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Hockey in the hills: How Coorg's clans have kept the tradition alive
Kaveri Ponnapa, author of the book The Vanishing Kodavas: A Cultural Exploration of the Kodava Community, vividly remembers the frail, old lady she encountered while watching a hockey match in Coorg many years ago. “I heard her yell once during the ...
The Cuisine of Coorg: Pandi Curry, Puttus, Kachampuli and More
Coorg's Pandi (Pork) Curry might be its most emblematic dish but not many outside the region know that this dish was originally crafted with wild boar.
Big Cat Troubles in Coorg, Kolar
SOMWARPET:Villagers of Garvale, Surlabbi, Haraga, Bettadalli, Kundalli, Mallalli and Mankya under Pushpagiri region on Monday staged a protest against negligence of the Forest Department in capturing a tiger that has been creating a havoc in the region.
Oman Hockey: Team Coorg clinch top honours at Gulf Hockey Fiesta for Starcare Cup
Muscat: Team Coorg Oman clinched the top honours at the Gulf Hockey Fiesta for Starcare Cup organised by United Thalessery Sports Club (UTSC) in association with Oman Hockey Association (OHA) at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Bausher on ...
A shot of the fine grown
Another significant brand from the South is Flying Squirrel, which also sources its beans from Coorg. Founder Ashish D'Abreo started it with his colleagues two years ago. “Four of us ran an advertising firm, and drank a lot of coffee,” he chuckles.

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