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Why Should the river dispute be discussed on this page? Chirags 05:48, 4 September 2005 (UTC)
Ganapti: I do not understand why you have wholesale reverted my edits which were adding clarity to the article. The article was labeled as citing no authority and I have added a good deal of relevant citations from Dravidian linguistics. Please restritc your edits to specific statements. Thank you. Periannan Chandrasekaran 14:37, 21 July 2007 (UTC)
The origin of Kannada and Telugu scripts are discussed in detail in Talk:Telugu script and currently under dispute. I request you to participate in that discussion and not to make any changes to any article discussing the issue till the dispute is resolved. Once the matter reaches a consensus, we'll change accordingly in all articles. Note that Bh.Krishnamurthi is not the only scholar and there are number of other scholars who express opposite opinions. We have to be careful not to give WP:UNDUE to one scholar's stance. Gnanapiti 17:18, 21 July 2007 (UTC)
Gnapti: Thanks for trying to edit specific portions. No coming to the Scripts section, if you wish to give importance to other scholars it is gladly welcome and you please simply add their statements too here to give multiple learned opinions on the subject. But you please do not erase all scholarly citations so as to simply let only your unsupported opinion remain. So again if you have other supporting *scholarly* claims please add them here. Moreover if you think there is another place which is serving as the main place for Telugu script origin, then please do not have anything on it here at all especially it is not a published scholarly claim. So either you remove yours completely or let other statements be here or let us simply make the section point to Telugu Script article. I will do that right now. As any way scripts are very irrelevant and then we will have to talk about the scripts of other members of the Tamil-Kannada branch also: Tamil, Malayalam and so on Periannan Chandrasekaran 18:57, 21 July 2007 (UTC)