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- proper n. A Dardic language spoken in northern Pakistan; it is written using the Arabic script
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Kalami, 15, was forced to become a soldier at the age of 9
As far as his damaged right hand is concerned, he has been offered no treatment at all despite the fact that up to now he has submitted three memoranda to the Directors of the Averoff prison and the prison of Kalami, Crete.
Recently, on the 22nd of June 1970, he was suddenly transferred to the prison of Kalami, Crete, where the living conditions are extremely bad especially for those who, due to their disability, cannot take care of themselves, but need continuous medical attention and treatment.
I called up my mate Nick Edwards, who writes the Ionian Rough Guide, and he directed us to a place called Agni, one bay down from the village of Kalami, where Lawrence Durrell had lived.