This book consists of two parts. Part I argues that Indian Government is putting the safety, health and welfare of non-Hindi peoples at risk by providing important safety and health information in English and Hindi only (not in people's mother tongue) and posting officials who do not know the state language in non-Hindi states. Several examples are presented in the 7 articles of Part I.
You can be certain that if Indian Government touches something, Hindi imposition and Hindi imperialism will immediately follow. Fortunately computer technology development and Internet were out of the hands of Indian government to a great extent. Whenever Indian Government could control something on the Internet, Hindi hegemony follows immediately. Some examples are presented in the 4 articles of Part II.