Wikipedia now has over 6 million articles in English
The feat, which comes roughly 19 years after the website was founded, is a testament of "what humans can do together," said Ryan Merkley, chief of staff at Wikimedia, the nonprofit organisation that operates the omnipresent online encyclopedia, TechCrunch reported on Friday. The six millionth article is about Maria Elise Turner Lauder, a 19th-century Canadian school teacher.
InterGlobe, Flytech get DGCA nod for aviation English language training and testing services
Under the norms of the International Civil Aviat...
What remains of the 'They': New meanings instead of new words for new concepts can confuse old speakers
Inventing new words is definitely a l...
I do not believe that English language is the only key to development : Tripura CM
Speaking at a programme, he said "But I do not believe that English language is the only key to development."
Why jiggly makes us giggly? Here are top 10 funniest words in the English language
Upchuck, wriggly, yaps, giggle, guffaw, puffball are the other words.
English language communication identified as key requirement by corporates: MeritTrac
MeritTrac's new programme will assess candidates from universities on employability skills at regular intervals during graduation.
BCCI starts English language course for umpires
The first batch underwent training from July 12 to 16 and the second commenced here today and would continue till July 23, the BCCI has announced on its website.
English language may be dropped by EU after Brexit
English has been the top choice for European Union (EU) institutions but Britain's vote to leave the union last week could trigger a ban on its use.
Surreal: When Vivekananda scored 47, 46 & 57 % in English language exams!
'The Modern Monk' takes a look into the life of one of the most important figures in the modern imagination of India.
Now, Police control room catches up with English language
The need to learn English became a must as a majority of the 61,508 calls made to the emergency number 100 since July was by Englishspeaking callers.
Regional variety in how English language is spoken gets increasing acceptance
Trans-Atlantic rhoticity has crept in and even the once-hallowed tones of All India Radio newsreaders have evolved into a more indigenous patois, signalling a new era of Angrezi here too.
English only expands, never contracts
Every word still finds utterance in some nook of the Anglosphere.
Merriam-Webster dictionary gets first update since 2014, ghosting, FLOTUS make the cut
Over 1,000 new words have been added to the dictionary.
English language a necessity for civil servants
For the government to make concessions to the populist demand to scrap the English comprehension portion of the UPSC preliminary examination is unfortunate.
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