Telugu language is the third-largest language in the world after English and Chinese.
It has been around since the 12th century, and it has an estimated 6 million speakers in the country, mostly in the north of the country.
It is spoken in the western region of Assam, where the Assam government has a long-standing claim to its linguistic roots.
But it has also become a hotbed of conflict with India.
It’s a language that has a lot of stories, and a lot to say.
In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular Telugu titles.
Telugu is spoken across the north-western part of the Indian subcontinent, where it is the main language.
There are around 8 million speakers of Telugu in the Indian states of Assamese, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura.
The region is home to many cultural and ethnic groups that are deeply intertwined with the language.
There are also some Telugu-speaking communities in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Indonesia and the Philippines.
There’s a long history of language conflict between these countries, as their respective governments have been trying to eradicate it.
Many of these countries have also adopted the “one-nation-language” policy in which every other country has to follow.
The result has been a huge number of languages in these countries.
The “one nation-language policy” is a form of state-sponsored language control.
In the words of Wikipedia, “the policy is intended to control the use of one or more languages and to ensure that the language is understood by the public”.
The government has been pushing for a one-nation language policy for years.
But the policy has proved ineffective in most cases.
In fact, a recent study by the Centre for Research on Democracy found that it has been unable to curb the spread of Teluguese and Portuguese, both of which have become more popular in the past few years.
It’s not just languages.
The government also tries to make it difficult for people to speak different languages in the same place.
This has happened in India and other countries where it’s difficult to find a language in a particular place.
For example, many Hindi-speaking cities in the United States have adopted the Hindi-language standard, the US-mandated standard, and many other countries have adopted an unofficial standard.
The reason is that some countries don’t want their languages to get lost in the shuffle of the language wars.
But even in these cases, there’s always the risk that language-specific laws could be enacted and that languages would be lost forever.
For instance, some states have adopted a law that says it’s illegal to use Hindi in schools or public places, even though the US government has endorsed the standard.
Another common way that the government tries to restrict language use is by blocking schools from allowing students to study with non-English-speaking peers.
But these restrictions are usually enforced in a way that doesn’t allow them to be challenged by parents or students.
There is a certain amount of cultural and linguistic diversity in Telugas world, and its not uncommon to see Telugu speakers speaking in Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi and Bengali.
The languages have their own distinct way of thinking and a history of conflict, as well as having their own set of rules and customs.
But Telugu is not just a language.
It also has an enormous number of stories.
Telugu can be divided into six categories: folk languages, spoken language, spoken script, written language, and spoken religion.
Some of the folk languages include: Balukkal, Marwari, Kaithal, Pali, Thumali, and Bhaskar.
The main language of Assams people is Telugu.
But there are a lot more dialects and languages in Assameses than in other parts of the world.
For a list of the languages spoken in Assam in 2016, see the map below.
This article was originally published on September 11, 2018 and updated on November 2, 2018.