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Forum for Language Initiatives (FLI), founded in 2003 functions as a resource centre for the many language communities in Pakistan’s mountainous northern region. To know about how it works watch the following video.

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FLI partnered with Anjuman Taraqqi Khowar (ATK) in organizing the 4th International Hindukush Cultural Conference from September 14 to 16 in Chitral town of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. A total of 75 research papers out of 85 originally submitted, covering the Hindukush region were presented in the mega event. The presenters came from across the world […]

Kataviri, also called Kati by the native speakers which is a Nooristani language in Chitral has turned into a literal language. The language was purely verbal just a year back which has now five books, all written by the native speakers have been produced and published. Beginning with the alphabet book, the researchers affiliated with […]


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