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  • n. A resident or native of Hyderabad, India


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  • In these last few days, despite the dangerously high stakes, some grace -- a grace that one may freely call Hyderabadi, Telangana, or Telugu -- has prevailed to the extent that violence has been mostly emotional and not directed at bodies and lives.

    Vamsee Juluri: Hyderabad, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, India: Crisis

  • Hydrabad, 14 June (Asiantribune. com): A Hyderabadi is the United States president's choice as Ambassador to the Central American nation of Belizé.

    Latest Stories

  • My father used to write his name as Shankar Rao Jadhav 'Hyderabadi'.

    The Times of India

  • "Our teachers do have fewer qualifications than government teachers," admits Ghouse Mohammed Khan, principal of Indian Stars Grammar School in another Hyderabadi backstreet.

    Capitalism without Capital, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • About 9 years ago, this "Hyderabadi" mosque evolved into the "Quasi-Tablighi Jamaat" mosque "TJ" for short -- they are a non-political, extremely popular, international grassroots movement dedicated to spiritual awakening and eating good halwa puri: a tasty, fattening South Asian dessert.

    Wajahat Ali: A Mosque Story

  • It is a Hyderabadi variation of the regular upma made at the cafeteria at work.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • It was a proper Hyderabadi vegetarian meal can you believe it!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Ramesh in the far enjoyed his Hyderabadi biryani with mirchi ka salan.

    Subash's Birthday Treat

  • We have a plan to unite all Hyderabadiz: Calling out to all Hyderabadi bloggers

    Gujarati Series-Phulka Rotlis and Turia Shaak

  • Hyderabadi muslims too make Haleem. and I noticed that Shan has ready mixes for both Khichda and Haleem.



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