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Noun1.Tulu - a member of a Dravidian people living on the southwestern coast of IndiaTulu - a member of a Dravidian people living on the southwestern coast of India
Dravidian - a member of one of the aboriginal races of India (pushed south by Caucasians and now mixed with them)
2.Tulu - a Dravidian language spoken by the TuluTulu - a Dravidian language spoken by the Tulu
South Dravidian - a Dravidian language spoken primarily in southern India
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ATHLETICS: Former Olympic 10,000 metres champion Derartu Tulu has joined a star-studded women's field for next weekend's Bupa Great Manchester Run.
Derartu Tulu beat the Ethiopian record in the women's race winning in 51:27.
"I don't think I'm ready to be buried just yet," said O'Sullivan, after crossing the line in Hyde Park 15 yards ahead of double Olympic 10,000m champion, Derartu Tulu of Ethiopia.
Derartu Tulu is back in town bidding for a repeat of 10 years ago when she won her first Great North Cross-Country title at Durham.
Ireland's Sonia O'Sullivan has promised to fight to defend her title while Radcliffe has the healthiest of respect for the Ethiopian duo, Olympic and world 10,000 metres champions Derartu Tulu and Berhane Adere.
It is only natural then that South Indian movies have a large fan following in Qatar with movies in Malayalam, Kannada and Tulu language regularly released here.
From four to five Tulu films being made every year in the past, today this industry is churning out around 10 films annually.
The versatile singer is known as the voice behind hundreds of popular Konkani, Tulu, Kannada and Hindi songs.
The demand was made at a meeting of the Tulu welfare organisation chaired by its president Haseeb Khan Khattak on Sunday.
Bhola district AL general secretary Abdul Momin Tulu, Sadar upazila chairman Mosharraf Hossain and local leaders were present on the occasion.