Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The sole purpose of the movement for creation of Orissa as a separate province was ‘use of Oriya as official language’ instead of any other language. The province was created on April 1, 1936 comprising majority of … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak Linguistic Survey of India, conducted by Sir George Abraham Grierson, had a great contribution to creation of Orissa as India’s first linguistic State, eleven years ahead of independence. Neither Hindi, nor Bengali nor Telugu could vie with … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The first freedom movement of India – armed revolution begun by Jayee Rajguru in 1803 metamorphosing into the first non-cooperation movement led by Buxi Jagabandhi Bidyadhar Mohapatra in 1817 – had severely mauled the British in the … Read more →
Subhas Chandra Pattanayak The winter session of Orissa Legislative Assembly died an organized death on Thursday. But a danger to the legally Official Language of the State has not been over. People of Orissa are to fight now a new … Read more →
This presentation in the daily broadsheet SARBASADHARAN dated 11 December 2016 deserves attention of whosoever Oriya loves his mother tongue.