Google launches 'Navlekha' for Indian language publishers

Posted on:29 Aug 2018 10:42:04
Google launches 'Navlekha' for Indian language publishers
29 August 2018 Current Affairs: At the fourth 'Google for India' event, Google has unveiled Project Navlekhā to help Indian language publishers take their content online.

Navlekhā is a word derived from Sanskrit meaning 'a new way to write.'

The new platform will allow 1.35 lakh Indian publishers to digitise their offline content by creating instant web pages using scanned documents or PDFs.
At the fourth 'Google for India' event, Google has unveiled Project Navlekhā to help Indian language publishers take their content online.

Navlekhā is a word derived from Sanskrit meaning 'a new way to write.'

The new platform will allow 1.35 lakh Indian publishers to digitise their offline content by creating instant web pages using scanned documents or PDFs.

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