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Winner (Telugu Movie)
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Yaman (Tamil Movie)
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Yaman (English: Lord of Death) is a Tamil political thriller film written and directed by Jeeva Shankar. The film features Vijay Antony and Miya George in the lead roles, while

Rangoon (Hindi Movie)
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Rangoon is a Hindi drama film, directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. The project is a period film set during World War II (1939-1945) and supposedly portrays the life and times of Mary Ann

Beautiful Manasugalu (Kannada Movie)
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Beautiful Manasugalu (English: Beautiful Hearts) is a Kannada romantic-thriller film written and directed by Jayatheertha. It features Sathish Ninasam and Shruthi Hariharan,

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Ezra is a Malayalam thriller written and directed by Jay K and starring Prithviraj Sukumaran. No Refunds or Exchanges all online sales are final Kids ages 2 - 12 need to have a

Festival Of Colors Holi | Goshala
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AzGoshala Presents 3nd Annual Holi - Festival Of Colors For Booths and sponsorships information please contact - Apurva 480-359-7492 or Satish 602-492-6023 Tons of Dance and Fun

Dileep Mega Show | Malayalam
Cultural
Dileep is coming up with a mega show with Kavya Madhavan, Namitha Pramod

'Grin' emoji wins millions of hearts globally

New York, Jan 11 (AZINS) Except the romantic French who prefer 'heart' emoji, people worldwide love the 'grin' emoji the most, reveals new research that looked at 427 million messages from nearly four million smartphone users in 212 countries.

'Grin' is the most popular emoji, comprising 15.4 per cent of the total symbols in the study, followed by 'heart' and 'love' emojis.

Using a popular method app, "Kika Emoji Keyboard", available in 60 languages, researchers from University of Michigan analysed millions of messages to see if emoji use was universal or differed based on user location and culture.

"Emojis are everywhere. They are becoming the ubiquitous language that bridges everyone across different cultures," said Wei Ai, doctoral student at University of Michigan.

Twenty per cent of messages of French include at least one symbol, followed by Russians and Americans.

"Countries with high levels of individualism use more happy emojis. Countries where ties between individuals are integrated and tight use more emojis expressing sadness, anger and negative feelings," the findings showed.

As French are perceived romantic, they mostly use "heart" emojis while people from other countries prefer face-related emojis.

"Our report shows that users from different countries can have various preferences to use emojis. The rank of emojis shown in the input methods should be country-aware to users," said associate professor Qiaozhu Mei.

The research, presented at Ubicomp conference 2016 in Germany recently, input methods could be developed to suggest relevant "next-to-use" emojis to users.