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English Professor Albert P Rayan says words have, over time and with the boom of the internet, evolved and changed to carry completely alternate, modern meanings along with the original versions
The police bands, which till now have never performed for the public will now appear at malls, parks, beaches and other areas that attract the common crowd in order to connect
Jairam Ramesh says that the current government talks a lot about environment conservation but all of their actions go against their rhetoric
If Trump amends H1B visa and sends Indians back, America will be poorer and India will be richer: Venkaiah Naidu
Addressing a large number of graduates and professionals who aspire to go abroad and settle down, he said, "Go abroad if you want - go, learn, earn but return to serve your motherland"
That's the number of students who will feel insecure that they may not be able to return after their studies and no one can visit them during that period because the Supreme Court agrees with Trump
Chef to the celebs Anton Mosimann talks about life at 70, cooking for Margaret Thatcher and why he wouldn't mind catering for Donald Trump if he asks nicely
The University has a Student Council, where the leaders are nominated by teachers and elected by students but they hold no powers on campus
#TakeAKnee: Did you know that some of the words that we use today had a different meaning when they originated?
Dr Albert P' Rayan, Professor of English at KCG College of Engineering, looks back into the history of words and phrases
Atul Khatri, who goes by the handle Horny Sindhi, talks about why he left East India Company and about the shelf life of a comedian
It's official! Terribly Tiny Tales are launching their first book through an FB live with Tanmay Bhat!
We’ve all read TTT online and loved them. Now it's time to read these tales on paper! Find out about the story of their first book and the story behind it
Marching for Science: Stop propagating imaginary theories, fund science research instead, say scientists in the city
Scientists and others in the city protested against the rising wave of unscientific beliefs and religious bigotry in the country and also spoke about the dwindling governmental funds for research
The allegations were levelled in 2015 against the Ivy League institution by a coalition of 64 Asian-American groups, including four Indian-American organisations
After being denied the US visa twice, all-girls robotics team from Afghanistan arrives in Washington
Afghanistan isn't included in Trump's temporary travel ban, but critics have said the ban is emblematic of a broader effort to put a chill on Muslims entering the US
There are several Bangalore University pages on Facebook - some with random check-ins while some other with racy pictures
Trump tweeted it. But was that a typo or a real word? Let us find it out here
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