- n. A Dravidian language of India with fewer than two million speakers, known as Tuluvas.
“MANGALORE: Dravidian University, Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh, is likely to offer certificate and diploma courses in Tulu in association with the Karnataka Tulu Sahitya Academy from this academic year.”
“Tulu akademi steps up efforts for cultural complex”
“The word 'Tulu' originated from a colloquial expression, 'Neeru' (water), and Tulunadu stands for the mass of land with water in plenty.”
“The 37-year-old Tulu won Olympic gold medals on the track in the 10,000 meters in 1992 and 2000.”
““Tulu Dolui was dragged out of her hut in Ghoramara village around 11.30 pm by at least eight people, who then tied her to a tree and beat her with sticks for over three hours,” an official at Sagore police station told reporters.”
“If I am not mistaken, it offered coastal seafood probably from Tulu community.”
“Our neighbors in Mumbai, are from Tulu community of Mangalore, Karnataka.”
“Inside scoop: Tulu won the 1992 and 2000 Olympic titles, but Adere was the world champion in 2003. 100 hurdles”
“Dibaba held off fellow Ethiopian and two-time gold medalist Derartu Tulu for second, finishing in 30: 24.98.”
“Tulu, who won the event in 1992 and 2000, finished third in 30: 26.12.”
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