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Zaitun Banu declared Khatun-e-Awal of Pashto fiction
Known poet Abseen Yousafzai and the participants in recognition of her works bestowed upon her the title of Khatun-e-Awal (first lady) of the Pashto fiction.
A singer performs at the musical concert in Alpuri on Wednesday. —Dawn
SHANGLA: Local Pashto folk singers and poets enthralled audience at a musical concert here on Wednesday. A civil society organisation 'Binte Malakand' in collaboration with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Culture Directorate organised the Pashto musical ...
Google Translate to bring Pashto language into digital age
Afghans across the globe will soon be pleased to see the inclusion of Pashto, their mother tongue, in Google's popular online translation service, Google Translate.
Google Translate Learns How To Speak Hawaiian, Pashto, And 11 Other Languages
Some of what Google does these days isn't all that impressive in the grand scheme of things. Yes, tweaking the interface of a mobile operating system is nice, but there is no shortage of companies doing the same thing.
A tongue twister: Pashto, Saraiki jostle for space on syllabi
A peace walk was organised in Batkhela to highlight the importance of Pashto. Representatives from a large number of literary organisations and writers from Malakand and Dir took part in the walk.

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