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GujGujarat (India)
GujGujrati (language)
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According to Raniga, promoting education will be another aim for the society in the coming year as the Society strives to set up a scholarship for Gujrati Canadian youth.
Majority of the residents are Urdu and Gujrati speaking.
The protest was led by Anwer Mallah, Jetho, Faqeero Gujrati, Mushtaque Punjabi, Chaman and others which was participated by a large number of the employees.
Secretary, Jetho, Faqeero Gujrati, Mushtaque Punjabi, Chaman and others which was participated by huge number of men, women and children.
Mufti Ghulam Mustafa Rizvi, Syed Saeed Ahmed Shah Gujrati, Hafiz Mahmood Tahir Ashrafi, Allama Muhammad Yousaf Awan, Mian Abdul Baki and Mufti Muhammad Ibrahim Qadri and Muhammad Mushtaq Kalota were retired in Jan last, while Allama Muhammad Amin Shahidi, Maulana Fazal Ali and Dr Mufti Muhammad Idrees Somroo had completed their tenure in March.
We also have Punjabi, Gujrati and Rajasthani food for people thronging the festival.
14 -- Samsung's Galaxy range of smartphones and tablets will now come with support for content and user interface in as many as nine Indian languages namely Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Gujrati, Marathi, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.
ISLAMABAD, June 23 -- Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) is working for the promotion of Urdu and all Pakistani languages, said PAL Chairman Fakhar Zaman at the launching of ceremony of a Gujrati language book titled 'Intekhab Pakistani Adab 1947-2008'.
Later the police arrested a suspect identified as Arshad in a raid in Gujrati Para area while another raid was carried out at the residence of Rashid alias dancer but he was not found at home.
In a televised address in Gujrati, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed for calm and emphasised that all issues can be resolved through talks.
Wikipedia wants to tap into India's growing Internet population, by creating more pages in local languages, such as Hindi, Marathi and Gujrati, the BBC reports.