language

-December 21, 2020

The Oxford Dictionary has not chosen a Word of the Year as the year cannot be defined in one word, but the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the common usage of uncommon words  You must have heard words like netizens, Tiktokers, YouTubers, reel, trolls and others. Their origin is rooted in the internet boom and lifestyle […]

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-May 3, 2018

The symbol which dates back to 1,300 years ago, now finds itself ruling the current age. Different countries have adopted it into their language, even inspired the opening up of its people’s worldview The symbol @ has now become the very fabric of life for all around the world. While we tweet, tag or search […]

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-May 3, 2018

The classification of fools fills in the lacuna which the English language appears to have left as an act of sheer benevolence towards the breed So in the times of Mahabharat we had internet (and WiFi), Diana Hayden (who was a college crush) is not an ideal representation of Indian beauty (Aishwarya Rai is, by […]

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-April 24, 2018

Foreigners are willing to pay a handsome price to learn Hindi, not always out of the love for the language You don’t have to be a nationalist of the RSS kind to realise that the world is taking a growing interest in India and its culture, as a stable market with promising economic prospects. One […]

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