iEARN Featured in Express Buzz

2 1 2009 Express Buzz
"Namaste Ji. Well, it’s not a far­mer greeting the village headmaster on the side of a dusty pathway in his Uttar Pradesh village. These two words of greeting come on your telephone receiver in the US — and even when the caller is from any of the country’s 50 states. It’s not mouthed in some mock-respect tone either. For, it’s a call from a band of volunteers at HindiUSA. No fancied English conversations with them, until you forcefully express your inability to follow. A slice of Talibanism? Not at all. Just passionate nationalism. One that has led to introduction of Hindi as an elective language in the curriculum of two high schools in New Jersey — since September 2008."

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