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Awards and Honours in Current Affairs 2019 with latest winners of various awards in India and world. Current Affairs list of awards and prize won in India and world for 2019.

Hindi Sevi Samman for 2010 and 2011 presented by President Pranab Mukherjee

The President of India Pranab Mukherjee presented the Hindi Sevi Samman for the years 2010 and 2011:

Various Categories included:

 Ganga Sharan Singh Award

(For work in the field of promotion and training of Hindi)

2010:

  • Janhu Barua
  • Padma Sachdev
  • R.F. Nirankatti
  • S.A. Suryanarayan Verma

2011:

  • C Kulchandra Sharma
  • Dr. H. Balasubrahmanium
  • Robin Das
  • T. R. Bhatt

 Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Award

(For work in the field of journalism and creative literature)

2010:

  • Dilip Kumar Chaubey
  • Ravish Kumar

2011:

  • Dr. Shivnarayan
  • Govind Singh

 Atmaram Award

(For work in the field of Science and Technology Literature  and Machinery growth)

2010:

  • Anil Kumar Chaturvedi
  • Kali Shankar

2011:

  • Mahesh D Kulkarni
  • Vijay Kumar Malhotra

 Subramanyam Bharti Award

(For work for promotion of Hindi in constructive or criticism way)

2010:

  • Sudhish Pachauri
  • Dr. Shyam Sundar Dubey

2011:

  • Dilip Singh
  • Nityanand Tiwary

Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan Award

(For work in the field exploration  and research  as well as for description on its journey)

2010:

  • Dr. Parmanand Panchaal
  • Raghuveer Chaudhary

2011:

  • Ashgar Vajahat
  • Ved Rahi

Dr. George Grierson Award

(Awarded to people of foreign origin for promotion and training of Hindi outside India)

2010:

  • Samtoff Azad (Uzbekistan)

2011:

  • JO Kim (South Korea)

Padmabhushan Dr. Moturi Satyanarayan Award

(Awarded to people of Indian origin for promotion and training of Hindi outside India)

2010:

  • Madanlal Madhu (Russia)

2011:

  • Tejendra Sharma (UK)

Noted Kanada writer U.R. Ananthamurthy passes away

Eminent Kannada writer and one of the most heralded public intellectuals in the country, U.R. Ananthamurthy (82) passed away.

He was a contemporary writer and critic in the Kannada language and is considered as one of the path-breakers of the Navya movement.

Awards and Honors:

He was conferred Jnanpith Awardthe highest literary honor in India– for the Kannada language. He is the sixth person among eight recipients of the Jnanpith Award for the Kannada language. In 1998, he was honored with the Padma Bhushan award from the Government of India.

Navya Movement

In the 1950s, a new modernist school of writing called Navya evolved even as the Pragatishila merged back into the Navodaya mainstream. A new (Navya) movement, the Navya Movement (Modernist Movement) was born around 1950. Though formally introduced by V. K. Gokak with his Navya Kavitegalu (“Modern Poems”, 1950), it was Gopalakrishna Adiga who best illustrated the spirit of the movement. Gopalakrishna Adiga is known as the father of this form of expression with his Nadedu Banda Dari (“The Path Traversed”, 1952).

The most effective vehicles of the movement were Poetry and short story. The Navya authors questioned the time-honoured standards of plot of the Navodaya; life was seen not as a pursuit of already existing values, but as an introspective search for them, at times narrated in stream of consciousness technique.

The study of Kannada literature is divided into 3 movements:

  1. Navodaya (1926-47)
  2. Pragatisheela (1945-55)
  3. Navya (1950-75)