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Rema Nagarajan (Times of India Reporter)
52% of India’s urban youth are now bilingual, 18% speak three languages.

NEW DELHI: Young Indians are more multilingual than their elder generation with about half the urban population aged 15 to 49 years speaking two languages and about a sixth being trilingual. In rural India, about a quarter in the same age group are bilingual. The higher the age group, the lesser the proportion of people who know more than one language whether in rural or urban India. Recently released census data also shows that the gender gap on this count is narrowing both in urban and rural India.

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