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Chana dal, Chana make it to Oxford English Dictionary
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Chana dal, Chana make it to Oxford English Dictionary

Indian food essentials - chana and chana dal - are among the many new entries in the 'Oxford English Dictionary' (OED) unveiled on Tuesday. Chickpeas (chana) and the split chickpea lentils (chana dal) join the vast list of more than 600 other words and ... DNA, 1 month ago

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OUP launches English-English Assamese dictionary

The Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched Compact English-English Assamese dictionary here. The dictionary, launched here yesterday, is an addition to OUP's 23 existing bilingual dictionaries in Indian languages. Speaking on the occasion, OUP business ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Oxford English-Assamese dictionary launched  The Assam Tribune2 months ago Oxford University Press launches English-English-Assamese Dictionary  Business Standard2 months ago Oxford's compact English-English Assamese dictionary  Business Standard2 months ago

'Zyzzyva' is the new last word in Oxford dictionary

Until now, the last alphabetic entry in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) was zythum, a kind of malt beer brewed in ancient Egypt.
 DNA1 month ago
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Oxford English Dictionary adds over 600 expressions

The Oxford English Dictionary has added over 600 new words, phrases and senses in its latest quarterly update."By the mid-20th century, 'woke' had been extended figuratively to refer to being 'aware' or 'well informed' in a political or cultural sense," the ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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Eminem's 'Stan' is officially a part of Oxford Dictionary

Seventeen years after Eminem first released "Stan," his hit single about a overzealous superfan, that song's title has officially entered the Oxford English Dictionary. According to Oxford, "stan" can be used both as a noun ("an overzealous or obsessive fan ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Eminems Stan is officially a part of Oxford Dictionary  Asia Net India2 months ago

Trolling the Indian troll: A brief history of coconut meat

They say that a black person can make fun of a black person, but if a white person does it, it's racism. I’m a Hindi-speaking north Indian male. I believe I have a right to make fun of fellow north Indian Hindi-speaking men. If anyone organised a world ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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What is eugenics? A guide to Saif Ali Khan's big words

This one's a 'farrago' (thank you, Shashi Tharoor). But don't worry, we've got you covered. Varun Dhawan kept his apology short. Karan Johar kept his apology simple. And the furore they started at IIFA with their 'nepotism rocks' chant and Kangana Ranaut-bashing finally began to simmer down. That is until Saif Ali Khan went all snobby Nawab on us and decided to show off. Speaking to Elle on the subject, Khan said, 'It's easy to confuse nepotism with genetics. Maybe there is something in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Opposition lambasts CBFC diktat on documentary featuring Amartya Sen

[India], July 12 (ANI): The Opposition parties on Wednesday lambasted the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) diktat to mute four words in a documentary featuring Amartya Sen and demanded that censorship needs to be withdrawn. Earlier in the day, the ...
 Sify1 month ago

Mr Modi, it's time you reformed the IAS!

Contrary to the popular belief that the IAS cadres manage the country - they are actually required to manage politicians, most of whom do not pass any sort of muster, says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The conviction and sentencing of H C Gupta, former coal secretary, by a CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) court for corruption has upset the Indian Administrative Service greatly. That’s fine, and is as it should be. But what is surprising - or ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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