Special Correspondent

HYDERABAD: The Mysore-based Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL), a Government of India research institute of Indian languages, has offered to collaborate with the State Official Languages Commission or the Telugu University to develop a website for Telugu language.

Responding to a request made by Official Languages Commission Chairman A. B. K. Prasad to develop a website for Telugu language on the lines of the one evolved and launched for Kannada language, Udaya Narayana Singh, director, CIIL, said a database for classical Telugu language would have to be prepared first before developing the website.