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SINDSpeaker-Independent Name Dialing (telecommunications)
SINDSouthern Indiana Railway, Inc.
sindSingle Data-Memory Operand Using Indirect Addressing
SINDSevere Ischemic Neuronal Damage
SINDSindhi (language of India and Pakistan)
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Speaking on the sidelines of the 37th Session of United Nations Human Rights Session (UNHRC), the Sindhi activists exposed Pakistan's oppressive policies in its Sindh province, which contributes to the 70 percent of the country's GDP.
Sarmad Chandio, a prominent and legendary poet of Sindhi language termed it a creation that has a whiff of fresh air and hoped it would echo for centuries.
Dahar praised the TF and TCF's initiative, terming it a significant leap in quality schooling in Sindhi medium.
Among the projects that Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company has done through the Thar Foundation, the two projects are closer to my heart: bio-saline agriculture in Tharparkar and adopting Sindhi as medium of instruction in schools, Shamsuddin Ahmed Shaikh, who heads both the organizations, said at an agreement ceremony held at Sindhi Language Authority Hyderabad.
He said that it is a matter of pity that we don't teach our children in mother-tongue, Sindhi, whereas, almost all European nations have progressed through adopting their native language as the medium of instruction.
Syed Asaad Ayub Ahmad said the MoU was aimed at developing books in Sindhi and implementing the three-language formula.
He wrote actively for the Sindhi Adabi Sangat and came to be ranked among the pioneers of the Sindhi short story.
He wrote more than 50 books on poetry besides penning biographies, articles and short stories in both Sindhi and Urdu languages.
Sindhi Seva Samiti extended its vision of providing education at an affordable price by starting the Sindhi Seva School & Sindhi Academy of Skills at Hebbal, as a philanthropic gesture to integrate less privileged children into the mainstream of education and continues with a positive response.
He lauded the efforts of WWF and author of dictionary Dr Al Murtaza Dharejo for bringing out pioneering dictionary in Sindhi.
The taxi driver chuckled, and told us that although he was from Gujrat, he too was Sindhi, eliciting happy gasps from all of us.
What would be the future of Sindhi nationalism which has got its roots in one of the greatest civilization existed ever on the face of this planet, the great "Moen jo Daro".
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