1. The First ever Creative Commons event in Telugu: Ten Telugu Books Re-released Under CC

    Telugu is one of the 22 scheduled languages of the Republic of India (Bhārat Gaṇarājya) and is the official language of the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and the Union Territory district of Yanam. In India alone Telugu is spoken by 100 million people and is estimated to have 180 million speakers around the world. The government of India declared Telugu a Classical language in 200... Read more

  2. Odia language gets a new Unicode font converter

    It’s been over a decade since Unicode standard was made available for Odia script. Odia is a language spoken by roughly 33 million people in Eastern India, and is one of the many official languages of India. ... Read more

  3. Wikipedia & Education – A Model from Malayalam Wikipedia

  4. ‘Bonti Projjwollon’ – Lighting lamps to celebrate 10 years of Assamese Wikipedia!

  5. Kerala hosts WikiSangamolsavam: first Indic Wikiconference!

  6. Wiki women joining Indic languages