(ರಾ ಸು ಮೇಟಿಕುರ್ಕೆ (talk) , 3 August 2011 (UTC)) ರಾ ಸು ಮೇಟಿಕುರ್ಕೆ Thank you, "artha madkondiddikke dhanyavadagalu; Wikipedia aadharavannagi tagolabaradu" because other articles are rarely seen as a standard.Please read the Karnataka Official Languages Act 1963, where it is mentioned that though Kannada is the "official language" (so called), English is also to be used for official purposes.My context in this proposal is my part in the 'Adding link to orphaned article, Wikiproject Orphanage: You can help! The AMmollusc (talk) , 24 February 2011 (UTC) Disagree. .128 (talk) , 24 March 2011 (UTC) I tried reading the talk archives to see why it was being semi-protected, but didn't see a reason. 184.108.40.206 (talk) , 19 April 2011 (UTC) Today Belgaum has become a controversial issue as Maharashtra too, rightly claims to be its part owing to 80% Marathi speaking population.Meenal Kulk (talk) , (UTC) Not done - Please specify exactly what you want to change in the article.English is offcourse official language,all documentation can be done in english according to official language rule of Karnataka.Truth trumps (talk) , 14 March 2016 (UTC) KARNATAKA ACT No.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Dravidian civilizations, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Dravidian civilizations on Wikipedia.
ರಾ ಸು ಮೇಟಿಕುರ್ಕೆ First of all, cool down; "samvidhaanada bagge ashtu high-level maatu kathe beda".
Explanation.- In this section, 'local authority" includes a statutory corporation established by or under a law made by the State Legislature with respect to any of the matters enumerated in List II of the Seventh schedule to the Constitution, and a co- operative society registered under the Karnataka Co-operative Societies Act, 1959 (Karnataka Act 11 of 1959) I would like to re-iterate Kannada is the one and only official language of KARNATAKA. Hence Please remove ENGLISH from the heading Official Language of Karnataka.
I would also like you to know that I have been an active contributor to Kannada Wiktionary and have contribution of nearly 70,000 edits for the last 2 years.
This article is written in Indian English (colour, travelled, centre, analysed, defence), and some terms used in it may be different or absent from other varieties of English.
According to the relevant style guide, this should not be changed without broad consensus.
As far as Official language of Karnataka is concerned it is only KANNADA and nothing else.