Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In India, a dependency or subdivision of a district subject to revenue collection by a native officer; also, an estate or tract of proprietary land the revenues of which are under the management of a talukdar.
“The transfers raised suspicion among the people, who are also worried about the fate of development works in the taluk, which is one of the most backward in the State.”
“As a first step, the society started conservation efforts in the jungles of Denkanikota taluk, which is 55 km from Bangalore in Krishnagiri district of neighbouring Tamil Nadu.”
“Chikkaballapur, Feb 1, DHNS: 'Prominence had been given for the development of villages in Mandikal hobli in the taluk which is highly backward,' said MLA K P Bache Gowda here on”
“So you will have an experiment that seeks to build leadership in government school head teachers in a small cluster of schools or a pilot that tries to introduce better methods of student assessment in a taluk or a district.”
“The aravani temple is located in the village Koovagam in the Ulundurpet taluk in Villupuram district, and is devoted to the deity Koothandavar.”
“In the late afternoon we proceeded towards Bagepalli taluk, just across the Karnataka border into Rayalseema in Andhra Pradesh.”
“The aravani temple is located in the village Koovagam in the Ulundurpet taluk in Villupuram district, and is devoted to the deity Koothandavar, who is identified with Aravan.”
“The case is even more grave as reports show that in the 8 adviasi colonies of Perinthalmanna taluk in Malappuram district of Kerala alone there are about 13 unmarried mother between the age group of 13-18.”
“The arms were seized at Ajri village of Kundapur taluk.”
“The three extremists were arrested on June 25 after they were nabbed from a forest area in Periyakulam taluk of Theni district by residents of a nearby village.”
‘taluk’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for taluk.