It would be interesting to see how English and a modern outlook, which does not require English, cope in the age of the National Education Policy and the Ram Temple. Uddalok Bhattacharya sums up
The language of policy: English will continue to have its place in the corporate and financial worlds, in the higher courts, and for the foreseeable future as one of two official languages.
Perhaps that is as it should be. T N Ninan says how Read here
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