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Speaking Sanskrit Keeps Diabetes And Cholesterol At Bay, Says BJP MP In Parliament

Dec 13, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

He also claimed that according to research by NASA, if computer programming is done in Sanskrit, it will be flawless.

The BHU Conundrum: Scholar, Practitioner, Philosopher Or Believer?

Dec 02, 2019 Saikat Majumdar

Can faith and scholarship live together with religion as the common archive? This is a profound question to which there is no easy answer.


Amid BHU Row, AMU Teachers Recall Their Institute's Contribution To Sanskrit

An AMU scholar was the first Muslim to earn a PhD in Sanskrit.

Why Can't Muslims Teach Sanskrit? Paresh Rawal Invokes Md Rafi, Naushad Ali

Nov 20, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

BHU students have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim professor in the Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan for 14 days.


Protests Continue Over Muslim Professor's Appointment In BHU Sanskrit Department

The protesting students have been staging a sit-in outside the office of the Vice-Chancellor.

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18 June, 2019

Uttar Pradesh Govt To Issue Press Releases In Sanskrit Too

Outlook Web Bureau

The first press note in Sanskrit was issued by the state government's Information Department on Monday.


22 December, 2018

Baba Ramdev Reaches Out To Mamata Banerjee For Spreading Sanskrit Learning

Outlook Web Bureau

Apart from Sanskrit, the students of the Pathshala will be taught English as well as meditation to make them well-rounded to face the job market, the spokesperson said.


20 September, 2018

Godman Nithyananda Says He Can Make Cows, Monkey Speak In Sanskrit, Tamil

Outlook Web Bureau

In the video, he claimed that he has access to software which is capable to making the animals speak in different languages.


11 January, 2018

Uttarakhand Madrassas To Teach Sanskrit, Computer Science As Optional Subjects

Outlook Web Bureau

At present, madrassas in the state offer Maths, Science, Ayush and Social Science as optional subjects.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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