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Audio Capsules: Making Education Easier for Visually Challenged Students

Audio capsules recorded by a faculty member of a degree college in Uttar Pradesh have proved to be a boon for visually challenged students....

Now Enjoy Urdu Shayari With New Skill in Amazon Alexa

Rekhta Foundation on Friday launched its own Amazon Alexa skill where poetry lovers can enjoy hundreds of Urdu poems and shers (couplets) according to...

Osmania University turns 100: India’s First University to adopt Urdu as medium of Instruction

Hyderabad, April 25, 2017: It was India's first university to adopt Urdu as the medium of instruction -- but with English as a compulsory...

Centre to conduct NEET examination in Urdu from academic year 2018-2019: Supreme Court

New Delhi, April 13, 2017: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to conduct NEET examination in Urdu from academic year 2018-2019 onwards...

Meet Tanya Wells of London singing Vande Matram

By Akanksha Sharma British-based singer and songwriter Tanya Wells won the hearts by singing the National song of India ‘Vande Matram’. Recently, she did a cover...

Diamond of Hindi and Urdu literature: Munshi Premchand

By Shruti Pandey  “Literature adds to reality; it doesn’t simply describe things”.- C.S. Lewis Munshi Premchand is one of the peculiar writers of India who...

National Mission for Manuscripts documents over 40 lakh manuscripts so far

New Delhi: Thirteen-year-old government body National Mission for Manuscripts (NMM) has so far documented over 40,82,363 manuscripts. A maximum number of 19,15,374 manuscripts have been...

Ram Advani’s bookshop: A symbol of his love for Lucknow

By Saeed Naqvi An Urdu aristocracy on its knees, was beginning to make adjustments with the new British rulers when Ram Advani arrived in...

Is Urdu a problem for Pakistan?

FOR Pakistan's founders, Urdu was to be the glue cementing together the new country. The pre-partition Muslim League rejected suggestions that English, Hindi, or...

Living Colours: ‘Hindi-Urdu is a single spoken language’

Dr Syed Mohammed Anwer, an advocate of the Supreme Court, launched a unique linguistic, calligraphic art book, SamrupRachna - Calligraphic Expression of ApniBoli ...

‘Aziz Lakhnavi’: Lucknow’s beloved in the world of poetry

By Vikas Datta If we compare poetry to a landscape, it would be one that is constantly but gradually evolving with its contours keeping on...

Guyana: Indo-guyanese and their legacy

Where is Guyana? Guyana, officially the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a sovereign state on the northern mainland of South America. It is bordered by...

Madrassas should be barred from teaching Urdu says Shiv Sena

Mumbai: Shiv Sena on Wednesday said Madrassas in India should be barred from using Urdu and Arabic as a medium of instruction and should...

Urdu is India’s language too: Sushma Swaraj

"I would like to tell such people that Urdu is also an Indian language. Pakistan does not have a monopoly over it," Sushma Swaraj said.

Existentialism’s genesis in 19th century Urdu poetry

Debates on man's purpose in life have been as old as his existence and, at some phase, call in question the role of the...

17-year-old Kashmiri youth wins Urdu Cultural Academy award

By NewsGram Staff Writer Munawar Ali Hussainy, a 17-year-old poet from Jammu and Kashmir, has been named 'Poet of the Year' for 2014 by the...

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