Judges honoured

Kannada Development Authority (KDA) chairman L. Hanumanthaiah on Saturday urged the State government to come out with a new education policy that will enable the implementation of Kannada as a compulsory first language from classes I to X in all schools.

Tamil Nadu model

At a programme organised by the KDA to felicitate 48 judges who delivered judgments in Kannada, Mr. Hanumanthaiah suggested that it could be on the lines of Tamil Nadu model. He also wanted Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to pressure the Centre to come out with a national language policy.

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