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InPage is a word processor and page layout software by Concept Software Pvt. Ltd., an Indian information technology company. It is used for languages such as Urdu, Arabic, Balti, Balochi, Burushaski, Pashto, Persian, Punjabi, Sindhi and Shina under Windows and Apple Mac.
In India, Urdu is an Eighth Schedule language whose status and cultural heritage is recognized by the Constitution of India;   it also has an official status in several Indian states. [note 1]  In Nepal, Urdu is a registered regional dialect  and in South Africa it is a protected language in the constitution.
CRULP (Center for research for Urdu language processing) has been working on phonetic keyboard designs for URDU and other local languages of Pakistan. Their Urdu Phonetic Keyboard Layout v1.1 for Windows is widely used and considered as a standard for typing Urdu on Microsoft platform.
Urdu is the second most popular Wikipedia in Pakistan, behind English. It receives approximately 2 million pageviews in the country, and around 610 thousand in India, as of November 2022.  Milestones timeline [ edit] Users and editors [ edit] Urdu Wikipedia is having approximately 320 contributors per month.
It is the most widely used script in Pakistan being the official script for the national language, Urdu and several regional languages. It also has status as one of the official scripts of the Indian Republic, used as a minority script in the country.
Launched. 14 August 2000. Current status. Online. UrduPoint is an Urdu -language web portal of Pakistan. Launched on August 14, 2000, it is the 6th most visited website in Pakistan and its global rank is 1045 (April 2016 ).  UrduPoint is also partner of digital media company Ziff Davis, a division of J2 Global, to launch Mashable Pakistan.
Hindustani (sometimes called Hindi – Urdu) is a colloquial language and lingua franca of Pakistan and the Hindi Belt of India. It forms a dialect continuum between its two formal registers: the highly Persianized Urdu, and the de-Persianized, Sanskritized Hindi.  Urdu uses a modification of the Persian alphabet, whereas Hindi uses Devanagari.