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Tiruchirapalli

(ˌtɪrətʃɪrəˈpʌlɪ; tɪˌruːtʃɪˈrɑːpəlɪ) or

Trichinopoly

n
(Placename) an industrial city in S India, in central Tamil Nadu on the Cauvery River: dominated by a rock fortress 83 m (273 ft) high. Pop: 746 062 (2001)

Tir•u•chi•ra•pal•li

or Tir•uch•chi•rap•pal•li

(ˌtɪr ʊ tʃɪˈrɒp ə li)

n.
a city in central Tamil Nadu, in S India. 387,223.
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Summary: Trichy (Tamil Nadu) [India], June 8 (ANI): Text in Hindi language on signages at the BSNL office and the Post Office outside Trichy Airport was painted black on Saturday by unidentified people.
A forum of Tamil expatriates from India has requested the airline companies in the Gulf region to consider operating flights to Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) International Airport in central Tamil Nadu for the next few days as the Chennai International Airport has been closed since Tuesday owing to the prevailing flood situation in the southern metropolis.
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Malaysian airline AirAsia announced on Monday that it is launching a second daily flight on its route between Kuala Lumpur and Trichy (Tiruchirappalli) in India from 1 September 2009.
Summary: Trichy (Tamil Nadu) [India], Oct 12 (ANI): An internal inquiry has been set up by Air India Express after their Dubai-bound flight from Trichy, with 136 passengers on board, hit the Air Traffic Control (ATC) compound wall on Thursday at the Trichy Airport, and was subsequently diverted to Mumbai.
Summary: Trichy (Tamil Nadu( [India], April 6 (ANI): Famers in Trichy, Tamil Nadu, partially buried themselves in the sand on the banks of the Cauvery River on Friday, demanding that the Central Government create the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) at the earliest.
Summary: Trichy (Tamil Nadu) [India], April 6 (ANI): Farmers in Trichy, Tamil Nadu, on Friday, partially buried themselves in sand on the banks of the Cauvery River, demanding that the Central Government create the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) at the earliest.