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Banned! Don't use these words in 2016

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Raman Krishnaswamy
by Raman Krishnaswamy on Jan 06, 2016 07:56 PM

I do not understand why problematic and stake holder are included in the list. Both are 'non-problematic' words when used in the correct context. The other words are very seldom used in common parlance.

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surendra tripathi
Banned words
by surendra tripathi on Jan 06, 2016 07:51 PM

it is audd to repeat words uselessly. Thuis article would have not been read if the word 'banned' was not used in the headlines.

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mallaiah anchoori
Yet, there is one more annoying phrase
by mallaiah anchoori on Jan 06, 2016 06:21 PM

Apart from what are mentioned,there is yet another phrase used umpteen number of times to complete a sentence by some people.."YOU KNOW"it will be so frequent & so fast that we could observe it only if we carefully follow the conversation..In Telugu ws call it as "ootapadam" which soes not make any sense but appears becoming necessary as a bridging phrase to complete the sentence.I know at least half a dozen people using the phrase and fotr me it looks as though they would be doing so to get time for the next part of the sentence or for searching the next word/s to be spoken..whatever it bemit will be a bit odd irritating for its non-users...why not this too be banned...

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Swarup Saikia
by Swarup Saikia on Jan 06, 2016 02:27 PM

stakeholder is a management term which also includes consumers, clients, affected people, etc. who don't have stakes in a company. rediff get some knowledge before posting

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