People from Hyderabad Daccan as well as some other people from transplanted Pashtun populations that later began speaking Urdu still have inherited words, although few and far between. I've heard a Badayuni say ghaT for big, and Hyderabadis as a routine say aauu for yes.
Don't deface computer science's name by conflating it with IT and the other nouns you mention!
The Vaziranis are from central Sindh, in modern day Pakistan, and their father moved their family to Bharath after 1947.
This should help in a regeneration of sorts of parts of the brain that have died because of Alzheimer's or another neurodegenerative disease, or as a result of an ischemic event etc. I'd be keeping my fingers crossed. Really, if this could be pulled off, a subcategory of disorders would finally...