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Mangalore,

India: see MangaluruMangaluru,
formerly Mangalore
, city (1991 pop. 273,000), Karnataka state, SW India, on the Arabian Sea. A port, it trades in spices, rice, fish, nuts, and cardamom. Manufactures include roofing tiles, pottery, brick kilns, and ships.
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Mangalore

 

a city and port in southern India, on the Arabian Sea, in the state of Karnataka (Mysore). Population, 214,000 (1971). Industry includes the production of ceramics (primarily tile), hand weaving, and the primary processing of coffee and other agricultural raw materials. There is a chemical fertilizer plant in the city. Most of India’s coffee intended for export is shipped through Mangalore, as are cashew nuts, tea, pepper, and sandal wood.

Mangalore

a port in S India, in Karnataka on the Malabar Coast. Pop.: 398 745 (2001)
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21 ( ANI ): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday accused the Congress-led Karnataka government of celebrating Tipu Sultan's birth anniversary just for 'vote bank politics' and said that the people of 'Coorg, Mangalorean Christians and the Kannadigas' are opposed to celebrate the birthday of the 18th century ruler of Mysore.
Leo Rodrigues thanked the guests and staff for their help in making his business functions a huge success in Abu Dhabi and wished to repeat the success in Dubai.Leo Rodrigues, well known for his philanthropic works in UAE as well as back home is a strong Mangalorean community supporter among irrespective of caste, creed, language or region.
Authenticity is the hallmark at the iconic Karavalli, where well-researched home-food recipes come together to ensure an experience like never before - be it a refreshed blend of novel additions to the menu which includes a distinctive compilation of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies with extensive culinary journeys ranging from the best of the Mangalorean Bunts and Konkani's, Kodavas from Coorg, Malayalees, Calicut Muslims and Syrian Christians of Travancore, Havyaka Brahmins of Vitla and the Portuguese of Goa; innovative desserts or unique dining proficiencies.
From what I have eaten, I can say with finality that Bohris make the best biryani (much better than the dam biryani of Hyderabad; Mangalorean Christians are known for fish curries; Mangalorean Brahmins for their spicy pickles; Goans have their fantastic cuisine; food of Parsis is excellent; north Indian Muslims make their famous paya curries and so on.
"The plays are particularly popular because the audiences for them are not only native speakers but also the Konkani-speaking Mangalorean Catholics, Gowda Saraswath Brahmins and Malayalam speaking Muslims living in South Karnataka," said Naveen.
MANGALOREAN CHICKEN CURRY Serves 4 Ingredients: Chicken breast diced - 750g Coconut powder - 250g Chopped onion - 250g Fresh tomato - 250g Curry leaves - 10g Oil - 50ml Coriander leaves - for garnish Mustard seeds - 15g Salt to taste.
upper-middle class, a Mangalorean or a Goan, communities that were
Selva Raj, leader of the Karnataka Kannada Priests Association that led the protest, noted that only one among the state's eight dioceses has a bishop who is not Mangalorean. He said the three bishops appointed in the past three years for Karnataka were all from Mangalore, and added that the Shimoga incident could have been avoided if the Kannadiga group were given a hearing.
Extending the Indian offering the refreshed menu will have Kori Sukka Popiah Rolls inspired from Mangalorean cuisine under the Small Nibbles segment.
GWA Executive Committee members along with Vivian D'Souza, president of Konkani Speaking Community (KSC); Prakash Noronha, president of Mangalorean Cricket Club (MCC); Aloysius D'Souza, vice-president of Mangalorean Cultural Association (MCA) were present on the stage.
This was followed by the cheekily named Pakkad Mane (next door, in Kannada), a fiery Mangalorean chicken curry served with fluffy idiappam.
A Mangalorean, Akbar, now 50, spent years studying the life of Shaikh Zayed, reading every word about him and following each and every glorious achievement.