Pushto


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Pushto

(ˈpʌʃtəʊ) or

Pushtu

n, adj
1. (Languages) variant spellings of Pashto
2. (Peoples) variant spellings of Pashto
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LAHORE -- Six Pakistani movies (two each Urdu, Punjabi and Pushto) will be released on Eid.
Zarsanga, also known as the desert queen of Pushto music, performed in many countries.
Similarly, in Sindhi poetry, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Award was given to Adal Soomro on hisbook 'Neroli Jo Khwab'; in Sindhi prose, Mirza Qaleech Baig Award was given to Badal Jamali on his book Awelo Musafir; in Pushto poetry, Khushhal Khan Khattak Award was given to Rawail Khan Rawail on his book 'Sadaf Ke Malgharey'; in Pushto prose, Ajmal Khan Khattak Award was given to Abdul Karim Baryale on his book Pa Monr Ke Zandeeq Nishta.
In Pushto Poetry, Khushhal Khan Khattak Award is announced for Rawail Khan Rawail for his book 'Sadaf Ke Malghari.' In Pushto Prose, Muhammad Ajmal Khan Khattak Award is given to Abdul Karim Baryale for his book 'Pa Monr Ke Zandeeq Nishta.' Balochi Poetry Mast Tawakli Award is given to Ahmad Zuhair for his book 'Zapaten Zuhair.'
Zamung Kor (ZK), which means 'our home' in Pushto, is a creative project in which children from among the most challenged segments of society are afforded an opportunity to live in a healthy environment and learn from trained and competent professionals.
He was well conversant with Pushto, Arabic, Persian, Urdu, English and other languages.
The poem is written by Rahmat Shah Sayel in Pushto, a regional language in Pakistan, titled 'To the Malala of the Maiwand on her rebirth'.
CEC inquired form his counsel ' Pervez Khattak has delivered speech in Pushto. Have you heard it.
However, speakers of the Pushto and Seraiki languages have increased over the past 19 years.
He said this while addressing the silver jubilee celebrations of Pushto language journal Leekwal at Watan Kor.
He worked in Urdu, Pushto and Hindko plays and shot to fame in the '90s with a comedy sketch in which he read satirical poetry using the famous refrain "Ab main bolon ke na bolon." He was admitted to the hospital a week before his death.
Pushto seminar: The University of Malakand Pushto department on Tuesday arranged a daylong seminar on \'Relation of Pushtoon and Mughals\' which was attended by varsity teachers and students.