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?Make Hindi more acceptable?

?HINDI IS the language of national esteem, culture and vanity and we just need to change our mindset and accept it,? said veteran journalist Krishnakumar Asthana at the 20th Hindi workshop organised at Akashwani, Indore, on Tuesday.

india Updated: Mar 09, 2006 15:08 IST

“HINDI IS the language of national esteem, culture and vanity and we just need to change our mindset and accept it,” said veteran journalist Krishnakumar Asthana at the 20th Hindi workshop organised at Akashwani, Indore, on Tuesday.

Regional Provident Fund Association, Indore, Assistant Director (Rajbhasha) Dr Chandra spoke about problems in translation and their solution. Assistant Engineer M K Pandey spoke about use of Hindi in technical work.

Presiding over the programme Akashwani Centre Director Harendra Kotiya said that the inferiority complex pertaining to language needs to be sorted out and efforts should be made to prevent hesitation while speaking Hindi in economical context.

Rakesh Sharma of State Employees Insurance Corporation gave information about Rajbhasha policies and administrative terminology while Deepak Bhatia of State Bank of Indore spoke about working in Hindi on computer. Centre Engineer Satyaveer Singh also participated in the workshop.