Need To Save Hindi from Becoming a Relic of the Past: PM Modi

Inaugurating the 10th World Hindi Conference, Narendra Modi emphasised the need to preserve Hindi for the future.

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Inaugurating the 10th Vishwa Hindi Sammelan, or World Hindi Conference at the Lal Parade ground in Bhopal, Modi also called for steps to preserve endangered languages and pointed out concerns voiced by scholars that 90 per cent of the 6,000 languages world-over face the risk of becoming relics from the past.

Stating that English, Chinese and Hindi will rule the digital world in the coming days, Modi today noted that the language market was huge and companies can cash in on it by adapting the language for the digital world.

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