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Nilgiri Hills

(ˈnɪlɡɪrɪ) or

Nilgiris

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(Placename) a plateau in S India, in Tamil Nadu. Average height: 2000 m (6500 ft), reaching 2635 m (8647 ft) in Doda Betta
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Noun1.Nilgiri Hills - hills in southern India
Bharat, India, Republic of India - a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
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Tenders are invited for THE NILGIRIS DISTRICT - UPGRADATION OF KUPPAIKULI PARSONS VALLEY PORTHIMANDU ROAD 2.
Five private tea estates from the Nilgiris won awards for the quality of their tea production in the different tea categories: United Nilgiri Tea Estates Company Limited, Hittakal Group, Woodbriar Group, Darmona Tea Industry and Kodanad Estate.
Future Group's FMCG arm buys convenience store chain Nilgiris
20 November 2013 - India's retailer Future Group, owned by businessman Kishore Biyani, is in talks with UK buyout firm Actis Capital LLP to take full control of Bangalore-based supermarket chain Nilgiris, The Economic Times reported today citing a knowledgeable source.
Coimbatore/ Nilgiris (Tamil Nadu), June 10 ( ANI ): Former Telecom Minister and prime accused in the 2G-spectrum scam A.
Behind me are 600 sq km of tea plantations, rising into the Nilgiris and each tea bush is neatly manicured and sitting perfectly amidst the stunningly endless tram lines that crisscross the mountain range.
It tells us in great detail about the first mission to the Nilgiris in 1602, mentioning even the names of the two clerics (George and Augustine) who managed with a guide to reach the Nilgiri highlands; however, it is impossible to tell whom they met there, other than the Badaga.
Robert Wemischner, the Los Angeles-based co-author of ``Cooking With Tea,'' suggests trying a Nilgiris.
Professor Ramalingaswami's research career started at Nutrition Research Laboratories, Coonoor in the Nilgiris (now the National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad) in 1947.
and Canada has brightened up the possibility of increased shipments of Nilgiris teas to these destinations, reveals a review.
In the Nilgiris area, there are six tribal communities living here.