Pushtu


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Pushtu:

see PashtoPashto
, Pushtu
, or Afghan,
language belonging to the Iranian group of the Indo-Iranian subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. See Indo-Iranian languages.
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(2) The Rules of Jihad established for Mujahideen by the Leadership of Afghanistan Islamic Emirates, Pushtu translation.
Among the 61 language services, in SAARC region, we present radio services in seven local languages (Nepali, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Sinhala, Bengalese and Pushtu) plus English and Chinese.
Two of these are the official languages of the country, Pushtu and Persian.
The second vehicle, this time a large truck we called "Burbahayka" from Pushtu "buru bahai" which means something like "let's go," would not repeat the fate of the first one and stopped short of the opening, letting a small force of enemy fighters disembark to join in the fight.
Afghan Pushtu saw an astounding growth curve, from zero enrollments in 2006 to 95 in 2009.
A former CNN International producer who had studied a little bit of the Pushtu language, she was hired by the U.S.
At Fort Jackson, S.C., new soldiers complete Basic Combat Training with soldiers who are native interpreters and translators in Arabic, Pushtu, Kurdish, or Persian.
(SOUNDBITE) (Pushtu) SEEMA AN AFGHAN REFUGEE SAYING: "We are suffering due to evere cold.
The focus on a potentially disastrous long war against the Taliban and their Pushtu sympathizers in Helmand province in Afghanistan is already moving to negotiations and an exit strategy.
officials had been inside Afghanistan for a decade." How could they be well prepared when no CIA officers spoke Persian, Dari, or Pushtu? "I was flooded with email appeals from American companies hired by the U.S.
Languages: Urdu (national and official), English, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushtu, Baloch, Hindko, Brahui, Saraiki (Punjabi variant).
He speaks English and French and has knowledge of Russian, Farsi, Dari, Pushtu, Arabic, Latvian, Spanish and Albanian.