The move comes after political parties in Tamil Nadu condemned the manager and bank for allegedly refusing a loan to a senior citizen man because he did not know Hindi.
Retired govt doctor in Ariyalur claims nationalised bank refused to give loan as he didn't know Hindi
Hurt by the treatment allegedly meted out to him at the Gangaikondacholapuram branch of a nationalised bank, 76-year-old C Balasubramanian served a legal notice to the bank’s manager.
Political party leaders, Kannada organisations and netizens have opposed observing ‘Hindi Diwas’ on Monday in non-Hindi speaking states.
BJP state vice president K Annamalai said he challenged DMK leaders for a live debate on the issue. This was accepted by DMK MP Senthil Kumar.
While a major debate rages on over the Hindi ‘imposition’ in the State, the ordeals of Assistant Commissioner Balamurugan add a new twist to the old tale.
With elections drawing closer, the ever-simmering pot of Hindi imposition is being rekindled, for the political returns can be bountiful depending on the way it’s churned.
The Cauvery Rights Retrieval Committee (CRRC) has taken strong exception to Union government’s reply in Hindi to a query filed by it under the RTI Act.
You Tamilians are breaking this country: Vetrimaaran shares humiliating experience at Delhi airport for not knowing Hindi
Versatile Kollywood filmmaker Vetrimaaran shared a humiliating experience he faced at the Delhi airport for not knowing Hindi.
Retired IAS officer MG Devasagayam said appointment of non-IAS officers as secretaries has subverted the pan-India character of civil service posts.
“To expect 130 crore Indians to compulsorily learn Hindi is foolishness and nothing else.
Ayush official allegedly told them to leave when they asked him to speak in English as attendees from TN not able to understand Hindi.
The lady official told senior officials during inquiry that she "did not utter the words as alleged by the concerned passenger but just said that Hindi is also an Indian or official language."
Kanimozhi had said she was asked whether or not she was an Indian after she told a CISF official at the airport to speak in Tamil or English as she did not understand Hindi.
In a statement, Kumarasamy said that many prominent politicians from South India had been denied opportunities due to the ‘Hindi politics’.
Sinha was debating the pros and cons of the NEP with the Congress leader MM Pallam Raju and DMK’s Rajya Sabha MP TKS Elangovan.