Chandigarh, Sunday, July 19, 1998
|Weak nations produce weak languages
Linguistic development, economic growth interlinked
By Vandana Shukla
Social backwardness, cultural inertia and intellectual bankruptcy and linguistic inertia are always intimately connected. They are different facets of the same reality. In other words, strong nations evolve strong languages and the weak ones use a meek language. Thus, a politically and economically weak nation also suffers from an indifferent cultural ethos and its dominant language is likewise weak.
His royal majesty, the lion
By Thakur Paramjit
His royal majesty, the lion, the king of the beasts, is a very graceful and intelligent animal. It possesses incredible strength, a noble face, strong reasoning powers, and a dignified gait full of self-confidence.
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