Khowar


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Noun1.Khowar - a Dardic language spoken in northwestern Pakistan
Dard, Dardic, Dardic language - any of a group of Indic languages spoken in Kashmir and eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan
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An official of Pashto Academy said that the academy would bring out first primer of Urmari language, a project funded by Fata Secretariat, while the script of Khowar (Chitrali) language had also been evolved.
Hindkowans, Kalash, Ismailis, Burusho, Brahui, Khowar, Shina, Turwalis and Dardic etc), tribal people of Potohar Region and the tribal people of Kyber Pukhtunkhwa province.
Treasury Department also designated Abdullah Khowar and Salem al-Kawary, both of whom live in Qatar, accusing them of providing "financial and logistical support" to al-Qaeda.
Being a qualitative case study, the research focused on the students representing the four indigenous language groups: Balti, Burushaski, Khowar, and Shina, studying at the University of Karachi.
Highlighting the performance of Gandhara Hindko Board, he revealed that GHB is successfully publishing nine different magazines including Hindkowaan Sarkhel, Hindko Adab, Taray, Gandhara Voice, Hindkowaan Times, Chini Khana, Hindkowaan Online, Mother and Khowar Nama on weekly and quarterly basis.
PESHAWAR -- Launching an ambitious program to promote regional languages, Gandhra Hindku Board (GHB) has published eighth edition of Khowar Nama, a magazine in Chitrali language.
PESHAWAR -- Launching an ambitious program to promote regional languages, Gandhra Hindku Board (GHB) has published eight edition of Khowar Nama, a magazine in Chitrali language.
The present study was carried out to analyze acoustic differences between the male and female speakers of Khowar language in the area of English lexical stress after they had studied it for one month.
4) For Kalasha and Khowar DeLancey cites Bashir (1988a and 1988b).
The other smaller ethnic groups include Turwalis, Kafiristanis, Burusho, Hindko, Brahui, Kashmiris, Khowar, Shina, and the Kalsh, etc.
Surprisingly they broadcast in thirty four languages: Urdu, Hindko, Sinhala, Balochi, Seraiki, Potowari, Nepali, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Kohistani, Khowar, Kashmiri, Sindhi, Dhatki, Gojri, Pahari, Burushaski, Balti, Shina, Wakhi, Hazargi, Brahvi, English, Chinese, Dari, Persian, Punjabi, Pashto, Gujarati and even Tamil.
There are also smaller ethnic groups such as the Kashmiris, Hindkowans, Kalash, Burusho, Brahui, Khowar, Shina, Balti, and Turwalis, which are mainly found in the northern parts of the country.