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Fariha Ishrat Chowdhury, M.A.
- Socio-Linguistic Paradigm of the Aimol ...
Khawlsonkim Suantak, Ph. D. Scholar
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George Bedell, Ph.D.
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R. Nilavu, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Candidate
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A. Poonguzhali, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Candidate
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Aamna Saleem Khan, Ph.D. and Muhammad Maqsud Alam Bukhari, Ph.D.
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Pramila Pandey, M.A., Ph.D.
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Md. Motiur Rahman, Ph.D.
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Rajesh Bojan, M.A., M.Phil.
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Aamna Saleem Khan, Ph.D.
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Zarina Akhtar, Ph.D. and Shamsa Aziz, Ph.D.
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A. Joycilin Shermila, Ph.D.
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Piar Chand, Ph.D., Shivani Chaudhary, M.Phil. and I. D. Sharma, Ph.D.
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R. Karthikeyan, M.A., M.Phil. and G. Baskaran, Ph.D.
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Muhammad Rashid Hafeez, Zafar Iqbal Khattak and Aijaz Ahmed Gujjar
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S. Jayalakshmi, Ph.D.
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Sujeta B. N. and Pramodini, Ph.D.
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