Conduct UPSC exams in all Indian languages listed in 8th schedule.

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vikram Salgaonkar
8 years ago
We forget, where we born, what was our language tht why kannada ullisi mathu adnu bellesi

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Vivek Vivek
8 years ago
Language has been always been a problem in our country, it doesn't mean that we need to kill our language and bow our head others and just nod as they wish. Even there are lots of tallents hidden in rural areas of Karnataka, Maharastra, Andhra, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Gujrat etc who doesn't know English and Hindi. why should they compromise only because they dont know these languages??

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manikantag Govinda swamy
8 years ago
We are Indian we must treat all the languages with equal respect, people for any competative exam can take it in the language they prefer. So please consider my request and make people to take language in the language they want.

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Shanmugham R
9 years ago
Mother tongue is the best medium of one/s expression. Writing and talking in an alien language is not the 'Best Knowledge' acquired. Let the freedom of expression in one's own tongue. It is a shame to give some previlidges to Hindi and English and not to other the Indian languages.

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Anuraj Ennai
9 years ago
All 8th schedule languages are equal. You have no right to treat any language differently. I wholeheartedly support introduction of English paper. But using this to drive an artificial distinction between Hindi and any other regional language is unconstitutional

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Kruthik Heggade
9 years ago
Equality of languages is most essential in a developing country, do not disrupt it with such a move.

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Kishore Y C
9 years ago
This is important because to maintain equality amongst all Indians.

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Rajanikanth AR
9 years ago
Equality...

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Rohith B R
9 years ago
Kannadigas have a democratic right to attend exams in their own language, without any predicament.

These are exams conducted by the government that is equally elected by (& hence a representative of) Kannadigas as any other linguistic people of India. So it will be very unfair to crores of people from non-Hindi states if they're prevented from attending these exams in their own language.

It is also 'fundamentally' unreasonable to lay predicaments on catering to the fundamental rights promised by the Indian constitution. This goes against the reason Kannadigas joined the Indian Union in 1950, and that may have to be re-looked at if these basic rights are denied

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ಮಹೇಶ ತಾಳಿಕಟ್ಟೆ
9 years ago
To save regional languages...