Malayali


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Malayali

(ˌmælɪˈɑːlɪ) or

Malayalee

n
(Peoples) a speaker of the Malayalam language
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BUFFALO MEAT was back on Kerala House menu on Wednesday and lapped up within 45 minutes by a crowd, that included regular Malayali customers as well as foodies intrigued by the latest ' beef controversy'.
Abish is a true entertainer and to top it all, he's a Malayali, so he will make sure he never leaves until the job is done.
Delhi you promised to accommodate every citizen, Bihari, Bengali, Malayali, Manipuri, Kashmiri, Goan, black, white, man, woman, transgender, gay, blind, deaf, homeless," she said as she addressed the chief minister.
I had serialised the story for Malayali readers as I had no inkling then that it would be translated.
Film CafA-2015 will feature films from different parts of the world like Bahrain, Mexico, Canada and India of which many are by Malayali expatriates.
While working there, Kumar became the first Malayali to set up an electronic shop in Dubai: Shaja Electronics in Naif area.
It is also the state flower of Kerala, India, and possesses immense importance among the Malayali population (Joshi 2000).
A Malayali businessman who built up a successful business empire is now buying a stake in the East India Company Ltd (EIC), the British trading company that once dominated the global spice trade and ruled India.
Many are from the Hyderabadi and Malayali communities, two of the largest blocs of Indian expatriates in the Kingdom.
Of the fifty-three manuscripts ultimately used for the edition, nine were written in southern scripts: four Malayali, three Grantha, two Telugu.
There are some towns that are under the control of the rebels, some towns where Indians are there and there are areas where large numbers of Malayali nurses are working, including 46 nurses in Tikrit, who are virtually held up as hey can't go anywhere, there is no flight available and they can't even escape.