Tuesday, April 13, 2010

International Hindi Day celebrated in Kazakhstan

The growing bilateral relations between India and Kazakhstan make it important for this Central Asian republic to prepare and create a cadre of Indologists who are well versed in Indian languages, history, politics, economy, thoughts and ideas, the Indian envoy here has said.

Speaking at the International Hindi Day celebrations at the Al Farabi Kazakh National University in Almaty Wednesday, Ambassador Ashok Sajjanhar offered all possible support to the university for sending a larger number of students and teachers to India for higher studies in subjects and disciplines related to India.

He also announced that modern equipment, including an LCD TV set, a music system, and a DVD player, would be gifted to the university's India Study Centre to facilitate the study of Hindi and other Indian subjects.

Full report here Sify

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