Language and Translation in India
on 23 January 2013
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The 3rd International Conference on Translation, Technology and Globalization in Multilingual Context, June 23-26,2012, New Delhi, Jointly organized by Indian Translators Association and linguainda in close cooperation with Punjab Technical University and Instituto Cervantes was successfully concluded on June 26, 2012 creating a new benchmark for translators and interpreters community of India.

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on 18 October 2016
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By Ravi Kumar, Founder, Modlingua Learning, New Delhi 

 

 

Gone are the days when translation used to be practiced as an art by a selected number of intellectuals who used to enjoy literature, and by translating classics they used to offer literary cannons in their local language by giving second life to the original author’s work through translation. In last 30 years, the demand for translation and language related services has increased exponentially, and translation has evolved into a full-fledged profession that requires specialized training and professional orientation. Translation is not only needed for the promotion of literature and cross cultural activities, it has become an essential tool for keeping pace with the globalization phenomenon which is inseparable from technology and localization processes.

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