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Selfie, twerk named among top annoying words

Selfie and twerk is one of the words which have made it to the top of most annoying words list....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Stallone speaks Hindi words in Escape Plan (With Image)

Actor Sylvester Stallone will be seen mouthing Hindi words in his forthcoming movie Escape Plan....
Source : Webindia123 |
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Fancy a blish? It's the new slang for a nice cuppa: New list of 'gibberish' words used by families a

Fancy a blish? It's the new slang for a nice cuppa: New list of 'gibberish' words used by families across the country publishedIf this sounds like gibberish to you, you’re now in the minority, according to experts.Linguists have published a list of new list of ‘domestic’ slang words which they say are now commonplace in British homes.Unlike some other slang, these words are used by people of all g...
Source : dailymail |
Category : International

Google filters 1,400 inappropriate words from latest Android KitKat dictionary

Google has reportedly banned a list of more than 1,400 English words deemed inappropriate for the users of latest Android KitKat....
Source : Webindia123 |
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Mahafreed Irani

Bangalore-based start-up will exhibit an indigenous printer at the Godrej campus in Vikhroli.Raghuram Rajan and Mangalyaan are also on the list of most-mentioned words of 2013...
Source : DNA |
Category : National | City : Bangalore

Unhinging Hinglish

'Language doesn't change, it just modernizes with the timea?¦' This may sound a bit strange to most of the elderly people in our society, but this is the mantra that today's generation follows to respect their national language.While the words like 'Samosa' and 'Paratha', are based on the Hindi language, it does not refer exclusively to Hindi as they are written in English. These two words are among...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ludhiana

Stallone speaks Hindi words in 'Escape Plan'

Entertainment News, Bollywood Celebrities, Sylvester Stallone, 'Escape Plan'Actor Sylvester Stallone will be seen mouthing Hindi words in his forthcoming movie "Escape Plan".The actor plays a structural engineer. As the story progresses, he gets falsely convicted and trapped in a jail which he had designed and no man can break. Stallone has used Hindi words "Kaise Ho", "Pyaar" and "Ziddi" to communicate...
Source : Headlinesindia |
Category : Entertainment

Stallone speaks Hindi words in 'Escape Plan'

Actor Sylvester Stallone will be seen mouthing Hindi words in his forthcoming movie "Escape Plan".The actor plays a structural engineer. As the story progresses, he gets falsely convicted and trapped in a jail which he had designed and no man can break.Stallone has used Hindi words "Kaise Ho", "Pyaar" and "Ziddi" to communicate the plan to escape from the jail. PVR Pictures, which is distributing the...
Source : Real Bollywood |
Category : Others | City : New Delhi

How Google is censoring your TEXTS: Android bans words 'geek' and 'condom'

words Google won't let you use: Bizarre list of 1,400 words banned from predictive text (including 'geek' and 'condom')It seems Google has become a little prudish with its latest Android KitKat operating system - especially when it comes to feminine hygiene and sex.A list of banned phrases has revealed the tech giant will offer predictive suggestions when a user types the words ‘marijuana’ and ‘bong’,...
Source : dailymail |
Category : International

Selfie and twerk top list of most annoying words

settings.Getting in on the act: Barack Obama's selfie at Nelson Mandela's memorial service in Johannesburg.A Michigan university has issued its annual list of annoying words, and those flexible enough to take selfies of themselves twerking should take note.In addition to "selfie" and "twerking," there was a strong sense among those who nominated words to this year's list that the word "hashtag" and...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald |
Category : Headlines