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Malayali

(ˌmælɪˈɑːlɪ) or

Malayalee

n
(Peoples) a speaker of the Malayalam language
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Malayalee expats need to pay Dh90 for a six-month subscription package.
THE Bahrain Malayalee CSI Parish will hold its Christmas carol service at 6.
NORKA department is interested to work in collaboration with overseas Malayalee organisations for the welfare of NRKs," the Minister said at a session titled 'Mobilising the Community for NRK welfare' at the global NRK meet here which began yesterday.
Abu Dhabi: Malayalee expatriates in Abu Dhabi have raised a toast to the government of Kerala's decision to gradually become a dry state.
I believe that Malayalee expats who have been working to feed their families and relatives back home have changed a lot.
Dr Moolan, who is also the chairman of the Global Malayalee Council, donated five million Indian rupees (SR304,000/$80,996) to Apollo's - 'Save-a-child's heart initiative.
The event, titled 'Akgma Arts Fiesta 2012', was organised by Al Khail Gate Malayalee Association or Akgma, a social and welfare group of Keralites living in the Al Khail Gate gated community in Al Quoz.
One of them had contacted Bahrain Malayalee Business Forum's (BMBF) secretary-general Basheer Ambalayi.
He is also affiliated with the District Advisory Committee of the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the Ministry of Commerce's Agricultural and Processed Food Product Export Development Authority, the Ministry of Textiles' Apparel Export Promotion Council, the Central Committee of Delhi Malayalee Association and the Delhi Kerala Muslim Welfare Association.
Gladys, 56, is in the UAE to attend a function organised to honour her by the Gulf Malayalee Christian Writers Forum in Sharjah, scheduled to take place today at 8pm at Sharjah Worship.
The GDN reported early this month that investors started getting their gold back, following the intervention of the Bahrain Malayalee Business Forum (BMBF).
Because the cinema was so popular among Malayalee expatriates, we'd just end up bumping into each other there.