Lomad Khan No Vesh
, directed by Bansi Kaul after a Bhavai workshop organized during Karanth's directorship at NSD, 1980.
According to him, fifteen to twenty thousand people cross border daily for trading at Vesh
Mandi established on afghan side.
"alag bhaasha alag vesh
phir bhi apna ek desh, vividhta mein ekta bharat ki visheshta.
Every day between 10,000 and 15,000 Pakistani and Afghan traders cross into Chaman in Balochistan and Vesh
Mandi in Kandhar province of Afghanistan.
) McGrail, 90, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, April 16.
"Jaisa Desh, Waisa Vesh
? Explorations on the Representations of Adivasis in Popular Hindi Cinema." SSAFM 2.2 (2011): 107-18.
For the Burushaski stem ending -i-, the Alb vesh
'to dress', from the same stem, is very indicative, as Orel (1998: 50115 502) derives it from a PAlb *wesja < IE *wosejeti (or *wesejeti ?) (with the IE caus.
Nichiko Niwano, president of the International Buddhist Congregation; Koichi Mori, director, Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions in Japan; Karan Singh, president of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations; Swamy Agni Vesh
of Arya Smaj; and M.M.
' lords, including the bounty hunter of the story, are naturally lesbians ('vesh
' means 'us', marking the primary society in space as Ourland) and endowed with the stock anatomy of successful female predators: the protagonist of 'The Bounty Hounter' is a 'six foot plus, olive skinned, dark haired, yellow-clawed, pissed-off Vesh
Pick-ups filled with blocks of melting ice and bound for Vesh
, a market just across the border, also waited for guards to lower the chain that marks the frontier.