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A city of central India east-northeast of Mumbai. It is an important commercial and industrial center.


(Placename) a city in central India, in NE Maharashtra state: became capital of the kingdom of Nagpur (1743); capital of the Central Provinces (later Madhya Pradesh) from 1861 to 1956. Pop: 2 051 320 (2001)


(ˈnɑg pʊər)

a city in NE Maharashtra, in central India. 1,624,752.
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Murrough (MP-Bridport).] Take, again, the case of the Maharanees of Nagpore, which is a case of torture, not, I admit, in a violent sense of the word, by the application of the kittee to the hands, or powdered chillies to the eyes of these ladies (for those are expedients which I believe the hon.
Golwalkar, Our Nationhood Defined, Nagpore 1939 - quoted in India's Struggle for Independence.)