Babies master words differently as they grow
Babies master words differently as they grow

Toddlers learn words differently as they grow and there also is a limit as to how many words they can learn each day, says a study.

What not to say to someone considering divorce
What not to say to someone considering divorce

 

New York: You might have a habit of giving advice to people, but sometimes they can be frustrating especially if your friends are thinking of getting divorced. Avoid words like "everything heals with time" or "work it out" as they can definitely do without them.

Babies can remember words heard before birth

Moms-to-be, note! Your unborn baby can hear you, loud and clear.

Fiscal cliff, boneless wings among words that should `retire` in 2013

The full list includes 12 words, phrases and acronyms including: Kick the can down the road, double down, job creator/creation, passion/passionate, bucket list, trending, super food, boneless wings and guru.

`Spellcheck generation` cannot write simple words

Children in the UK are struggling to write simple and everyday words because of an increasing reliance on spellcheckers, according to a new research.

‘Words in quarrel not always with criminal intent’

The Bombay High Court here came to
the rescue of a husband by ruling that words spoken during a
quarrel are not always uttered with a criminal intent.

Words heat up as Punjab gears up for polls

Words like `coward`, `betrayer`, `mole`, `liar`, `medieval monarch` and `senile` may not form the most politically-correct vocabulary.

Kiran, Chandrababu exchange words in AP Assembly

Known for their animosity towards
each other, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy
and Leader of Opposition N Chandrababu Naidu exchanged words
on the floor of the state Assembly once again on Tuesday.

‘Magic cap’ that helps you spell words with your mind!

How great would it be if you could do away with a keyboard forever and simply type using your mind?

ICSE Board restrained from using "objectionable" words in books

A Delhi court has restrained the
Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Board from using
"objectionable" words like "militant, radicals and extremists"
in History and Civic text books prescribed by it.

Babies understand words in a grown-up way

Babies can understand words and process them in a grown up way.

Chidambaram, Buddhadeb in a war of words, literally

Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram`s choice of a word derived from a foreign lingo in his recent letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has sparked off a controversy.

Political Play with Words

Politics is a very complex field; more so because it involves human relationships with a variety of objectives in mind.

Political Play with Words

Politics is a very complex field; more so because it involves human relationships with a variety of objectives in mind.

Oxford dictionary shuns "faboosh" words

Are you a tanorexic partial to a bit of flashpacking, but hate your cankles?

Mind Your Language

Words have the power to make or break one’s career, relationships, reputation et al. They hold more significance for people in the public eye.

Mind Your Language

Words have the power to make or break one’s career, relationships, reputation et al. They hold more significance for people in the public eye.

Words on FBI tape out of context: Blagojevich

Former Illinois Gov Rod Blagojevich said that statements he made on secret FBI wiretap tapes were taken out of context by prosecutors.