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  • 1. Book
    2. Story
    3. Pages
    4. Read
    5. Novel
    6. Words

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8 New Features Of Microsoft Office 2016

For the past 15 to 20 years, we have been using Microsoft Windows at our homes and offices, as a part of our daily lives. Microsoft Windows has become an integral part of our daily life and to bring in some new surprises, Microsoft has now released Office 2016. These apps are the latest addition to Office 365, Microsoft’s cloud-based subscription service, their most comprehensive solution ever, according to independent.ie.

Designed For All Family Members:

There’s no doubt that Microsoft is designed for all family members but there a catch. If you sign up to Office 365 which is for one year, you have to pay €69 ( 5096) for one user which includes new Office 2016 apps both for PC and Mac as well as installation on your personal tablet and Smartphone. However the new Office 365 is always updated to new features as soon as they become available in the app store.

You can also pay €10 ( 740) on a monthly basis if you choose to and can upgrade to a family Office 365 for just €99 ( 7300), which means you will get all of the above features for 5 users. It is perfect for 5 working family members at home. Remember, Office 365 gets you Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher and a whole lot more, each one packed with heaps of features that are constantly improving and adapting to suit your needs.

Cloud Storage And Sharing:

Cloud Storage on the new Office 365 has been made much easier than before as Microsoft is giving 1TB (1000 GB) of cloud storage space for its users. This is just perfect for your family members to store their photos, videos, movies, songs and lot more without any difficulty. This feature of Office 365 will reduce or eliminate the usage of bulky hard drives both internal and external.

Microsoft Office 2016 will enable you to share any type of file or a document with any device. This new feature of Office 2016 will save you a lot of time.

Windows Hello And Mobile Office 2016:

This feature of Windows Hello allows user to just sign in once into Office 2016 instead of manually logging into each feature of Office 2016 which saves a lot of time for the user. With just one password, you can log in to Office 2016. Another great feature is the Mobile Office 2016, which means the Office 2016 is available on all platforms like Android, iOS and Windows (PC, Mac, Tablet and Smartphone).

New Clutter Feature:

This new feature called clutter lets you organize and maintain your spam emails that annoy you every time. This feature will organize your spam mails and also gives the user full control of what to do with those spam mails. Clutter even sends you a weekly rundown of what has gone in. You can also tell Clutter never to put that type of content in again.

Smart Lookup Feature:

Now the new Smart Lookup feature will let you to check your spelling or definition of the word in any document. Now, all you have to do is highlight the text or phrase, right click and select Smart Lookup in Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. Office will then correlate all the most relevant info for you to use all in your current window which means you won’t have to pop between applications and potentially get lost.

Tell Me Feature:

Perhaps this might be the best feature of Office 2016, as it lets you change the font type in Word or just help you with other issues by just tapping on the Tell Me bar and entering your query. For e.g., If you want to change font to Arial; simply enter “change font to Arial” and click on the corresponding command in the Tell Me search bar.

Skype Integration:

Skype has now grown with Office 2016 in a way that is much easier to use for the user. Now Skype has integrated its feature into Office 2016 which lets the user to seamlessly use Skype from within the Word or Excel which is great. So there’s no need to open or click between any other apps or windows , just one click and you are there.

Creating And Collaborating In Real Time:

This feature might be one of the biggest additions to the new Office 2016, which is a real-time co-authoring in Word. For the first time, you can now work on the same document at precisely the same time as potentially multiple friends and family members – not only that but you can see it all happen as they type.

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Forth Generation of Thakaray

पाहा, काय चाललंय ठाकरेंच्या चौथ्या पिढीचं?

 

 

 

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Dhoni Selected name “Jeeva” for her newly born daughter

धोनीनं जाहीर केलं आपल्या चिमुकलीचं नाव…

धोनीनं जाहीर केलं आपल्या चिमुकलीचं नाव...

भारतीय क्रिकेट कॅप्टन महेंद्र सिंग धोनी आणि त्यांची पत्नी साक्षी धोनी यांनी आपल्या नवजात मुलीच्या नावाच्या रहस्यावरचा पडदा उघडलाय. 

जगभर पसरलेले धोनीचे फॅन्स त्याच्या लाडक्या चिमुकलीचं नाव जाणून घेण्यासाठी उत्सुक होते. त्यांची उत्सुकता जास्त ताणून न धरता धोनीनं आपल्या चिमुकलीचं नाव जाहीर केलंय. 

धोनीनं आपल्या चिमुकलीचं नाव ‘जीवा’ असं ठेवलंय. जीवा हा एक पारसी शब्द आहे. याचा अर्थ आहे सुंदर, चमकदार, कुशाग्र आणि प्रकाश… 

आपल्या चिमुकलीचं नाव साक्षी धोनीनं ट्विट करून जाहीर केलंय. ‘या सुंदर जगात तुझं स्वागत आहे जीवा! मम्मा आणि पापा तुझ्यावर खूप प्रेम करतात. शुभेच्छांसाठी आभारी आहे, #बेबी जीवा’!, असं साक्षीनं ट्विट केलंय. 

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Poet Bahinabai Chaudhari Songs Kavita in English

बहिणाबाईंच्या कवितांचे सीमोल्लंघन

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बहिणाबाईंच्या कविता अनुभवाव्या लागतात. त्यांचा अनुवाद करणे ही खरोखरच आव्हानात्मक बाब. तप्त मातीवर पावसाचा पहिला थेंब पडल्यानंतर जो मृदगंध उमटतो, त्याचे वर्णन करण्याइतकेच ते कठीण आहे. अनेक पिढ्या बहिणाबाईंच्या कविता ऐकत मोठ्या झाल्या आहेत. मात्र प्रत्येक वेळी ऐकताना त्या नवीन अर्थ सांगतात, वेगळी दृष्टी देतात. आर्किटेक्टच्या विद्यार्थ्यांना एका प्रोजेक्टसाठी माधुरी शानभाग यांनी बहिणाबाईंच्या एका कवितेचा अनुवाद करून दिला होता. विशेष म्हणजे केरळमध्ये जेव्हा त्याचे सादरीकरण झाले, तेव्हा तेथील टेक्नोक्रॅटना त्या ओळी आवडल्या. इतक्या वर्षांनंतरही बहिणाबाईंच्या कविता हृदयाला भिडत असतील, तर त्यांचा अनुवाद करण्याचे आव्हान पेलायलाच हवे, असे शानभाग यांना वाटले. अनुवादामध्ये बहिणाबाईंच्या कवितेतील सौंदर्य काही अंशी उतरले तरी सार्थक झाले, असे त्या म्हणतात.

‘फ्रॅगरन्स ऑफ द अर्थ’मध्ये त्यांनी बहिणाबाईंच्या कवितांचे मन आणि हृदय, माहेर, प्राक्तन आणि घर, आसपासचे लोक, शेती आणि सणवार, देव आणि अन्य कविता अशा सात विभागांमध्ये वर्गीकरण केले आहे. आचार्य अत्रे, पु. ल. देशपांडे, इंदिरा संत, बा. भ. बोरकर, डॉ. मालतीबाई किर्लोस्कर, डॉ. प्रभा गणोरकर, आदींचे बहिणाबाईंबद्दलचे लेख समाविष्ट करण्यात आले आहेत. उषा तांबे यांची प्रस्तावना लाभली आहे. बहिणाबाईंचा अल्प परिचयही सुरुवातीला देण्यात आला आहे.

दांडगी निरीक्षणशक्ती, उत्तम स्मरणशक्ती, तल्लख बुद्धिमत्ता आणि प्रतिभा बहिणाबाईंपाशी होती, याचा प्रत्यr त्यांनी रचलेल्या ओव्या वाचताना ठायी ठायी येतो. त्या निरक्षर होत्या, पण अडाणी नव्हत्या. रोजच्या जगण्यातील प्रत्येक गोष्टीवर त्यांनी काव्य केले. जात्यावर दळता दळता, चूल फुंकता फुंकता, चुलीपुढे भाकर थापताना, शेतात काम करतानाचा प्रत्येक क्षण त्यांनी टिपला आहे. परिस्थिती कशीही असली तरी धीर सोडायचा नाही, आलेल्या परिस्थितीला धीराने तोंड द्यायचं, हे त्यांनी मनाशी पक्कं केलं होतं. त्यामुळे त्यांच्या अनेक रचना संतांच्या रचनेशी एकरूप झाल्यासारख्या वाटतात. शानभाग यांनी त्या कवितांचे वैशिष्ट्य कायम राखत यमकं जुळवण्यापेक्षा अनुवाद उत्तम कसा होईल, याकडे त्यांनी लक्ष दिलं आहे. प्रत्येक कवितेआधी कवितेची थोडक्यात माहिती दिली आहे. अनेक शब्द मूळ रूपातच ठेवले आहेत. उदाः माहेर, संसार, मंत्र, रथ, रोटी. यामुळे भारतीय वाचकांना या कविता समजणं अवघड नाही.

पुस्तकातील पहिलीच कविता आहे ‘सरसोती, माय मदर’. कोणतेही शिक्षण नसताना कविता कशा सुचतात, या प्रश्नाला बहिणाबाईंनी असे उत्तर दिले आहेः My Mother, Godess Sarasotee

Teaches me, words and meaning of all

‘Her’ secrets, she sows

In ‘Her’ favorite daughter’s soul

कवितेमध्ये त्या म्हणतात, ‘फुलामधी सामावला, धरित्रीचा परिमय, माझ्या नाकाले विचारा, नथनीले त्याचे काय?’

मातीचा सुवास फुलांमध्ये उतरला आहे, हे माझ्या नाकालाच समजते. बाह्य अलंकार असलेल्या नथनीला ते काय कळणार? इतक्या साध्या सरळ गोष्टीतून त्यांनी किती मोठा अर्थ सांगितलाय.

‘अरे संसार संसार’ ही बहिणाबाईंची प्रसिद्ध कविता शानभाग यांनी उत्तमरीत्या अनुवादीत केली आहे.

Oh! This Sansar, this Sansar

Like a griddle on the stove

One has to face the burns first

And then only get the Roti roasted.

शेतावर काम करून थकलेली घरधनीण घरी परतते. तिला घरच्यांसाठी जेवण करायचं आहे, पण चूलच पेटत नाहीये. या परिस्थितीवरही त्यांनी काव्य केले आहे, हे पाहून थक्क व्हायला होते.

The Kitchen is full of smoke,

It is just not fading,

My eyes are red

The stove is not igniting

It is just not igniting

I am blowing and blowing air

Everybody at home

Is hungry, waiting for food.

अहिराणी बोलीतील शब्द आणि कवितांचा बाज कायम ठेवणे अधिक आव्हानात्मक होते. ते शिवधनुष्य शानभाग यांनी पेलले आहे.

– स्नेहल जोशी-कुळकर्णी

फ्रॅगरन्स ऑफ द अर्थ, अनुवादः माधुरी शानभाग, राजहंस प्रकाशन, पानेः १६५, किंमतः ३०० रु.

 

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Indian local type language

INDIA KA BOL BACHCHAN

It’s chatpata, complex and thoda crazy. It’s what gets the point across, gets us going and gets us together. In our republic of many languages, we celebrate the slang that belongs to no one but is loved by everyone

AAJU bAAju: Surroundings “She pretends she doesn’t know how to flirt, par uske aaju baaju kitne ladke hai, dekho!”

AINVAYI: Just like that “I still can’t believe Deepika Padukone is dating Ranveer Singh. He’s so ainvayi.” Or “Why did you arrive late for the meeting?… Ainvayi.”

ALIBAUG se AANA: To be gullible “Think you can charge me ` 32,000 to rent this damp unfurnished apartment? Main Alibaug se nahi aaya hoon!”

AtrAngi: Strange, unusual, odd “She cooks Maggi without the tastemaker and then adds raspberry jam. It’s a little atrangi, I feel…”

BAJU: Side “Driver, baju ki building mein jaana hai.” Or “Boss, baju ho jao.”

BAS KYA: Come on, dude “You’ve charged me for delivery and now you’re saying it is delayed. Bas kya.”

bekAr KA mAgAjmAAri: Unnecessary

complications

“You’re going to meet his parents, pick out a ring? Why do bekaar ka magajmaari if you don’t think he’s the one?”

bhAo MAT de: Don’t indulge “She’s only pretending to like football so that she gets some attention from the guys. Bhao mat de.”

bole toh: A sort of hedging tactic when

speaking “Amitabh bole toh… great guy. But his height… bole toh… hard to do some dance moves with Jaya Bhaduri.

ChAAtu: Boring, excruciatingly so “She kept talking about some physics experiment during our first date. Such a chaatu she turned out to be.”

CHALOO: Cheap, low-quality, cutting

corners “You can buy phones from a Bangkok night market, But personally, it all looks

like chaloo stuff to me.”

ChAkhnA: Bar snacks “You know your bar is moving up in life when they serve wasabi peas and salted caramel popcorn as chakhna.”

CHAMCHA: Sycophant/Tattle-tale “Didthat we he don’t really like have his to tie go today?tell the What boss a chamcha!”

ChAped (ChA- pAid)/ ChAmAAt/kAnpAt:

Resounding slap “If you dare say anything against Big B, such a chaped you’ll get, I swear!”

CHAUD: Possessing, or claiming to possess, alpha-male character “Don’t show so much chaud. Even a horror movie like The Babadook will make you cry.”

Chep/Chipkoo: Clingy, someone who tries to cling on to another person “I was planning to go to the movies, but now this guy has come over and is refusing to leave. He’s a total chep.”

CHILLAR: Loose change, expendable, superfluous, unimportant “Don’t bother about all these people who aren’t coming for the hiking trip, they’re basically chillar.”

Chirkoot: An underling or minion “You don’t have to send all the Thank You notes to all the clients yourself. Just get some chirkoot to do it.”

CHOP/JHAND/BAND: Something that goes wrong. Very, very wrong “I thought Star Wars and Star Trek are the same. Meri toh chop hi ho gayi in front of that cute guy.” Or “I dropped the bowl of gravy on my white shirt during the team dinner. Full jhand, I tell you.” Or “My dad caught me smoking last night. Mera toh band baj gaya.”

Cut to Cut: To the point, precise “This man is all business and knows what he needs out of you. Ekdum cut to cut hai.”

dAAndi mArnA/kAlti MARNA: To bunk

work or school “This was the week just before Diwali. There would be lots of work to finish. So of course, usne daandi mari.”

dhAAsu: Awesome “Yaar, Shah Rukh’s last film was so dhaasu, I saw it five times!”

BHAIYYA/BOSS/ANNA/DADA:

Terms used in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata respectively for autowallahs, shopkeepers, canteenwallahs, and just about every other person on the road. “Bhaiyya/boss/anna/dada, will you go to Connaught Place/Mahim/ Mount Road/Park Street?”

Dhakkan: Stupid “Ranbir and Ranveer are not the same person, dhakkan!”

Dheel: Ease up “He’s new, from a small town and just learning how to talk to women. Thoda dheel de.”

Dimag ka Dahi banana: To annoy and

exasperate “Dude I’ve heard the story of your breakup three times already. Dimag ka dahi mat bana.”

EKDUM chakachak: Sparkling “Usually their house is a little dusty. But when they bring Ganpati home, it’s ekdum chakachak for 11 whole days.”

enthu cutlet: Needlessly zealous “First month of college and she’s signed up for debate team, football tryouts, music classes and the college magazine. Such an enthu cutlet.”

Falana Dhimkana: Etc, etc “I bought two pairs of jeans, five tops, three dresses, falana dhimkana from the shops yesterday.”

Fatka: A hit to the wallet “A movie, popcorn, dinner and drinks. That’s a ` 5,000-fatka right there!”

Fattu: Sissy/coward

“Don’t be a fattu! Go, ask her out.”

Feel: Extreme emotion; usually used to denote something ‘epic’

“Drove through the streets of Delhi in an open jeep at 3am in this cold. Feel aa gayi yaar!”

Fek (hinDi); bhaatt anD Dhop (bengali):

Bullsh*t “I can drink 20 beers in one go.” “Nonsense! Fek mat/Bhaatt bokish na/ Dhop marish na.”

Fittoos: A fair and square closure or resolution “You borrowed money from me, I took your bike and gave it back with an empty tank. Fittoos.”

Fokkat: For free, for nothing “If you’re getting harassed by telecallers, just block the numbers. Don’t take fokkat ka tension.”

gaFla/gochi/ghapla: Something fishy “The builder had done some major gafla with the previous municipal corporator, which means no one will be able to build on this land.”

ghanchakkar: Scatterbrain “Arrey ghanchakkar! You can’t keep putting your phone on silent, then losing it and trying to call the number to locate it!”

ghotala: A scam “How come he’s just 32 and already has a BMW?” “He must be doing ghotala with the company finances!”

ghungroo salman: Your typical curly-haired dude who thinks he is cool “Look at those tight jeans, belt buckle, shades and frayed jacket – he’s a total ghungroo Salman.”

goli Dena/ taang Dena: To ditch a plan “She didn’t turn up for the food walk. Goli de di last minute pe.”

gyaan: Preaching, unsolicited advice “She throws around gyaan like a

grandma. And to think she’s only 24!”

HAFTA: The weekly bribe “Arrey, where did your chaatwallah disappear to?” “He must not have paid his hafta.”

hawa aane De: Give me some space “I just got into a Twitter fight with some idiot who can’t even spell. Don’t bug me now. Chal chal, hawa aane de.”

hool: Hollow threat “If you’ve parked in your neighbour’s spot, he won’t say a thing to you. Lekin driver ko hool dega.”

Jack: To use connections “Her dad sure used some jack to get her into university.”

Jhataack/Dhinchak: Over-bright, oversequinned, over-embellished “I know that glitter is on-trend. But shiny metallic shoes, watch, belt and bag? Bit jhataack, no?”

JUGAAD: Quick-fix/ingenious solution “You should contact this guy in Palika Bazaar for your broken iPhone. He has a jugaad for everything.”

kaam chalau: Not great, but works for the time being “This hotel is small, there’s no hot water, but it’s got a great location, basically kaam chalau.”

KAAND: Massive controversy “Kaand ho gaya! Pinky’s BF hooked up with her best friend!”

KADKA: Broke “These guys keep going out for drinks after every client meeting. No wonder I’m kadka by the 15th.”

KEEDA: To be full of beans, over-enthusiasm “Sky parasailing diving, – snorkelling,it’s his first foreignbody surfing holiday, and na? khali That’s peeli: why so much keeda.”

Without reason “Don’t fight with your sister khali peeli! You’ll get one chaped.”

khisak le: Scurry away, get away “Dress well. Wish the bride and groom. Help yourself to the buffet and khisak le. Who will know you weren’t invited?”

khopcha: The corner/on the sly “Don’t mess with that guy. I’m sure he’s running something illegal out of some khopcha somewhere.”

khunnas: Simmering vengefulness “Have you pissed him off? Which khunnas is he taking out on you?”

koi naa: It’s okay/doesn’t matter “I forgot my salad jar today and I had fried puri for lunch. I am going to gain so many extra calories today” “Koi naa, just have light dinner ya.”

kuch bhi: Like, whatever “She says that she got that foreign accent from spending her summer at Maasi’s house in Birmingham. Kuch bhi!”

LAFDA: A murky affair. Sometimes just an affair “He comes home late, leaves early, has been spending all his time on the phone and yesterday I saw him browsing for ‘best kissing tips’. Some lafda is on.”

lapet/Jhaap: To hear a yarn “Sure, you went to the US and were walking towards the White House when Obama stopped and said, ‘Chal, I’ll drop you’? Lapet! Lapet!”

le khaa parle-g: Heckling someone who hasn’t understood an adult joke “You didn’t get what the Sardar said to the rabbi after he came out of the Irishman’s bedroom? Le khaa Parle-G.”

HaanJi:

Yes. Very versatile, can be used in all sorts of situations with all sorts of intonations, even as a standalone sentence on its own “Haanji? (Question)” “Hello! Haanji! (Hello!, What’s up?)” “Haanji??!! (Anger)” “Haanji (Agree)”

Locha: A mix up “Ordered using five per cent off on debit card at the sale, with a coupon code and a voucher. I think locha ho gaya!”

MaaLdaar party: Moneyed people “For Diwali, our new neighbours didn’t just give us sweets, but a crystal diya and a silk shawl too! Maaldaar party hogi.”

Mach Mach: Pointless cribbing “Listen, let’s get everyone to pay in advance and only then buy those film tickets. So there is no mach mach about someone being left out.”

off hona/ tapak jana: To die “There used to be lots of gangsters in this area, but one by one, sab tapak gaye.”

o teri: Random exclamation “O teri! You haven’t had any lunch?” Or “O teri! A pair of shoes for six grand!”

pachchka: Insult, a feeling of being duped (not to be confused with the Kolkata street food) “You came all the way to this party because you thought you’d meet her? Dude, tera pachchka ho gaya. She wasn’t even invited.”

pakau: Dull and annoying “Best not to be home between 8pm and 10pm. Or you’ll be stuck in the living room with your aunt and her pakau TV shows.”

paLLe padna: To understand “Did you understand Interstellar? Mere toh palle hi nahi padi.”

panga: To take on, to provoke “Don’t take panga with people bigger than you. Or even smaller than you. Who knows who they are connected to?”

papLoo: The scapegoat “They want me to deliver the bad news, wait for the client to come and expect him to pay the bill. Basically I’m the paploo.”

patao/Line Maro: To court a woman “Dude, beter not pester her. Just patao the girl, don’t be a stalker”

patLi gaLLi se nikaLna: Taking the fast lane out of a bad situation “He’ll come along to drink, but when the bill arrives, woh patli galli se nikalta hai.”

popat: Idiot, a patsy “He bought her a teddy bear for Valentine’s Day, but it turned out that she was married. Uska to popat ho gaya, yaar”

pubLic: Your peeps “I like this place. Retro music. Cheap chicken lollipops. Bad Hindi film playing on mute on the TV. And my kinda public.”

rada: Some trouble “Why are you late to work?” “Some guy cut the signal and thoda rada ho gaya”

rokda: Cold, hard cash “These guys are dealing in fake handbags and imitation watches, you can’t give them your credit card! Of course they’ll want rokda!”

saLtao: To solve or resolve “If you’re not getting along with your seniors, just saltao it here. Don’t wait for the college principal to hear about it.”

satak: To scoot

“Sure you can sit comfortably in the ladies seats, but if women enter the bus, then satak.”

scene: Programme; also, situation, mostly of a not-so-platonic nature “What’s the scene for tonight?” Or “What’s the scene between Rahul and Rani, heh? *wink*”

senti: Unnecessarily emotional “Don’t be so senti, you’ll find a dress that fits you in the next shop.”

shaana: A wise guy “We know what you’re capable of and what you aren’t. Don’t try to be a shaana.”

shaanpatti: Being a smartypants “The intern told us he didn’t want to work weekends, wanted his own cubicle and refused to coordinate with other interns. I told him to take his shaanpatti to another company.”

shendi Lagaana/ topi pehnana: To make

a fool of “My phone company tries to charge me for calls to countries I’ve never even heard of. This is total shendi lagaana.”

suMdi Mein: Secretly “We all thought he was gay, you know? But sumdi mein he went and married his neighbour.”

sutta: A loose cigarette “Where is he?” “Stepped outside, looking for a lighter for his sutta.”

taLLi: Drunk “I had so much to drink last night. Full talli I was.”

tapLi: A tap on the head, usually in censure “He wants to go to Russia in January? Give him one tapli, he’ll be fine.”

tashan: Bravado with aggression “These guys can’t box, don’t know karate, have zero upper-body strength. But insult their locality and there’s full tashan.”

thakeLa: Tired, old-fashioned, in need of a change “Honestly, if men keep coming up to women with thakela pick-up lines, it’s their own stupid fault that they can’t score.”

thuLLa: Police wallah “I can’t drink too much ya. Thulle rok lenge toh band baj jayega.”

Vaat Lag gayi: To be cornered, duped,

in a soup “We all took off for a late lunch on the one day the man from head office dropped in. Vaat lag gayi, yaar!”

VeLa/Lukhkha: Jobless, not necessarily without a job, but without any productive work to do “What you up to?” “Nothing yaar, just sitting vela.” Or “Don’t be so vela in life. Go pay the electricity bills.”

Waanda nahi: No problem “You want a paint job, plasterwork, new fittings and wiring completed before this weekend? Waanda nahi.”

yeda ban kar peda khana: Playing the fool as part of your strategy and winning

“He’ll say he’s not prepared for the Algebra paper. Then he tops the class – that’s yeda ban kar peda khana!”

Neka (bengaLi):

One who resorts to too much drama in daily conversation or to prove a point, usually in a whiny voice “That chick who talks like Sridevi gets on my nerves. Big time neka she is.” “If you don’t meet me today, I will never talk to you ever again. *pout*” “Oh, please! Don’t be such a neka!”

 bhaatt anD Dhop (bengali)
 ChAmAAt
 taang Dena
 tapak jana
 topi pehnana
AAJU bAAju
AINVAYI
ALIBAUG se AANA
ANNA
AtrAngi
BAJU
BAS KYA
bekAr KA mAgAjmAAri
BHAIYYA
bhAo MAT de
bole toh
BOSS
ChAAtu
ChAkhnA
CHALOO
CHAMCHA
ChAped (ChA- pAid)
CHAUD
Chep
CHILLAR
Chirkoot
CHOP
complications
Cut to Cut
dAAndi mArnA
DADA
dhAAsu
Dhakkan
Dheel
Dhinchak
Dimag ka Dahi banana
EKDUM chakachak
enthu cutlet
Falana Dhimkana
Fatka
Fattu
Feel
Fek (hinDi)
Fittoos
Fokkat
gaFla
ghanchakkar
ghapla
ghotala
ghungroo salman
gochi
goli Dena
gyaan
HaanJi
HAFTA
hawa aane De
hool
INDIA KA BOL BACHCHAN
Jack
Jhataack
JUGAAD
kaam chalau
KAAND
KADKA
kAlti MARNA
kAnpAt
KEEDA
khisak le
khopcha
khunnas
koi naa
kuch bhi
LAFDA
lapet
le khaa parle-g
Line Maro
Locha
MaaLdaar party
Mach Mach
Neka (bengaLi)
o teri
off hona
pachchka
pakau
paLLe padna
panga
papLoo
patao
patLi gaLLi se nikaLna
popat
pubLic
rada
rokda
saLtao
satak
scene
senti
shaana
shaanpatti
shendi Lagaana
suMdi Mein
sutta
taLLi
tapLi
tashan
thakeLa
thuLLa
Vaat Lag gayi
VeLa
Waanda nahi
yeda ban kar peda khana
BAND

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10 unknown facts about hrithik roshan

बॉलिवूडचा सुपरस्टार ऋतिक रोशन आज (१० जानेवारी) आपला ४१ वा वाढदिवस साजरा करत आहे. ऋतिकचा जन्म १९७४ मध्ये झाला होता. २००० साली ‘कहो ना प्यार है’ चित्रपटातून त्याने बॉलीवूडमध्ये पदार्पण केले आणि तो रातोरात प्रसिद्धीच्या झोतात आला. लाखो मुलींच्या हृदयाचे ठोके चुकवणा-या हृतिकबद्दलच्या या दहा गोष्टी तुम्हाला नक्कीच जाणून घ्यायला आवडतील.

१. १९८० साली हृतिक पहिल्यांदाच कॅमे-यास सामोरा गेला. त्यावेळी तो ६वर्षांचा होता. ‘आशा’ चित्रपटात त्याला अतिरीक्त कलाकारांमध्ये घेण्यात आले होते.

२. तो नेहमी त्याच्याजवळ एक स्क्रॅपबूक बाळगतो. या स्क्रॅपबूकमध्ये त्याच्या रोजच्या दिनचर्येतील गोष्टी छायाचित्रासह तो यात नमूद करतो.

३. २००० साली त्याला ३० हजार चाहत्यांकडून लग्नाच्या मागण्या आल्याचे स्वतः त्यानेच सांगितले आहे.

४. राकेश रोशन यांच्यावर झालेल्या माफियांच्या हल्ल्यामुळे हृतिकला मोठा धक्का बसला होता.त्यानंतर चित्रपटसृष्टी सोडण्याचा विचार त्याच्या मनात होता.

५. ज्यावेळी हृतिक त्याच्या वडिलांना चित्रपटांच्या सेटवर मदत करत होता तेव्हा त्याने कलाकारांना चहा देण्यापासून ते अगदी केरसूणी मारण्यापर्यंतचे काम केले आहे.

६. हृतिक पैसे हाताळण्यास अकार्यक्षम असल्यामुळे आर्थिक व्यवहारांसाठी तो त्याच्या आई-वडिलांवर अवलंबून असतो.

७. त्याला लहानपणी तोतरे बोलण्याची समस्या होती. ही समस्या सोडवण्यासाठी त्याने स्पष्ट बोलण्याचे क्लासेस घेतले आणि आता तो बॉलीवूडमधील सर्वात प्रभावी अभिनेता आहे.

८. सुदृढ शरिरासाठी हृतिकचे असणारे प्रेम हे सर्वांनाच माहित असेल, पण जर त्याची प्रकृती बिघडली तर तो फार उदास होतो.

९. मधुबाला आणि परवीन बाबी या त्याच्या आवडत्या अभिनेत्री असून, त्याचे यांच्यावर क्रश असल्याचे तो स्वतः मान्य करतो.

१०. नृत्यासाठी असलेले हृतिकचे वेड कोणाला माहित नाही असे नाही. पण, तो २१ वर्षांचा असताना त्याच्यावर एक शस्त्रक्रिया करण्यात आली होती. त्यामुळे आपण यापुढे कधीच नाचू शकणार नाही अशी भीती त्याच्या मनात तेव्हा निर्माण झाली होती.

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Himachal Tragedy: 24 Engineering Students From Hyderabad

असे वाहून गेले ‘ते’ २४ विद्यार्थी, दुर्घटनेचा एक्सक्लुझिव्ह व्हिडीओ

 

 

Himachal Tragedy: 24 Engineering Students From Hyderabad 

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भांडुपमध्ये गँगवार; एकाची हत्या

मुंबईतील भांडुप येथे सोमवारी रात्री संतोष चव्हाण या गुंडाची अज्ञात इसमांनी गोळ्या झाडून हत्या केली. संतोष चव्हाण हा भांडुप पश्चिमेकडील साई हिल रोड परिसरात जुगाराचा अड्डा चालवत होता.

रात्री अकराच्या सुमारास काही तरुण चव्हाणच्या जुगाराच्या अड्ड्यावर पोहोचले. तिथे त्यांनी चव्हाणवर पाच गोळ्या झाडल्या. त्यात त्याचा मृत्यू झाला. तर जमाल नावाचा एक इसम जखमी झाला. या हल्ल्यानंतर हल्लेखोर तेथून पसार झाले. जुगारातील वादातून ही हत्या झाली असावी, असा पोलिसांचा संशय असून अधिक तपास सुरू आहे.

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