Archive for October 1st, 2018

Analysis of billions of Twitter words reveals how American English develops

New Delhi Oct 1 : New words in American English tend to develop in five regional linguistic ‘hotspots’ before spreading across the United States and beyond, a new study reveals.
Linguists and geographers analysed 8.9 billion words contained within 980 million Tweets posted across the United States between 2013 and…

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Victoria and India- Strengthening Ties Through Sports

New Delhi Oct 1 :  The State of Victoria, Australia celebrated six key sporting activities occurring in India and Melbourne over the next six months which are aligned with Victoria’s India Strategy to strengthen trade, investment and people to people linkages.

The State of Victoria, Australia celebrated six key sporting…

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6 Upcoming Food Festivals in Delhi

You know winters are right around the corner when Delhi’s calendar becomes choc-o-block with exciting and delicious food festivals!

For the last few years, Delhites have been showered with an array of food festivals ranging from the Asian Hawkers Festivals with their East-Asian offerings to the…

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Unlimited Beer Festival-Oktoberfest (Season-3) – With DJ Ansh

Sun, 7 Oct 2:30PM – 5:30PM
Agent Jacks
Rs 599 onwards

Agent Jacks SCO No 21, Main Market, Sector 29, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122002, India

Party Out Delhi Brings You The Unlimited Beer Festival “OKTOBERFEST” (Season-3) This Sunday In Gurugram Once Again On Public Demand !!! (Day Party…

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The Poem is Political: Sarah Kay on performance poetry

New Delhi Oct 1 :Lately I’ve been living with spiders/ but as roommates go, they haven’t been so bad… I guess all those car engines and hairsprays finally caught up with us/ because the pollution here is so bad…

American spoken word poet Sarah Kay deftly hops from…

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Satyagraha then, Swachhagraha now

No one person has had a bigger influence on the shaping of India than Mahatma Gandhi. He was at once a man of action and a visionary. He worked and strove tirelessly for an India that would be a beacon of peace and harmony in an unstable, often violent world…

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