

a

amrita singh

· commented

· 1 Months ago

a

SURAJ KUMAR

· commented

· 1 Months ago

A

Vishal Singh

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· 1 Months ago

Hindi is not our National language .. We donot hv a national language & National Religion ... Neither our Constitution Nor our law recognise the existence of a language .......

ssc topper

· commented

· 1 Months ago

Yet to be approved!

vivek kapoor

· commented

· 1 Months ago

hindi is official language only

Chandan

· commented

· 1 Months ago

B

Sushant Kumar

· commented

· 1 Months ago

yes

kirti rathore

· commented

· 1 Months ago

no

gaurav kumar

· commented

· 1 Months ago

a

Deekshith Sadashiva

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· 1 Months ago

No it is not. As per the constitution hindi is still official language like all other languages in india. It is not declared as the official language of india.

Simran Aulakh

· commented

· 1 Months ago

no

Knowledge Expert

· commented

· 1 Months ago

You all are wrong.............Hindi is not National Language of India............

Talented Boy

· commented

· 1 Months ago

@shishir b

Talented Boy

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· 1 Months ago

@antima tiwari b

Talented Boy

· commented

· 1 Months ago

@DEEPAK KUMAR b

Talented Boy

· commented

· 1 Months ago

@aashish aggarwal b

shishir

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· 1 Months ago

yes

antima tiwari

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· 1 Months ago

yes

DEEPAK KUMAR

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· 1 Months ago

a

aashish aggarwal

· commented

· 1 Months ago

yes

Talented Boy

· commented

· 1 Months ago

No :(

Do we really need a national language?

For so many decades now, we have managed very well without a National Language. Not having a common language has not stopped us from going anywhere in the country or interacting with anyone. So can we not go on like this?
When it comes to a common language, as many people who know Hindi, or even more, knows English too. Here comes the argument about English being a foreign language, the language of the colonialists and all! All these are true but that does not change the fact that English is now, a Global Language, and we are among the ones who embrace it. Look how the English Medium schools in the country are attracting the vast majority of the students. Look at all the BPO and the IT industry in the country, whose backbone is the English speaking population of the country.
The point is, in this global world where the whole world is eying us, do we really need to fight between ourselves on matters like having a national language?