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Coimbatore Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It is the administrative headquarters of the Coimbatore District and a major textile and engineering hub of South India. It forms a part of the ancient Kongu Nadu region of South India, where its people were the first to establish a territorial state. Coimbatore city, including its suburban areas has a

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Coimbatore district Simple English Wikipedia, the free

Coimbatore district is one of the 32 district of Tamil Nadu.Its headquarter Coimbatore city is the second biggest city in the state of Tamil Nadu.Coimbatore district is one of the most industrialized district of Tamil Nadu in textiles, education, healthcare, information technology, manufacturing etc. As of 2011, Coimbatore district had a population of 34,58,045 and the literacy rate is 84%.

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Timeline of Coimbatore Wikipedia

1880: Coimbatore Kalanidhi, one of the earliest Tamil newspapers was started by S. P. Narasimhalu Naidu. (The newspaper was a contemporay of the 'Salem Desabhimani' (1880) and predates the 'Swadesamitran' (1982)). 1883: The first financial institution/bank Coimbatore Janopakara Nidhi Limited setup by C. Sadasivam Mudaliar (22 June 1883).

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Coimbatore District (Madras Presidency) Simple English

Coimbatore district was one of the districts of the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India. It covered the areas of the present-day districts of Coimbatore, Erode and Tirupur and the Kollegal taluk of present-day Karnataka. It covered a total area of 20,400 square

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Coimbatore Municipal Corporation Wikipedia

History. The municipality of Coimbatore was established in 1866 according to the Town Improvements Act of 1865 with Sir Robert Stanes, a renowned industrialist as its first Chairman. The early days of the municipality were difficult as it had to tackle plague epidemics and earthquakes. In 1934, the municipality elected its first woman Chairman, K. Thankamma Jacob.

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Coimbatore Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It is the administrative headquarters of the Coimbatore District and a major textile and engineering hub of South India. It forms a part of the ancient Kongu Nadu region of South India, where its people were the first to establish a territorial state. Coimbatore city, including its suburban areas has a

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Coimbatore district Simple English Wikipedia, the free

Coimbatore district is one of the 32 district of Tamil Nadu.Its headquarter Coimbatore city is the second biggest city in the state of Tamil Nadu.Coimbatore district is one of the most industrialized district of Tamil Nadu in textiles, education, healthcare, information technology, manufacturing etc. As of 2011, Coimbatore district had a population of 34,58,045 and the literacy rate is 84%.

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Coimbatore District (Madras Presidency) Simple English

Coimbatore district was one of the districts of the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India. It covered the areas of the present-day districts of Coimbatore, Erode and Tirupur and the Kollegal taluk of present-day Karnataka. It covered a total area of 20,400 square

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Avinashi Road, Coimbatore Wikipedia

Avinashi Road, is an arterial road in Coimbatore, India.Running from east to west, the road starts at Uppilipalayam flyover and ends at Nillambur by-pass junction where it joins NH 544, Beyond Nillambur Junction, the road branches into two, with one traversing southwards to Madukarai to form the Coimbatore bypass while the other continues westwards to Avinashi and beyond to form the National

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Coimbatore-North taluk Simple English Wikipedia, the

Coimbatore (North) taluk is a taluk of Coimbatore City of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.On 9 May 2012, Government of Tamil Nadu announced that it will bifurcate Coimbatore North Taluk to create the new Annur Taluk.. Demographics. According to the 2011 census, the taluk of Coimbatore (North) had a population of 641,021 with 321,922 males and 319,099 females.

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Category:Coimbatore District Simple English Wikipedia

Pages in category "Coimbatore District" The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.

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Coimbatore–Shoranur line Wikipedia

The Coimbatore–Shoranur line connects Coimbatore in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and Shoranur in Kerala.There is a branch line Pothanur–Coimbatore–Mettupalayam and Mettupalayam to Udhagamandalam via Nilgiri Mountain Railway.This network links the railway network in Kerala to the network in Tamil Nadu via the Palakkad Gap

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Mettupalayam, Coimbatore Wikipedia

Mettupalayam is a taluk and municipality in the Coimbatore district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.It is located to the north of the city of Coimbatore on the way to Ooty.It is located in the foothills of Nilgiri hills about 35 km north of downtown Coimbatore and about 50 km north of Tiruppur, Mettupalayam is the third largest town in the district. . As of 2011, the town had a population of

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Coimbatore Municipal Corporation — Wikipedia Republished

Coimbatore Municipal Corporation. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Coimbatore Municipal Corporation

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Ooty Wikipedia

Ooty (listen (help · info)), officially known as Udagamandalam (also known as Ootacamund listen (help · info); abbreviated as Udhagai), is a town and a municipality in the Nilgiris district of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.It is located 86 km north of Coimbatore and 128 km south of Mysore and is the headquarters of the Nilgiris district.It is a popular hill station located in the Nilgiri Hills.

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V. Nanammal Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

V. Nanammal (1920 26 October 2019) was an Indian Yoga teacher. She trained one million students over 45 years and taught one hundred students daily. Six hundred of her students have become Yoga instructors around the world.

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Coimbatore District (Madras Presidency) — Wikipedia

Coimbatore district was one of the districts of the erstwhile Madras Presidency of British India. It covered the areas of the present-day districts of Coimbatore, Erode and Tirupur and the Kollegal taluk of present-day Karnataka. It covered a total area of 20,400 square kilometres (7,860 sq mi) and was sub-divided into 10 taluks. The administrative headquarters was Coimbatore city. Most of

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Coimbatore railway Division — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

Until 1956, the Coimbatore railway division was functioning with Podanur as the then headquarters. In 1956, the headquarters was shifted to olavakkode of Kerala state and was named Olavakkod railway division. In 1980, Olavakkod division was renamed palakkad railway division.It comprised Kerala and western districts of Tamilnadu.

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Definitions of administration of coimbatore OneLook

We found one dictionary with English definitions that includes the word administration of coimbatore: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "administration of coimbatore" is defined. General (1 matching dictionary) Administration of Coimbatore: Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia [home, info]

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