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Severe water shortage may force tourists to skip Ooty

UDHAGAMANDALAM: Tourists might have to skip the Nilgiris until rain returns as most hotels and other business establishments in the hill town are finding it difficult to run the show owing to scarcity of water. Constrained by depleting water level ... Times of India, 17 hours ago

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Metal bridges along NMR route to be replaced

The beautiful metal bridges that span sections of the Nilgiris Mountain Railway (NMR) route from Mettupalayam to Coonoor are to be replaced with concrete structures. The new bridges are being installed as the old metal bridges have become corroded and have ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
Business Line

Nilgiris tea industry staring at damp Diwali

Snag in pan-India auction software triggers cash crunch Coonoor, October 19: Thousands of workers in the tea industry in the Nilgiris, the largest producing district in South India, are facing the possibility of not receiving their Diwali bonuses this year.
 Business Line2 days ago New office-bearers for Nilgris’ tea body  Business Line1 week ago Nilgiris’ Q3 tea output down 23%  Business Line1 week ago Small growers in Nilgiris district eye lucrative speciality tea market  Business Line1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

NMR Day leaves locals, tourists enthralled

Ooty : On Saturday in the hills, the Nilgiri Mountain Railway (NMR) Day was celebrated traditional fervour and enthusiasm with the railway administration and the Heritage Steam Chariot Trust (HSCT), an organization of NMR aficionados, joining to ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago A proud moment to cherish  The Hindu6 days ago
Times of India

Ooty murder: Couple from Gudalur held

Udhagamandalam: The police have arrested a couple in Devala near Gudalur in the Nilgiris on Tuesday, in connection with a murder case. On October 5, the decomposed body of a man was found inside the forest area in Cherambadi range of forests near ...
 Times of India3 days ago Five arrested in Gudalur for hunting  Times of India1 month ago

Couple held for killing neighbour

The police in the Nilgiris have arrested a man, and wife on the charge of murdering their neighbour. Ravi (37), a tea estate worker of Kolapalli, near Pandalur, was found dead with severe injuries. Though it was suspected to be a carnivore attack, the police ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

No space to park at bus stand

At the KSRTC suburban bus terminus on Bengaluru-Nilgiri Road, its almost impossible to get parking space for four-wheelers. Most of the limited space available is taken up by either two-wheelers or goods vehicles that bring supplies to the shops and hotels at ...
 The Hindu6 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Tourists flock to Nilgiris to behold rare Kurinji bloom

Udhagamandalam: The mass flowering of kurinji flowers, known as 'Strobilanthes Kunthianus' in botanical parlance, in the Nilgiris, has evoked much interest and excitement among tourists and locals. The flower, which blooms once in seven to 12 ...
 Times of India1 week ago Demand for Nilgiris grown flowers goes up  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Kurinji flowers under threat from climate change  The Hindu3 days ago Kurinji flowers bloom at Mulligoor  The Hindu1 week ago

Police launch cleanliness drive

The Nilgiris District police launched a cleanliness drive at Thalakundha and Khandal on Sunday, and managed to clean up a few hundred kg of trash left in the area by tourists and locals. District Superintendent of Police Murali Rambha said that ...
 The Hindu5 days ago
The Hindu

Grow native species, says botanist after Nilgiris visit

He points to the destructive role played by invasive species such as eucalyptus trees A botanist at the Royal Botanic Garden at Edinburgh, Henry Noltie, who was on a visit to the Nilgiris, spoke of the tremendous threats faced by the forests in ...
 The Hindu6 days ago
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