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Singapore Minister Indrani Rajah Proposes Tamil Language Introduction in Public Schools | Oneindia

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Singapore Minister Indrani Rajah Proposes Tamil Language Introduction in Public Schools | Oneindia

Singapore Minister Indrani Rajah Proposes Tamil Language Introduction in Public Schools | Oneindia

Indian-origin minister Indrani Rajah highlights the importance of Tamil as a mother tongue in Singapore, advocating for its early exposure to children.

She underscores the need for active usage and constant exposure to keep the language vibrant.

The Tamil Language Festival, launched by Rajah, celebrates Tamil culture and heritage, fostering connections and pride within the community.

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