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May 2014[edit]

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  • {audio|Hindustan pronunciation1.ogg|pronunciation}}), both ''Hindustān'' {{IPA-hns|ɦɪnd̪ʊˈst̪aːn|}}), technically "Hindu land", is a popular name for the northern/northwestern [[Indian subcontinent]].

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  • dialect of the [[Balochi language]] spoken by the people of the Bhutani tribe ([[Balochi]]: بھوتانی}}) tribe, is completely unrelated to Dzongkha.

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  • were [[Pakistan]]i Nationals. Indian investigations revealed that their names were Abu Suhail of ([[Faislabad]], Pakistan; Abu Murshed (Mohammed Munir) of Salamatpura in [[Gujranwala]] Pakistan and

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