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Reading rootsChandigarh NewslineThe website already has on sale close to 7000 titles across English, Hindi, Marathi and Sanskrit in the e-book as well as hard copy format. ...and more »
IT companies may develop software with Marathi fontsFV Current WavesSo much so that the party has even urged the IT companies to prepare common software for Marathi fonts in order to give global recognition to Marathi. ...and more »
...software for Marathi fonts to give the language a global recognition. "We would like IT firms to develop softwares with Marathi fonts that will be globally accepted,'' said Chavan, while speaking at an IT awards ceremony by the industries department on Friday. ...
The Hindu'IT companies must develop software with Marathi fonts'Times of IndiaOn Friday, chief minister Ashok Chavan asked IT firms to prepare a common software for Marathi fonts to give Marathi global recognition. ...Chief Minister wants to give Marathi language global recognitionIC Tech NewsNeed to review state''s IT policy every year: ChavanIBNLive.comMake software in Marathi: Chavan to IT firmsNDTV.comABCNews.in (blog)all 23 news articles »
...has now joined the fray. On Friday, chief minister Ashok Chavan asked IT firms to prepare a common software for Marathi fonts to give Marathi global recognition. Speaking at an IT awards ceremony by the industries department on Friday, Chavan said, "We...
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...to the Maharashtra Shops and Establishments Act that sought to penalise shopkeepers who didn't display signboards in big, bold Marathi fonts. Though the petition filed by the Federation of Retail Traders' Welfare Association challenging the amendment was...
CXOToday.comE-governance: Taking IT to the GrassrootsCXOToday.com, IndiaThe study on Local Language IT Market in India, conducted for DIT-MAIT, by Frost & Sullivan (F&S) revealed that current market size of the local language applications has remained limited due to lack of universal standards for scripts and fonts; ...
...of Indian languages in Information Technology, software tools and fonts for Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Assamese, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Urdu and Gujarati, have already been released by the DIT, Mr Bhushan, who is actively involved in the development...
...part of a national initiative and to proliferate the use of Indian languages in Information Technology, software tools and fonts for Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Assamese, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Urdu and Gujarati, have already been released...
writing Devnagari characters by hand freehand; the following characters can be copy-n-pasted to form words and sentences, (to use them in MS-Word etc. first change the font currently used by the program to some unicode font like Arial Unicode MS and then start copy-pasting): क ख ग घ ङ च छ ज झ ञ ट ठ ड ढ ण त थ द ध न प फ ब भ म य र ल व श ष स ह क्ष त्र ज्ञ ऄ अ आ इ ई उ ऊ ऍ ऎ ए ऐ ऑ ऒ ओ औ ा ि ी ु ू ॅ ॆ े ै ॉ ॊ ो ौ ् ँ ं ः ़ । ॥
...here. The association went to the Court because MNS was forcibly trying to change the signboards in Marathi and demanded the bigger fonts, he said. While the law says Marathi is compulsory, it does not specify about the font size, he added. The traders are...
...Indian languages in Information Technology. Software Tools and Fonts for Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Assamese, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi and Urdu have been released earlier, as part of this initiative. DIT has initiated Technology Development for...