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1. Indian linguist Suniti Kumar Chatterji pointed that a specific number of substantives in languages such as Hindi, Punjabi and Bengali were borrowed from Munda languages.

2. Suniti Kumar Chatterji believed Nepal originated from Tibeto-Burman roots — Ne, of uncertain meaning (as multiple possibilities exist), and pala or bal, whose meaning is lost entirely.

3. Suniti Kumar Chatterji, the president of the Akademi appointed a committee of linguistic experts to settle the dispute.

4. The famous Bengali linguist Suniti Kumar Chatterji was born in Shibpur.

5. The linguist Suniti Kumar Chatterji was born in this place.

6. the philologists Suniti Kumar Chatterji (1890–1977) and P. C. Bagchi (1898–1956), and the historians Phanindranath Bose and Kalidas Nag (1891–1966).

7. However, according to Suniti Kumar Chatterji, it was composed between 10th and 12th century.

8. Mleccha may be sanskritized form of tribal name mech.. Suniti Kumar Chatterji claims that Salastambha(650-670) was a Bodo-Kachari chief of Mech (Sanskritized as Mleccha).

9. Linguists Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Irach Jehangir Sorabji Taraporewala were his teachers.

10. He became the second Khaira Professor in the Department of Comparative Philology after his mentor, Suniti Kumar Chatterji, in 1954.

11. According to Suniti Kumar Chatterji, "The Grammar of the speech of the Shreekrishna Kirtana gives a clue to many of the forms of New Bengali".

12. Subbarayan and another member – Suniti Kumar Chatterji from West Bengal – did not agree with its findings and added dissenting notes to the report.

13. Bengali linguist Suniti Kumar Chatterji also followed this classification in his thesis, adding western Goalpariya to the northern Bengali dialects.

14. Suniti Kumar Chatterji (26 November 1890 – 29 May 1977) was an Indian linguist, educationist and litterateur.

15. Bibliographies of Suniti Kumar Chatterji's work have also been published: Suniti Kumar died on May 29, 1977 in Calcutta.

16. The college stood in high estimation of the public and competed successfully with the Government and Missionary Colleges in the university examinations (Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Swami Prabhupada were some students of the college).

17. Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Sukumar Sen classified Bengali Dialects in 6 classes by their phonology &

18. Dr. Chakrabarti came in close contact with Dr. Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Dr. Sukumar Sen as their student and imbibed aptitude for linguistic studies from these teachers in the field.

19. He was close to personalities like Chandradhar Baruah, Mitradev Mahanta, Bani Kanta Kakoti and Suniti Kumar Chatterji.

20. He got great scholars like Suniti Kumar Chatterji, Nalinaksha Dutta, Sukumar Sen and Sukumar Sengupta as teachers during the same period.

21. From 1929 to 1935, he completed his PhD research on Sufism in Bengal under Suniti Kumar Chatterji.

22. Dhurjatiprasad Mukhopadhyay, Atul Chandra Gupta, Barada Charan Gupta, Suniti Kumar Chatterji, Kiranshankar Roy wrote articles in Sabujpatra;

23. It was certified by Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah and Suniti Kumar Chatterji.

24. Indian linguist Suniti Kumar Chatterji studied at the University of London from 1919 to 1921 for his D.Litt.; while he was there, Armstrong and Ida C. Ward taught him phonetics and drilled him with ear-training and transcription exercises.

25. He has translated Jnanappana and several other notable works of Vallathol and Rabindra Nath Tagore besides authoring biographies of N. M. Saraswati Bhai, Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Dr. T. M. A. Pai in verses.

26. He also befriended Suniti Kumar Chatterji who later embarked on a comparative study The Balts and the Aryans, exploring the commonalities between India's Vedic and the Baltic pagan rites.

27. After his visit to Lithuania in 1966, Dr. Suniti Kumar Chatterji agreed to help Poška recover his PhD dissertation from London and secure his degree.

28. Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Sukumar Sen.

29. Basu taught at Shivpur School, Calcutta where his students included Suniti Kumar Chatterji and Sushil Kumar De. His writings were published in the Sakha O Sathi magazine.

30. Several linguist and intellectual including Sherani and Suniti Kumar Chatterji have agreement over the fact the during the initial period of Urdu it was refereed as Hindi or Hindavi.