Volume: 1 1 2008

  • Title : THE DISCOURSE OF GENDER AND POWER IN LANGUAGES
    Author(s) : Lalitha Handoo
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  • Title : X-BAR THEORY APPLIED TO KASHMIRI: A V2 LANGUAGE
    Author(s) : Nazir Ahmad Dhar, Sheeba Hassan
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  • Title : GLOBALISATION AND ‘THE THRIEE-WAY-TUG’: A CASE STUDY OF KASHMIR
    Author(s) : Aadil Amin Kak
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  • Title : VARIATION IN SRINAGAR VARIETY: A PHONOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
    Author(s) : Oveesa Farooq Panzoo
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  • Title : ROLE OF HINDI AND TAMIL ADVERTISING TOWARDS GLOBALIZATION
    Author(s) : V Geetha, L Thilai Selvi
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  • Title : PHONOLOGICAL PROFILE IN KANNADA - AN ASSESSMENT TOOL
    Author(s) : K J Ramadevi Sreenivas
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  • Title : POLITENESS HIERARCHY IN KASHMIRI
    Author(s) : Raj Nath Bhat
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  • Title : AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION USING PROBABILISTIC CONTEXT FREE GRAMMAR
    Author(s) : Aadil Amin Kak, Nazima Mehdi
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  • Title : LEARNING DISABILITY: A LAGE LEARNING PROBLEM IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
    Author(s) : Lalitha Raja R
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  • Title : DEVELOPING QUESTION TAGS IN ENGLISH AND TELUGU (Programming point of view)
    Author(s) : Mudham Srikanth
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  • Title : THE PERCEPTUAL AND ACOUSTIC CORRELATES OF ‘^PLEASENTNESS” IN SPEECH
    Author(s) : Ramesh Kumar Mishra
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  • Title : A MATRIX MODEL ACCOUNT OF CODE SWITCHING AMONG THE MEITEJS IN DELHI
    Author(s) : Haobam Basantarani
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  • Title : C-M GRAMMAR AND RELATIVIZED CONSTRAINTS: A STUDY IN KASHMIRI-ENGLISH MIXING
    Author(s) : Sajad Hussain Wani
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  • Title : LANGUAGE: THE ULTIMATE TOOL OF SOCIAL CONTROL
    Author(s) : M Ashraf Bhat
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  • Title : STUDY OF PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN NORMAL KANNADA SPEAKING CHILDREN: 1.6-2 YEARS
    Author(s) : N Sreedevi
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  • Title : COMPARISON OF NON-WORD REPETITION BILINGUAL (KANNADA-ENGLISH) DYSLEXICS
    Author(s) : K C Shyamala, R Sunil Kumar, R Jennifar Carmel
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  • Title : POETICS, POLITICS AND LINGUISTICS: DISMANTLING OF ANDROCENTRIC AND COLONIAL ASSUMPTIONS
    Author(s) : Asiya Zahoor
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  • Title : THE ROLE OF LEXICAL TONES IN PUNJAB
    Author(s) : Chander Shekar Singh
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  • Title : PERSIAN STRESS ASSIGNMENT UNDER OPTIMALITY THEORY
    Author(s) : Ali Rabi
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  • Title : A NOTE ON BURUSHASKI
    Author(s) : Nazir Ahmad Dhar
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  • Title : ISSUES IN MACHINE AIDED TRANSLATION: USING PARALLE-L CORPORA AS A RESOURCE
    Author(s) : Mona Parakh
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  • Title : CONSTRUCTING DISCIPLINES THROUGH METAPHORS
    Author(s) : Ajay Sarvaiya
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  • Title : HAMLET, STYLISTIC ANALYSIS AND TEACHING
    Author(s) : R V Dhongde
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  • Title : EAT-EXPRESSIONS IN KASHMIRI
    Author(s) : Peter E Hook, Omkar N koul
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  • Title : FOCUS ACCENT IN BANGLA COMPLEX SENTENCES
    Author(s) : Tanmoy BfiattacHarya
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  • Title : THE GOOD LANGUAGE LEARNER: EXPLORING APTITUDE, MOTIVATION, AND STRATEGIES OF SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS
    Author(s) : kristina Beckman
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