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Beastie Boys
   released the album   
Ill Communication (1994)
Led Zeppelin I
   featured   
Communication Breakdown
Roy Orbison
   released the song   
Communication Breakdown
1966
383
   represents   
Postal Communication
652
   represents   
Processes of Written Communication
The Von Bondies
   released the album   
Lack of Communication (2002)
An indie rock/garage rock band from Detroit, Michigan.
POGO
   means   
Switch to Communication Channel Number Preceding POGO. If Unable to Establish Communications, Switch to Channel Number Following POGO. If No Channel Number Follows POGO, Return to This Channel
Jun-Ichi Nishizawa
   invented   
The Optical Communication System, Sit/sith (static Induction Transistor/thyristor), Laser Diode, Pin Diode
(1926-), Japan
Communication
   in Navajo code is   
Ha-neh-al-enji
Literal translation, making talk
Ongkanon
   is the   
Angel of Communication
Helps us recognise our feelings and express these positively
Centa
   is the elvish word for   
Communication
Robert Dick
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1958 United Kingdom
Mochtar Lubis
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1959 Indonesia
Tarzie Vittachi
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1960 Sri Lanka
Edward Law Yone
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1960 Burma
Amitabha Chowdhury
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1961 India
Chang Chun-ha
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1962 Korea
Kayser Sung
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1964 Chinese in Hong Kong
Akira Kurosawa
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1965 Japan
Satyajit Ray
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1967 India
Mitoji Nishimoto
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1969 Japan
Prayoon Chanyavongs
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1971 Thailand
Yasuji Hanamori
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1972 Japan
Michiko Ishimure
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1973 Japan
Zacarias Sarian
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1974 Philippines
Boobli George Verghese
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1975 India
Mahesh Chandra Regmi
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1977 Nepal
Lokukamkanamge Manjusri
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1979 Sri Lanka
F. Sionil Jose
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1980 Philippines
Gour Kishore Ghosh
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1981 India
Marcelline Jayakody
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1983 Sri Lanka
R. K. Laxman
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1984 India
Radio Veritas
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1986 Philippines based
Ediriweera Sarachchandra
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1988 Sri Lanka
James Reuter
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1989 Philippines based
Ravi Shankar
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1992 India
Bienvenido Lumbera
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1993 Philippines
Abdul Samad Ismail
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1994 Malaysia
Pramoedya Ananta Toer
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1995 Indonesia
Nick Joaquin
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1996 Philippines
Mahasweta Devi
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1997 India
Ruocheng Ying
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1998 China
Raul Locsin
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
1999 Philippines
Atmakusumah Astraatmadja
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2000 Indonesia
Wannakuwatta Amaradeva
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2001 Sri Lanka
Bharat Koirala
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2002 Nepal
Abdullah Abu Sayeed
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2004 Bangladesh
Matiur Rahman
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2005 Bangladesh
Eugenia Duran Apostol
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2006 Philippines
P. Sainath
   won the award for   
Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts
2007 India






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