Posted on May 7, 2008
Filed Under >Manzoor Ali Shah, Culture & Heritage
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27 responses to “Linguistic Diversity in NWFP”

  1. good thinking dear seema saeed

  2. Watan Aziz says:

    There are around 69 languages are spoken in Pakistan, 26 out of these spoken in NWFP, and 12 languages in Chitral district alone.

    And this should be part of the standard text for the social studies.

    We keep reading the wrong books, have wrong information and make wrong decisions. And then we wonder where we are and why?

    Can we respect diversity of peoples, faiths, languages, cultures?