Should Hindi Be An Official Language At The UN?

Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj and Thiruvanathapuram lawmaker Shashi Tharoor spar over a proposal to make Hindi an official language at the United Nations.

01/06/2018 3:00 AM
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  • Soumyajit A.
    01/06/2018 03:31

    dekhe fele6is tao BJP r bal boka abar dakh

  • Arhat S.
    01/06/2018 03:51

    In UN , An INDIAN LANGUAGE have to enter as an official language cause India's population is 15 to 20 % of total world population.... And India is that type of country which always supports every nice country and PEACE , and always obeys UNO's all decisions.....

  • Shubham K.
    01/06/2018 03:54

    , that's where all the resources get used up

  • Parmesharsingh S.
    01/06/2018 03:59

    . . .

  • Prajith V.
    01/06/2018 04:05

    Sasi tharoor😍

  • Vikrant K.
    01/06/2018 04:06

    Shashi best

  • Shwetank S.
    01/06/2018 04:07

    Unwanted debate...-_- Waiting for some tamillian to explain properly 😂

  • Tejas P.
    01/06/2018 04:07

    I bet sushma didn't understand his accent and English..

  • Gaurav S.
    01/06/2018 04:08

    Rajbhasa means official language not national language. Translation is not properly done in this video.

  • Var N.
    01/06/2018 04:09

    Dont impose hindi on us!

  • James J.
    01/06/2018 04:09

    I think the government should take interest in discussing some useful topics rather than useless things especially when it comes to the usage of tax money

  • Mani M.
    01/06/2018 04:10

    We have farmer committing suicide jobless youth crumbling health system that's govt. Should be spending there resources not promoting Hindi.

  • Md K.
    01/06/2018 04:11

    Even half of the Indians dont speak hindi,local languages bring more pride than hindi And if Hindi has to be promoted 1st promote it in India ,by making it mandatory in the private sectors ,if not for client interaction then atleast for intra office interactions When the government of one of the states of India is not ready to put the metro station names in hindi,is India really taking pride in speaking hindi ?

  • M. S.
    01/06/2018 04:22

    So, non-Hindi speakers and non-native speakers of Hindi would be second-class citizens of India under BJP rule.

  • Neha M.
    01/06/2018 04:31

    watch it full

  • Ratul D.
    01/06/2018 04:36

    It's an irony, her calling him ignorant while propagating the ignorance of calling Hindi as India's national language. Tells a lot about this government!

  • Mukesh D.
    01/06/2018 04:38

    Get lost Hindi ...jai matrubhasha

  • Akilan R.
    01/06/2018 04:40

    What the shit. If two non indian countries speak Hindi, then what about Tamil being spoken/official language in more than 5 non indian counties ?

  • Ashwini M.
    01/06/2018 04:40

    Agree with Dr. Tharoor..Hes the one who spoke sense!

  • Milan S.
    01/06/2018 04:43

    Fijian Hindi is one of 3 official Languages of Fiji. It is mix of Bhojpuri & Awadhi as most of the labourer were from U.P, Bihar.