Experts suggest measures to keep Kashmiri language alive

2-DAY CONFERENCE CONCLUDES

Srinagar, Nov 1: The 2-day conference on ‘Kashmiri language – Challenges and Opportunities’ concluded Thursday with experts suggesting measures to keep “Kashmiri language alive.”
 Prominent among those who spoke on the occasion include: Ghulam Nabi Khayal, Prof Margoob Banihali, Dr Ratan Lal Talashi, Dr Aziz Hajni and Dr HK Kher.
 In his paper Khayal laid focus on relevance of Kashmiri language in journalism while Margoob Banihali talked about Kashmiri in education.
 Prof HK Kher spoke about dictionary compilation in Kashmiri language.
 Dr Rattan Lal Talashi’s paper reflected the emerging trends in the field of literary translation in Kashmiri language, an official handout said.
 Organised by J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages the conference has been widely hailed, the hosts said.
 The event was inaugurated by Minister for Finance, Abdul Rahim Rather at Institute of Hotel Management, Raj Bagh. The conference concluded with a Kashmiri Mushaira in which prominent poets participated. They include Prof Rehman Rahi, Naseem Shafai, Rafiq Raaz, Shahnaz Rashid, Ali Shaida, Ayub Sabir, Fayaz Tilgami, Ghulam Hassan Ghamgeen, Ghulam Muhammad Ghamgeen, Ghulam Rasool Josh, Gulshan Bhaderwahi, Inayat Gul, Maqbool Shaida, Mohiudin Masarat, Muhammad Yusuf Dilbar, Shad Ramzan, Shahzada Rafiq, Shoukat Ansari, Zareef Ahmad Zareef and Fayaz Dilbar.

Lastupdate on : Thu, 1 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 1 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Fri, 2 Nov 2012 00:00:00 IST




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