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Flipkart’s paid music download store “Flyte” gets online,offers wide range of songs in different languages including Angika

New Delhi: Internet growth could easily be recorded with the increasing online transaction. While, looking after these things one among the renowned shopping website Flipkart.Com has introduced an online low cost paid music store named“FLYTE”. Flipkart-Flyte offers wide range of songs in different languages: Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Malayalam, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Rajasthani, Oriya, Sanskrit, Konkani, Urdu, Assamese, Angika, Awadhi, Bundeli, Chhattisgarhi, Garhwali, Haryanvi, Himachali, Kashmiri, Khortha, Kumaoni, Maarwari, Magadhi, Maithili, Manipuri, Naga, Nepali, Pali, Sambalpuri, Sindhi, Italian, Spanish, French, Swedish. Flipkart-Flyte website has been designed with an aim to offer the best and easy navigation. Website has been divided into different category page: Digital Store | Bestsellers | Bollywood Hits | International Hits | Regional Hits Along with this Flipkart’s online music download store – Flyte allow you to download a Single song starting at Rs 6 and albums at Rs 25. Songs.Pk, one of the illegal music download website has… Read More

आठवीं सूची में शामिल हो अंगिका

भागलपुर, अंग मुक्ति दल जिला इकाई के तत्वाधान में मंगलवार को बाल विकास विद्यालय परिसर में अंग दिवस समारोह का आयोजन किया गया। समारोह का उद्घाटन जिलाध्यक्ष नारायण ने दीप प्रज्वलित कर किया। इस मौके पर आचार्य भास्करानंद अवधूत के संदेश का विमोचन भी किया गया। वक्ताओं ने कहा कि किसान और मजदूर संगठित हो जाए तो अंग मुक्ति दल काफी मजबूत हो जाएगा। अंगिका भाषा को आठवीं सूची में सरकार को शामिल करनी होगी। साथ ही अंगवासी अपने सुरक्षा के लिए तैयार रहे। इसके अलावा संगठन के मजबूती पर विस्तार से चर्चा किया गया। कार्यक्रम में केन्द्रीय सदस्य रामकुण्ड ठाकुर परिहार, उपाध्यक्ष अर्जुन शर्मा, सचिव श्रीलाल राणा, प्रवक्ता एएम तब्बसूम, अर्जुन राय, संतलाल राय सहित काफी संख्या में सदस्य उपस्थित थे। संबंधित अंगिका समाचार पढ़ऽ / Read similar Angika News :झारखंड कर्मचारी चयन आयोग (जे.एस.एस.सी)- टी.जी.टी.…क्या आज प्रधानमंत्री अंगिका को अष्टम अनुसूची में…अंगिका को अष्टम अनुसूची में शामिल करने की आनाकानी समझ से परेफीफा… Read More

Qawwali singer mesmerizes all

PATNA: Bachcha Nasim Kausar, a nationally-acclaimed, Bhagalpur-based Qawwali singer, enthralled the audience with his scintillating performance here on Saturday. The divine music wafted through the corridors of Patna high court as Ustad Kausar and his group took the centre stage to regale the audience with sufiana-qawwali rendition – ‘Ninad Aab- e-Hayat’ – organized by the Takshila Educational Society in collaboration with Delhi Public School on the high court mazar premises. As the evening progressed, the intense tempo and mellifluous renditions of ‘Hazrat Ali Manqabat – Hazrat Ali karam’ and ‘Khwaja Gharib Nawaz ki Manqabat’ mesmerized the audience. The ghazal ‘Aa dil main tujhe rakh lu…’ was enjoyed by all. His performance having the central theme of love, devotion and longing were received with applause by the audience. The universal nature of Sufi philosophy together defined by the group’s soulful renditions mesmerized all those present. Earlier talking to TOI, Ustad Kausar said, “I have been performing… Read More

Identity of language

How can I ever forget February 21 – a day smeared in the blood of my brothers? It’s a day that evokes very strong emotions. Because, it was not just a movement for getting official recognition for Bangla from the erstwhile Central Government of Pakistan, it became an assertion of Bengali nationalist identity and set East and West Pakistan on a collision course that eventually led to the birth of Bangladesh. And thebhasha andolan (language movement) also inspired development and celebration of Bangla literature, arts and culture, thus having a major impact on Bengali society at large. February 21, which was recognized by Unesco as International Mother Language Day at its session in November, 1999, is a national holiday in Bangladesh where lakhs of people congregate at iconic Shahid Minar in Dhaka – and its replicas across the country – to pay respects to the martyrs of the movement who were killed in police firing… Read More

मिलन के बहाने अंगिका समाज हुआ एकजुट

जमशेदपुर : मिलन समारोह के बहाने अंगिका समाज को एकजुट करने का प्रयास सफल रहा। रविवार को केबुल मैदान में मिलन समारोह का आयोजन किया गया था। इसमें बांका (बिहार) के विधायक जावेद इकबाल अंसारी मुख्य रूप से उपस्थित थे जबकि ईचागढ़ के विधायक अरविंद सिंह बतौर विशिष्ट अतिथि मौजूद रहे। अतिथियों के अतिरिक्त संघ के संरक्षक सह बिल्डर एसोसिएशन के अध्यक्ष कौशल कुमार सिंह, उद्यमी अजय सिंह, कांग्रेस के जिला अध्यक्ष रविन्द्र झा, सेवानिवृत्त जज सारंगधर सिंह, एमएन झा, शालिग्राम यादव, पार्षद लक्ष्मी देवी, अनिता देवी, शशि भूषण सिंह व मुकेश ने दीप प्रज्जवलित कर कार्यक्रम का शुभारंभ किया। मुख्य अतिथि जावेद इकबाल अंसारी ने कहा कि कोल्हान में तीन लाख से ज्यादा लोग अंगिका भाषा-भाषी हैं। संघ के माध्यम से अंगिका समाज को गोलबंद करना है। उन्होंने समाजहित में काम करने व जरूरतमंदों को मदद करने पर जोर दिया। इस दौरान भागलपुर आकाशवाणी के कलाकार बलवीर सिंह बग्गा एंड ग्रुप द्वारा प्रस्तुत सांस्कृतिक… Read More

Deoghar to get airport

New Delhi: The Hindu holy town of Deoghar in Jharkhand will soon figure on the country’s air map as the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has decided to set up an airport there. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was recently signed by AAI and Jharkhand for establishing an airport in Deoghar. It was signed in the presence of AAI chairman VP Agarwal and Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda. Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda. Image courtesy PIB “As per the MoU, the AAI would develop an airport in Deoghar, initially for ATR-72-type aircraft operations and subsequently for A-321-type of aircraft operations depending upon the demand and traffic potential,” the AAI said in a statement today. Earlier, the AAI had said in a statement that the pact was signed between it and the Jharkhand government on 16 February for development of airports in Jamshedpur and Bokaro. Jharkhand had later denied signing of the pact for Jamshedpur and… Read More

Language divide rocks House, official status row breaks out : demanding to grant second language status to Angika, Bhojpuri, Maghi and Maithili

Ranchi: A deep linguistic fault-line divided legislators of Jharkhand State Assembly on the last day of the Winter Session on Friday with voices raised in acrimony and some legislators complaining of  language chauvinism. Congress legislator KN Tripathi moved a ‘call attention motion’, criticising the Government for not granting second language status to four languages — Maithili, Bhojpuri, Maghi and Angika — after it promised, during the Monsoon Session, to look into the matter. Supporting Tripathi’s point, Assembly Speaker CP Singh, who was more vocal than the others, said, “The Government will have to explain its position on this matter. Jharkhand has sizeable presence of these linguistic communities at about 20 lakh, no less. There are a large number of Bhojpuri speaking MLAs.” Raising their hands, around a dozen MLAs from both the Treasury and the Opposition responded to Singh’s call. There was pandemonium and heated argument as AJSU MLAs including Deputy CM Sudesh Mahto, Congress… Read More

सांसद ने रखी अंगिका को आठवीं सूची में डालने की मांग

भागलपुर: शुक्रवार को संसद में भाषाओं को अष्टम सूची में शामिल करने बाबत हुई चर्चा में सांसद शाहनवाज हुसैन ने अंगिका भाषा को आठवीं सूची में शामिल करने की मांग सरकार से की। उन्होंने कहा कि सरकार को अंगिका भाषा को आठवीं सूची में डालने की कोशिश करनी चाहिए। शाहनवाज हुसैन ने कहा कि भागलपुर प्रमंडल, कोसी प्रमंडल और झारखंड में गोड्डा के लोग अंगिका भाषा बोलते हैं। साथ ही अंगिका भाषा के साथ मंजूषा कला भी जुड़ी हुई है। लेकिन सरकार आठ वर्षो से किसी भी भाषा को शामिल नहीं करने की जिद पर अड़ी हुई है। जब अटल बिहारी बाजपेयी सरकार में थे तब उन्होंने कई भाषाओं को आठवीं सूची में डाला था। उन्होंने सरकार से लोगों की भावनाओं को समझने की भी अपील की। उन्होंने कहा कि ममता बनर्जी जब रेल मंत्री थी उस वक्त मेरे अनुरोध पर उन्होंने भागलपुर-यशवंत एक्सप्रेस का नाम बदलकर अंग एक्सप्रेस रख दिया।   संबंधित अंगिका समाचार… Read More

Efforts on for govt recognition of Angika

PATNA: A delegation of the Anga Utthan Andolan Samiti (AUAS) on Saturday submitted a memorandum at Raj Bhawan, reiterating its demand that governor Devanand Konwar take steps as he deemed proper for government recognition to Angika language spoken in 15 eastern Bihar districts spread on both the sides of the Ganga. Earlier, AUAS chief for Bihar and Jharkhand Gautam Suman had met the governor on July 12, after ending his six-day ‘amaran anshan (fast-unto-death)’ that was held on the eve of the monsoon session of the state legislature. The governor had assured the Suman-led AUAS delegation to give a hearing someday after the visit of vice-president Hamid Ansari to attend a cultural function here. “Today, we submitted a memorandum at Raj Bhawan for his perusal. We reminded the governor of his assurance and also requested him to consider our pleas that we had made before him on July 12,” Suman said.   Prior to this,… Read More

Governor assures for government protection to Angika Language

Patna : Bihar governor Devanand Konwar on Monday assured a three-member delegation of Anga Utthan Andolan Samiti (AUAS) to give a considered thought to its demands regarding government protection to Angika language. The AUAS delegation that called on the governor at Raj Bhawan on the day consisted of AUAS chief for Bihar and Jharkhand Gautam Suman and its two central general secretaries. The delegation consisted of AUAS’ Bihar-Jharkhand chief Gautam Suman and its central general secretaries Jayant Jalad and Shyam Sundar Karna. They submitted a memorandum to the governor who, according to them, said that he would invite them for detailed talks on the matter after the visit of Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Tuesday. “The governor gave a patient hearing to our demands regarding the protection and promotion of Angika language. It is spoken in 15 districts across the Ganga river in Bihar and six districts of Santhal Pargana division in Jharkhand,” Jalad said. Suman… Read More

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