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Amit Shah's call for Hindi as national language draws flak

Mid-Day Sunday, 15 September 2019
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah's call to culturally unify India with Hindi as it's national language on Saturday triggered a row with several opposition leaders training their guns at him asking him to reconsider his appeal as it "poses a danger to national unity". Speaking as chief guest at a function to grace Hindi...
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PAKISTAN TODAY ANNOUNCED THAT THE MUCH AWAITED KARTARPUR CORRIDOR WILL BE OPENED FOR SIKH PILGRIMS ON NOVEMBER 9th,ACTOR-POLITICIAN KAMAL HASSAN TODAY REACTED SHARPLY TO UNION HOME MINISTER AMIT SHAH'S PUSH TO MAKE HINDI THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE SAYS NO SHAH,SULTAN OR SAMRAT CAN IMPOSE HINDI ON US

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