"A common language not just for India but any country is good for its unity and progress. Unfortunately, (one cannot) bring a common language in our country. So you cannot impose any language," Rajinikanth said.
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As the world shrinks and businesses grow and expand to new regions and countries, business schools have come round to the realisation that people who speak multiple languages have a major competitive advantage.
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