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Samsung goofs up with 'p**** is mightier than finger' on billboard!

one of the most embarrassing cases of spelling mistakes, smartphone giant Samsung is the latest to cause a stir with a billboard displaying 'the penis, mightier than the finger'.Samsung apparently tried to get creative with the original idiom 'the pen is mightier than the sword', but brought in one of the most awkward phrase by itself, courtesy- lack of one space between the two words.According to...
Source : News Track India |
Category : Business | City : Agra

Samsung goofs up with 'p**** is mightier than finger' on billboard!

one of the most embarrassing cases of spelling mistakes, smartphone giant Samsung is the latest to cause a stir with a billboard displaying 'The penis, mightier than the finger'.Samsung apparently tried to get creative with the original idiom 'The pen is mightier than the sword', but brought in one of the most awkward phrase by itself, courtesy- lack of one space between the two words.According to...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : International

The not-so-subtle art of Tamil slogan writing

you thought you knew all about sloganeering, maybe you should take a trip to Tamil Nadu. Politicians in the southern Indian state have perfected the art of using catchy idioms and phrases to capture the public imagination, says David Gabrihe ruling All India Anna Dravida Munetra Kazhagam in Tamil Nadu has launched its campaign with the slogan of peace, prosperity and progress. After tasting success...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National

Samsung goofs up with 'p**** is mightier than finger' on billboard!

one of the most embarrassing cases of spelling mistakes, smartphone giant Samsung is the latest to cause a stir with a billboard displaying ‘the penis, mightier than the finger’Samsung apparently tried to get creative with the original idiom ‘the pen is mightier than the sword’, but brought in one of the most awkward phrase by itself, courtesy- lack of one space between the two wordsAccording to C...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines | City : Mumbai

Premier League hits Hindi goal Football finds a new idiom

Stoke City forward Jonathan Walters’s header may have kissed and missed the Manchester City goal nine days ago, but Premier League commentary in Hindi has hit the TRP jackpot.“On the very first evening of the tournament this year, viewership jumped 358 per cent over last year’s opening game. The average time spent watching Premier League matches also went up from six to 17 minutes,” an official of...
Source : Telegraphindia |
Category : City | City : Mon

Modi says Yeh dil maange 300 lotuses, triggers row (Roundup)

off-quoted phrase Yeh dil maange more sparked a controversy with Batras parents...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Sharad Yadav terms JDU candidate 'party hopper'

JD(U) president SharadM Yadav today termed his own party candidate a "party hopper".Addressing an election rally at Gayghat, Yadav castigated JD(U) candidate from Muzaffarpur Lok Sabha seat Vijendra Chaudhary over his habit of switching sides."Ab aaya unth pahar ke niche (Hindi idiom meaning someone who has come to his senses)," he said poking fun at Chaudhary who was standing beside him.Chaudhary...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines

Watch out: Lalu to write book on self

From once having famously said "Yeh IT-YT kya hota hai" to being there on twitter -has come a long way. On Friday, he tweeted, "Planning to pen down a book to reveal untold interesting aspects of Indian politics hw ppl used, deceived and conspired against me. Wait n watch."Prasad, known for his inimitable style of speaking in Hindi-Bhojpuri mix using folk idioms and earthy jokes, said he got inspiration...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patna

'India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English'

Atlanta."India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer than English readers in India,"JAIPUR: India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English, is the argument presented by"India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer thanShe was participating...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : Business

Govt says Hindi on social media only for Hindi-speaking states

Facing criticism from various sections, government on Friday said the use of Hindi on social media is only for states speaking the language and is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states. “Use of Hindi on government of India’s social media platforms is only for Hindi-speaking states. Hindi is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states,” an official spokesperson said.“Existing policy on Hindi...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National
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