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    itna kon sunega...summary bata do...

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    Good one.......TFS ..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by D - Shiva View Post
    Good one.......TFS ..........
    Thanks. It was a nice thing to share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rv102938 View Post
    itna kon sunega...summary bata do...
    Ek baar sun lo bhai. An eye opener. U will regret later for not watching it.

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    ek time aanewala hai jab hum bolenge ki "he should know some basic hindi" jaise aaj bolte hain thodi english bolne ya samjhna to aana chahiye

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    Language is a medium of "Communication"...
    It is easy to Communicate in a Language that MOST people in the World understand, right..?

    Why get Patriotic when not needed..?

    Anyways, this belongs to the Videos section.

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    Not saying that English is the best language but we do happen to live in a globalised world and for that there is a necessity to have a single globalised - easy to communicate language, English just happens to be that. Ask any pilot.
    So may it be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisbonstar28 View Post
    Not saying that English is the best language but we do happen to live in a globalised world and for that there is a necessity to have a single globalised - easy to communicate language, English just happens to be that. Ask any pilot.
    I completely agree with you, as long as we know our language deeple, we can language any language of the world. But what if we forget our own language?

    The speaker is not against English language. He is just worrying about the extinction of our regional languages or mother tongue by replacement of English language in our homes, society & system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosopher View Post
    I completely agree with you, as long as we know our language deeple, we can language any language of the world. But what if we forget our own language?

    The speaker is not against English language. He is just worrying about the extinction of our regional languages or mother tongue by replacement of English language in our homes, society & system.
    Yes, i gathered that. He has a point, especially with NRI’S and PIO’s. People abroad are fast forgetting their mother languages. We were fortunate enough to be taught at a tender age at the Gurudwara. They hold classes in almost all of them, and we even obtained a GCSE qualification but nowadays its becoming a dying trend. Everyone should know their mother tongue even if they decide not to use it. My rule is simple, if someone addresses me in my mother tongue (Punjabi) out of respect i will answer them back in Punjabi. If the same person chooses to use English i will reply back in English. Except for online forums that is.
    So may it be

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    Why should anyone else decide what language the NRIs should choose to use or remember? If they don't feel like they need to use their native language and thus are okay with forgetting it, what authority does anyone else have to say otherwise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisbonstar28 View Post
    Yes, i gathered that. He has a point, especially with NRI’S and PIO’s. People abroad are fast forgetting their mother languages. We were fortunate enough to be taught at a tender age at the Gurudwara. They hold classes in almost all of them, and we even obtained a GCSE qualification but nowadays its becoming a dying trend. Everyone should know their mother tongue even if they decide not to use it. My rule is simple, if someone addresses me in my mother tongue (Punjabi) out of respect i will answer them back in Punjabi. If the same person chooses to use English i will reply back in English. Except for online forums that is.
    Yes Sir ji. Agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitish_Jedi View Post
    Why should anyone else decide what language the NRIs should choose to use or remember? If they don't feel like they need to use their native language and thus are okay with forgetting it, what authority does anyone else have to say otherwise?
    This is not just for NRIs. It is for every Indians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosopher View Post
    This is not just for NRIs. It is for every Indians.

    Yes, Tue. Nobody forces us, but it's every Indian's duty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akalpurkh View Post
    Yes, Tue. Nobody forces us, but it's every Indian's duty.
    Exactly, waise bhi aj kal My CHOICE- My CHOICE ka bahut natak chal raha hai.

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