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Golden Jubilee Celebrations
Udhagamandalam , Jan 1-2013 : Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa will leave for Kodanadu on January 1. During her short stay, she will also discharge government duties from there.
An official release issued on Sunday said the Chief Minister will chair the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Kundah Industrial Co-operative Tea factory (INDCO), Yedakkadu on January 4, release its souvenir and commence the sale of Indcoserve Ooty tea in 250 gram packet
Udhagamandalam , Jan 2-2013: HPF Employees continous fasting for past 35 Days today (2/1/2013) Ladies was in fast .This fast was to Renovate , Modernize and Salary Increase.
Udhagamandalam ,Jan 1-2013: Over population of tourist .Traffic jam and pollution in queen of Hills
Udhagamandalam ,Jan 1-2013: Helmet is compulsary from jan 2013
Udhagamandalam,Jan 1-2012: Ooty on Thursday 18.0 degree Celsius while the minimum was 3.0
Udhagamandalam ,Jan 1-2013: In Doddabetta peak tourists enjoied the chill climate.The tourists were from Kerala and the rest were mostly from Tamil Nadu visited Ooty
Udhagamandalam , Jan 1-2013 Heavy traffic in Districts Hotels and Cottages are booked in advance.
Udhagamandalam , Jan 1-2013 Nilgiris No 1 Channel Ragamtv Celebarting New Year 2013 with ragam viewers
Coonoor is a town and a municipality in the Nilgiris district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is known for its production of Nilgiri tea.
Coonoor is located at an altitude of 1,800 m above sea level, and is the second largest hill station in the Nilgiri hills. It is an ideal base for a number of trekking expeditions leading into the Nilgiris.
The Mudumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary , now also declared a Tiger Reserve, lies on the northwestern side of the Nilgiri Hills (Blue Mountains), in Nilgiri District, about 160 km (99 mi) north-west of Coimbatore in the westernmost part of Tamil Nadu, on the interstate boundaries with Karnataka and Kerala states in South India. Mudumalai, which means 'first hillsí, is one of the first wildlife sanctuaries established in India. The sanctuary is divided into 5 ranges - Masinagudi, Thepakadu, Mudumalai, Kargudi and Nellakota.
Here one can often spot herds of endangered Indian elephants, vulnerable Gaur, and Chital. The sanctuary is a haven for Bengal Tigers and Indian Leopards and other threatened species. There are at least 266 species of birds in the sanctuary, including critically endangered species like the Indian White-rumped Vulture and the long-billed vulture