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19th March- The Hindu Editorial - Part-3(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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Sir/Mam Please english के synonyms के वर्ड में क्या diffrence होते है या जो words बहुत मिलते जुलते हो और confussion create कर सकते हो, और किस word का use कहाँ सही है इस बारे में video बनाइये जो competative exam में पूछे जाते है । जैसे: way, path, road, track Notion, thought, idea, comprehension, gist Deliberately, intentionally, naturally Proficient, efficient Custom, tradition Imagination, imagery, imaginary Aim, goal, purpose, target Cool, freez, chill The hindu newspaper की reading करवाइये जिसमे words की meaning और sentence का sense क्या निकल रहा है और साथ ही साथ इसमे कहाँ क्या gammar use हुआ है ये भी बताया जाए । The hindu पढ़ते समय डिक्शनरी से words की meaning तो देख लेते है लेकिन sentence का sence या writer कहना क्या चाहता है ये नही समझ आता (मतलब शाब्दिक अर्थ तो निकल लेते है लेकिन भावात्मक अर्थ नही निकल पाते) S. P. Bakshi और M B बुक (Ajay k. Singh) को topic wise solve करवाइये, with explanation कि कहाँ क्या rules use हुआ है, और इस बात का ध्यान दिया जाए कि question में जो option दिया गया हो उनमे से अन्य option क्यों नही हो सकते और कौन सा option सही है। (मतलब जो option गलत है वो क्यों गलत है और जो ऑप्शन सही है वो क्यों सही है )

  2. Vernacular India is the next big internet wave 400 million non-English speaking Indians will use the internet for the first time UBHODESP

  3. The last decade has seen internet companies in India solve urban problems, mainly owing to the fact that urban India adopted the internet first. Cab sharing, food delivery, home services are all examples of urban Indian problems. The users for which these problems were solved are Indians with the knowledge of English and form less than 10% of the population. 90% of India does not speak English India has 22 official languages with 6,000-plus dialects and 55-plus languages with 1 million-plus speakers. UBHODESP

  4. We are one of the few countries with more than one language. Most large countries such as the US, the UK, Australia and China, have one or two languages spoken across the country. With the internet and smartphone revolution in India and rising aspiration among the masses, there is a need among the next 500 million internet users (India already has 400 million internet users of which more than 300 million prefer local languages) to make progress and harness the power of the internet. UBHODESP

  5. India's internet is about to spiral into one of the largest segments in the world. 400 million new consumers will be using the internet for the firsttime and none of them will be English speaking This will make the language internet user a base of almost 600-700 million users-twice the size of the US population. UBHODESP

  6. The opportunity definitely sounds exciting, but the path to build companies for the next billion users isn't a bed of roses. The founders of the last decade have mainly solved problems that they personally have faced, which isn't easy in itself. Tapping the next billion audiences would require to build through a thorough understanding of a user who behaves very differently from the urban English speaking audience of India This makes it important to have an ability to experiment rapidly and to be comfortable to discard 80% of the experiments. Chinese companies have already started replicating all the platforms that work for the vernacular audience. UBHODESP

  7. Unless there is a strong unique value proposition for the user, making money from them would be very difficult. Companies -will reap rewards in the long term. UBHODESP