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Digital Divide of Dogri Language
Dogri language is the most prominent language of the J&K and now has also become the official language of the J&K. In this paper the challenges before the Dogri language have been discussed. The challenges such as development of the text process Machine translation (MT), text processing tools, spell checkers, stemmers, morph analyzers etc., has been discussed. The initiatives taken by the govt. of India for managing the digital divide of the Dogri language has also been discussed.
Digital Divide, Dogri Dogri, Internet, Languages.
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