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Language Planning, Policy and Implementation in South Africa By Atheer Lateef.

and can be comprehended within the discourse of language politics and society or the more informal but powerful political and social aspects / (a) All languages commonly used by communities in South Africa, including German, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Portuguese, Tamil, Telegu and Urdu (b) Arabic, Hebrew, Sankrit and other/ recognition, protection & promotion. African languages are positively associated with tradition and culture. Ethnicity is a symbol of individual’s identity and intimate social relations. /


Abhishek Kumar – 9401 Prerna Dawda - 9404. A little introduction on Dainik Bhaskar. Dainik Bhaskar group - India’s largest newspaper group. Did you know?

pursuant to the demerger of publishing business of Writers and Publishers Limited (WPL ). AHA! Zindagi’ Magazine launched in Gujarati Language. 2007 Continued...: DB Corp Ltd. played an integral role as an exclusive partner to New7wonders and its efforts / Caters to local Gujarati speaking people. Targets an age group of 35 and above. Covers politics, religion and culture, so specifically targeted at culturally conscious and the middle class to the upper middle class sections of the society in Gujarat. DNA/


A Study of Diversity in England. BBC News Online - Some Views For a long time the UK has been a multicultural state composed of England, Northern Ireland,

multicultural state composed of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and also a multicultural society... made up of a diverse range of cultures and identities, and one that emphasizes the need for a continuous process of mutual engagement/ Immigrant languages : Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (5,000), Bengali (400,000), Eastern Panjabi (471,000), Estonian (14,000), Greek (200,000), Gujarati (140,000), Hakka Chinese (10,000), Hebrew (8,000), Hindi (240), Italian (200,000), Japanese (12,000), Judeo-Iraqi Arabic/


Teaching Heritage Speakers: Melding theory and practice Maria M. Carreira California State University, Long Beach.

heritage language learners) of that HL (heritage language) and HC (heritage culture) (Hornberger and Wang, 2008, p. 27) Broad definition Narrow definition/ HL learners Knowledge of language Family Community The educational system The larger society Factors in heritage language development Age of acquisition of English (ages 4/) Hindi 100: 16 students from five different language backgrounds; Hindi/Urdu (7); Gujarati (4); Punjabi (2);Telugu (2); Marathi (1) General definition Language specific definition/


Hindu civilization has a longest history with continuity, the longest and the oldest amongst the great civilisation of the world. Traditional knowledge.

the civilisation for thousands of years. The society also resisted Portuguese, Dutch, French and British. With these entire onslaughts, we are the only surviving civilisation with continuity of dharmic, cultural, social and spiritual ethos whereas other civilisation /question. Mr Bahramji Malabari is publishing at Bombay (India Spectator) translation of my Hebert Lectures in Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, etc. He is very anxious to find a scholar to translate them into Sanskrit. One translation was/


SYMPOSIUM LANGUAGE ISSUES IN ENGLISH-MEDIUM UNIVERSITIES ACROSS ASIA UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG JUNE 8-9, 2006.

Pidgins Halbi = Convergence of Chattisgarhi, Oriya and Marathi Malwi= Rajasthani and Gujarati Saurashtri= Convergence of Gujarati and Tamil (unrelated languages) Kupwar dialect= shows features of Kannada, Marathi/ia a problem (d) English continues to be the status symbol in society Language for higher education English in higher education was viewed as India’/Indians: More than 60% informants considered them to be sensitive to Indian culture and they also perceived them to be progressive and honest. There is /


EXAMINATION REFORMS AND SCHOOL BASED COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION.

. = 54 / 60 x 100 = 90 A student gets 28 marks in Gujarati. A student gets 28 marks in Gujarati. In the class that is the minimum marks. In the class that is the/ - 2A – 1 Activities 1.Sports (Any two) Section - 2A – 2 Activities 1.Cultural / Literary / Social (Any two) Areas 1.Life Skills 2.Attitudes 3.Values ART EDUCATION /Education Health and Physical Education School Logo GUJARAT REFINERY ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL (Managed by The Society of St. Basil) Jawaharnagar P.O., Dist:- Vadodara -391 320 Phone : 0265/


The Magazine Sector. The Beginning The 1980s saw a boom in the publication of magazines in India, not only in English but in the major Indian languages.

an exception though. India Today (with editions in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Gujarati) was challenged by Outlook and The Week, and later by Hard News, Alive/ 5 members are nominated from the two houses of Parliament and 3 represent cultural, literary and legal fields as nominees of the Sahitya Academy, University Grants /print media advertising. Criteria The Publisher should be a Member of Indian Newspaper Society (INS) and the Publications should be registered with Registrar of Newspapers for India/


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a change of language treatment of a variety of the language used in society. Kinds of Language Changes a.Sounds Change A lot of language-historians carried/at Cornwall in England shifted from Cornish to English -Lots of Gujarati speakers in England shifted from Gujarati to English -Lots of German immigrant speakers in Aussie shifted / Larger number of speaker - Concentration of living - Identity and pride of culture - Better economic condition Language Death A dying language is a spoken language spoken/


Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born on 25 December 1876. He was a twentieth-century lawyer, politician and statesman who is known as being the founder of Pakistan.

brothers and three sisters, including Fatima Jinnah, all of whom became multilingual, speaking Gujarati, Kutchi, Sindhi and English. Jinnah studied at several schools: first at the/ Das Tej Primary School in Bombay; and finally at the Christian Missionary Society High School in Karachi, where, at the age of 16, he passed/against Indians. This idea of a nation legitimized by democratic principles and cultural commonalities was antithetical to the genuine diversity that had generally characterized the /


VARIETIES OF ENGLISH: Phrases & Sentences Readings: Y. Kachru & L. Smith, Ch 6; Zuengler on Kenyan English.

S. Western Central Eastern Panjabi, Panjabi, Sindhi, Sindhi, Kashmiri, Kashmiri, Romani, Romani,..... Gujarati, Gujarati, Marathi, Marathi, Konkani, Konkani, Sinhala, Sinhala,..... Hindi-Urdu, Hindi-Urdu, Marwari, Marwari/. ◦ The first languages in many Outer or Expanding Circle societies do not use articles at all, or use them in /.  But it has become ‘nativized,” i.e., influenced by Kenyan (Kiswahili) cultural and linguistic patterns.  Direct lexical transfer: use of Kiswahili words in Kenyan English/


AIM: to develop an understanding of the relationship between geography and language. Language.

endangers the existence of languages? France France looks like an overwhelmingly monolingual society E.g.: 300 – 400 years ago a language map of France would/Hindi – 320,000 Hindi Persian – 310,000 Persian Urdu – 260,000 Urdu Gujarati – 240,000 Gujarati Armenian – 200,000 Armenian 2000CE US Census Top 22 languages What is missing?/Basque AIM: what role do new languages play within the relationship between geography and culture and politics? “New Languages” Pidgin Creole New Languages E.g.: Afrikaans and /


Return to Menu Return to Menu Passage A Passage A Passage B.

a pre-made message on paper, rather than through uncomfortable sweet talk in person.The problem in Eastern societies is that cultural norms and romance oftenrun intoadilemmafancyin person In Japan and Korea, the rules are somewhat different. Here men generally/ being printed in Mandarin and Japanese with plans to extend the translations to various Indian languages, such as Hindi, Gujarati and Tamil. Customer surveys, however, revealed that this effort was not really necessary. English is the hip thinghip /


Population Size and Distribution  2 nd Most Populous state - 1.1 Billion People – Surpass China in 2030  Number of million person plus cities approximately.

there are 14 other official languages: Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese, Kashmiri, Sindhi, and Sanskrit; Hindustani /The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, the Dravidian Progressive Federation) is an example of culturally based party that at one time advocated the secession of the South /Hinduism and converted to Buddhism in 1956 Summary  Caste is at center of society and political debates  Low literacy rates, linguistic and ethnic diversity, and absence/


Limitations of Scientific knowledge and the concept of knowledge through consciousness in Jain philosophy. Dr. Surendra Singh Pokharna Former Scientist,

words given at random from languages including Greek, English, Sanskrit, Arabic, Latin, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, rearranging them in proper order such as subject, object etc. all /persons 100Day of the Birthday 101-104 A line from Jain Religious song or cultural song or any patriotic song 105 to 108Shloka from Jain Aagams Property of /reality Emphasis on differences in species Results into unwanted competition Society has been damaged due to it Need to highlight its disadvantages Live and /


Poetry(?) by? Ek Common Man Ko Mili He Pari Jese Chiku Ke saath Ho Strawberry Aage Aage Mummy Aur Piche Piche Daddy Jaise Ho Tom And Jerry Khatar.

FLUTTER... _X_ has been writing a satirical column titled Duniyane Undha Chashma in the Gujarati magazine Chitralekha for the last 38 years. The sitcom _Y_ is based upon his / Sanskrit inscription found by Lieutenant William Price, and presented to the Asiatic Society of Bengal. This paper introduced the British historians to a particular ancient / The advertisements fooled people into believing that it was “aimed at bridging the cultural gap between India and the West”. Name X & the apparel brand. “The/


Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ, UoM1 PRESS LAWS. Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ, UoM2 A History of Press Legislation in India In India, the history of laws directed.

to cater in part to an Indian public – it published advertisements in Gujarati. The editors had learnt that in order to stay in business Government patronage/and offering suggestive tele-talk tend to pollute adolescent minds and promote immoral cultural ethos. The Press should refuse to accept such advertisements. xiv) Classified/ to perform a particular task or achieve a particular result; (ffd) "copyright society" means a society registered under sub-section (3) of section 33 Sanjay Ranade, Head, DCJ,/


AP World History Vocabulary Chapters Word Compilation: Chaz Daly

Nagaraj Chapter 1 An ambiguous term often used to denote more complex societies but sometimes used by anthropologists to describe any group of people sharing a set of cultural traits. Daly | Nagaraj Chapter 1 city-state Daly | Nagaraj Chapter/ Chapter 13 Gujarat Daly | Nagaraj Chapter 13 Region of western India famous for trade and manufacturing; the inhabitants are called Gujarati. Daly | Nagaraj Chapter 13 Delhi Sultanate (1206- 1526) Daly | Nagaraj Chapter 13 Centralized Indian empire of varying extent/


POST CLASSICAL PERIOD 600-1450 Trade and Faith Define An Age.

To what extent was Dar al-Islam a unified cultural/political entity? 600-1450 Major Comparisons and Analyses: Examples Compare the role and function of cities in major societies Analyze gender systems and changes, such as the /its impact, but not details of specific khanates Papacy, but not particular popes Indian Ocean trading patterns, but not Gujarati merchants Neoconfucianism, but not the specific contribution of Zhu Xi Development of systematic interactions between civilizations – Trade Contacts 1000/


Toward the Intercultural Self: Exploring the Effects of Mahatma Gandhi’s International Education in London. Martin Haigh Oxford Brookes University, CICIN.

They talked to me about the Gita. … I felt ashamed, as I had read the divine poem neither in Sanskrit nor in Gujarati. I was constrained to tell them that I had not read the Gita, but that I would gladly read it with them. / From his studies – nothing; from his life experiences a great deal Isolation in an alien culture awoke him: to the spiritual strengths of his own culture (c/o Theosophical Society) the arts of campaigning through his work with the Vegetarian Movement and a constructive appreciation of /


Unit 8 Globalization – For and Against By Zhang Shu Experiencing English 4.

overcome some of the emotional restrictions that still reign in a number of Asian societies. Becoming Don Juan without losing face The problem in Eastern societies is that cultural norms and romance often run into a dilemma: often run into a dilemma:/ actually being printed in Mandarin and Japanese with plans to extend the translations to various Indian languages, such as Hindi, Gujarati and Tamil. Customer surveys, however, revealed that this effort was not really necessary. English is the hip thing You see/


11/23/20161 CAREERS IN LANGUAGES JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN TRANSLATION Ravi Kumar Managing Director - Modlingua Group President - Indian Translators Association.

.15% and 2.16%. 11/23/201612 SOME EXPERIENCES WITHIN INDIA  The Constitution of India listed fourteen languages (Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu) into its Eighth Schedule in 1950/ 11/23/201624 WHY FOCUS ON TRANSLATION Translators have always played a pivotal role in social and cultural change in society and they continue to play a major role in dissemination of the ever expanding knowledge and information available/


History-building and diversity- making. Contemporary inter- ethnic relations and the legacy of past asymmetries. Nuno Dias SociNova- New University of.

of 50 and 60. As of middle 60’s to middle 70’s the largest immigrant flow corresponded predominantly to Gujarati naturals that escaped from former British colonies in the African continent. The habits of this contingents, at arrival, soon /the vox populi. Machado (1999) affirms that the Luso-African populations are the ones that demonstrate a larger cultural proximity with the Portuguese society, from where we should infer a smaller probability of conflict situations, unlike the ones of Indian origin that /


Understanding the Indian consumer and their psyche Nyenrode Business Universiteit 28.9.2012.

: Examples are Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kashmiri, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Sindhi/society, recognition or social acceptability enjoys much value than individual achievement. ‘Where from I?’ is more important than ‘What am I?’ Defining Value System Age & Youthfulness – Indian value system respects for the wisdom and experience of older generation. Happiness & Adaptability – In India, materialistic gain is not prime route of ensuring happiness. Search for higher plains of life is inherent culture/


An orientation to all things “Asian Studies” at Penn State.

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good care of me Festivals There are several significant Asian holidays and festivals advertisers often target. Asian cultural activities are colorful and generally derived from historical events or mythical stories. Here is a list of the/ National Historical Society Filipino American United Families of Utah Gujarati Samaj of Utah Japanese American Citizens League, Mount Olympus Chapter Japanese American Citizens League, Salt Lake Chapter Japanese American Society of Utah Korean American Society of Utah /


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WELCOME TO THE INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE EXPERIMENT.

carry home sweet memories along with a certificate of Experience. To display the diverse cultures of India, this programme is being offered both at Metropolitan city – DELHI &/is spoken in much of north and central India alongside other languages such as Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi or Bengali. In other parts of India, as well as in Nepal,/ describe this city. However it is only natural that amidst this ancient society breed several social problems arising from racism, sexism, superstition and conflict between/


Shi’ites Muslims belonging to the branch of Islam believingthat God vests leadership of the community in a descendant of Muhammad’s son-in-law Ali. Shi’ism.

western India famous for trade and manufacturing; the inhabitants are called Gujarati. dhow Ship of small to moderate size used in the western /to promote their economic and political interests. Guilds were also important in other societies, such as the Ottoman and Safavid empires. Gothic cathedrals Large churches originating in/ artistic and intellectual activity, said to be a 途 ebirth � of Greco-Roman culture. Usually divided into an Italian Renaissance, from roughly the mid-fourteenth to mid-fifteenth/


Effective Communication with the Immigrant Population – Language and Beyond Asian Language BETAC Brooklyn/Queens BETAC Haitian BETAC Office of Adult and.

18 (Haitian Flag Day) November 18 (Batailles de Vertieres) Cultural Dates November 1 and 2 (All Saints’ Day) December – Christmas February ( Carnival) April ( Lent – Rara) Women in Haitian Society Patriarchal society (male dominated) Women in Haiti are the backbone of the /Languages in NYC Schools Bengali (2.7%) Urdu (1.9%) Punjabi (0.7%) Hindi (0.2%) Pashto (0.2%) Gujarati (0.1%) Bengali Language – Where Is It Spoken? West Bengal, India Bangladesh Official name: Peoples Republic of Bangladesh National flag/


CHAPTER : 7 PRINT CULTURE & THE MODERN WORLD

Hindu orthodox- Samachar Chandrika- oppose his opinion. 1822- Persiann News paper- Jam-i-Jahan Nama & Shamsul Akbar. 1822- Gujarati N.P- Bombay Samachar. Role of print- Muslim Reformation In North India- Ulama (Legal Scholars of Islam) anxious about/ decorate their house and working place. These prints shaped the idea of modernity, tradition, religion and politics, and society and culture. Cartoon and caricatures 1870 onwards- cartoon and caricatures were published in N.P, Journals- Social & political issue./


Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938) Presented by Nadiah bt. Khalid Norsuhada bt. Mohd Subri Norafini bt. Zulkurnain Faten Khalida bt. Khalid Edited by Dr. Md. Mahmudul.

Sahaj Ram Sapru embraced Islam. At the age of 15, Iqbal married Karim Bibi who was the daughter of an affluent Gujarati physician. Education Initially, Iqbal was educated by tutors in languages and writing, history, poetry and religion. He continued to study/a call to action for Muslims to shape the development along the lines of Islamic culture. In his philosophy, he takes religious foundation as the first principle for any society and argues that if a government is not based on religious values, it will /


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Revolution, but not specific date of the introduction of agriculture to specific societies. 3. Nature of patriarchal systems, but not changes in family structure within/. Papacy, but not particular popes 9. Indian ocean trading patterns, but not Gujarati merchants 1. What specific motives prompted European overseas voyages? Of all these motives/impact of this policy? 7.. What factors contributed to the increasing cultural conservatism in the Islamic states during the seventeenth century? What were the/


Gujarat Gujarat is a state on the Western part of India bordering Pakistan It is one of Indias most developed state Mahatma Gandhi was born in this state.

dances there is music, rhythm, grace, sweetness and above all colour. It is mode of culture and self expression of people unique to Gujarat. NAVRATRI In Gujarat, painted earthen pots are used to/ abode of the goddess. Devotional Garba dances are performed by the Gujarati women around ghata in circles performed by the Gujarati women around ghata in circles clapping their hands or decorated sticks to/ sections of Hindu society as the day dedicated to love of sister for her brothers. RAKSHA BANDHAN The End Welcome/


NATIONAL HEALTHCARE QUALITY AND DISPARITIES REPORT Chartbook on Patient Safety April 2015 This presentation contains notes. Select View, then Notes page.

Tonga, Urdu, Burmese, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil, Gujarati, Panjabi, Malayalam, Marathi, Kannada, Chamorro, /Society updated Beers Criteria for potentially inappropriate medication use in older adults. J Am Geriatr Soc 2012 Apr;60(4):616-31. Patient Safety Infrastructure Efforts to improve patient safety have led to various infrastructure enhancements. ► National Practitioner Data Bank, a clearinghouse for information on medical malpractice payments and adverse actions against health care providers. ► Culture/


Swaran Lata, Director and HoD Technology Development for Indian Languages Programme (TDIL) Dept of Information Technology, Govt. of India.

(TDIL) Dept of Information Technology, Govt. of India Organization of Presentation India – cultural diversity Linguistic Diversity in India Present Knowledge Society and Indian Scenario ICT scenario in India Internet penetration – Haves & Have Not-s Mind/Indian Languages are in the process of modification Six Languages CLDR Hindi, Nepali, Bengali, Assamese, Malayalam and Gujarati are finalized. Other languages in process All Region specific requirements have been captured and put in Hindi Locale repository/


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switching among Kiswahili, English and variou South Asian languages (e.g. Gujarati, Hindi, Kutchi). Lebanon Not only does the Arabic dialect spoken in /of interaction, which is energized, especially, by the trends in popular culture, mass media, and especially advertising (for example, advertisements often simulate /referred to as communicative competence. 33 Prof.Roseline At particular periods of time, societies typically use several varieties with specialized functions (diglossia - high vs. low variety/


Differential Educational Achievement 3.Ethnicity It is not a simple case of ethnic minorities not doing well at school. There are many variations between.

many variations between and within ethnic groups Differential Educational Achievement 3. Ethnicity Britain is said to be a multicultural society – but what does this mean? Modern Britain is made up of many different ethnic groups i.e./, French and German are given a higher status than Chinese or Gujarati. Differential Educational Achievement 3. Ethnicity Outside School factors Cultural Deprivation As with social class, cultural deprivation (the idea that working class and ethnic minorities are deprived /


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the older (30+) more traditional group and the younger (<29) group in the perceptions of values and cultural significance. Advertising to Asian When advertising to Asians, the message is important, but more importantly is how you/American National Historical Society Filipino American United Families of Utah Gujarati Samaj of Utah Japanese American Citizens League, Mount Olympus Chapter Japanese American Citizens League, Salt Lake Chapter Japanese American Society of Utah Korean American Society of Utah /


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of which shares a common language and culture. Some Indian languages have a long literary history--Sanskrit literature is more than 5,000 years old which gave birth to other Indian languages and literatures.  Bengali  Gujarati  Hindi  Malayalam  Punjabi  /commonly is the chief provider of daytime care for an infant. www.AssignmentPoint.com Indian Economy & Globalization The human society around the world, over a period of time, has established greater contact, but the pace has increased rapidly /


India Truth alone triumphs. Present 5,000 year old ancient civilization 5,000 year old ancient civilization 325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects 325.

and the Theory of Continued Fraction. Languages of India Hindi Sanskrit Tamil Gujarati Urdu Punjabi Malayalam Bengali Marathi Konkani Kannada Assamese Telegu Oriya Rajasthani Vedic /most scientific, systematic language in the world. It became the language of all cultured people in India and in the countries that were influenced by India. Sanskrit / the young population will continue till 2050. Annie Wood Besant, British Theosophical Society, (1847-1933): After a study of some forty years and more of /


April 2015 Issue 1. 3 Priyanka Palshetkar Siddharth Hemrajani Ishita Daga Shantanu Manke Lavesh Hemrajani Akash Shah Sanchi Munghate The Editorial Team.

of their offices and you definitely see this particular photograph. It shows a line of Gujarati women waiting patiently for a truck to come and collect the milk they have brought in/society about entrepreneurship is changing. The business ecosystem was not so vibrant earlier but now entrepreneurship is the next big thing. Why has India failed to produce tech giants like Apple, Facebook, and Twitter? It is because we are busy dreaming to work for them. This approach has to change. Though the start-up culture/


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Present  5,000 year old ancient civilization  325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects  18 official languages  29 states,

the Theory of Continued Fraction. Languages of India Hindi Sanskrit Tamil Gujarati Urdu Punjabi Malayalam Bengali Marathi Konkani Kannada Assamese Telegu Oriya Rajasthani Vedic/, most scientific, systematic language in the world. It became the language of all cultured people in India and in the countries that were influenced by India. Sanskrit literally /; the young population will continue till 2050. Annie Wood Besant, British Theosophical Society, (1847-1933): “After a study of some forty years and more of/


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Present  5,000 year old ancient civilization  325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects  18 official languages  29 states,

the Theory of Continued Fraction. Languages of India Hindi Sanskrit Tamil Gujarati Urdu Punjabi Malayalam Bengali Marathi Konkani Kannada Assamese Telegu Oriya Rajasthani Vedic/, most scientific, systematic language in the world. It became the language of all cultured people in India and in the countries that were influenced by India. Sanskrit literally /; the young population will continue till 2050. Annie Wood Besant, British Theosophical Society, (1847-1933): “After a study of some forty years and more of/


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Present  5,000 year old ancient civilization  325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects  18 official languages  29 states,

the Theory of Continued Fraction. Languages of India Hindi Sanskrit Tamil Gujarati Urdu Punjabi Malayalam Bengali Marathi Konkani Kannada Assamese Telegu Oriya Rajasthani Vedic/, most scientific, systematic language in the world. It became the language of all cultured people in India and in the countries that were influenced by India. Sanskrit literally /; the young population will continue till 2050. Annie Wood Besant, British Theosophical Society, (1847-1933): “After a study of some forty years and more of/


POLS 304 LOCAL GOVERNMENT & GOVERNANCE VIOLENCE, CRıME & ıNSECURıTY.

, which are uniquely prone to these threats given their economic, political and cultural significance  Despite the intrinsic links between cities, city-building and conflict, /in such enclaves are widespread, being particularly evident in Mumbai and the Gujarati city of Ahmedabad (Varshney 2002).  In 2002, communal violence between/from conflict are therefore confronted with the challenges of rebuilding a shattered society in physically and socially circumscribed spaces.  Hence reconstruction is not merely/


federalism and decentralization

learning (see what ‘works’) Managerial efficiency; smaller units Closer to customers; service delivery tailored to local needs In divided societies, accommodates cultural autonomy eg languages and religious schools More stability and less communal conflict (Nancy Bermeo, Alf Stephan) Normative debate: Claims /%, other 1.8% Languages: Hindi 41%, Bengali 8.1%, Telugu 7.2%, Marathi 7%, Tamil 5.9%, Urdu 5%, Gujarati 4.5%, Kannada 3.7%, Malayalam 3.2%, Oriya 3.2%, Punjabi 2.8%, Assamese 1.3%, Maithili 1.2%, other/


U.S. Department Of State International Exchange Opportunities from the U.S. Department of State.

.gov/ The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State strives to ensure that its efforts reflect the diversity of U.S. society and societies abroad. The Bureau seeks and encourages the/–Strengthen U.S. institutions’ foreign language instruction. –Refine personal teaching methodologies Arabic Bengali Chinese Dari Dutch Gujarati Hausa Hindi Indonesian Japanese Kazakh Kiswahili Korean Kyrgyz Malay Mongolian Pashto Persian Portuguese French Gaelic (Irish) German Italian/


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Zoroastrian Association of Alberta BRITISH COLUMBIA Zoroastrian Society of British Columbia ONTARIO Zoroastrian Society of Ontario Ontario Zoroastrian Community Foundation QUEBEC/ by them. The Parsees are generally bilingual, as they speak Gujarati and English. FEZANA – Federation of North American Zoroastrian Associations FEZANA/ for information on ZARATHUSHTI (ZOROASTRIAN) RELIGION ZARATHUSHTI ORGANIZATIONS WORLDWIDE ZARATHUSHTI CULTURE & HISTORY ZARATHUSHTI BUSINESS & COMMERCE FEZANA – Federation of North/


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