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Veerapandiya Kattabomman (3 January 1761 – 16 October 1799) also known as Kattabomman was an 18th century Palayakarrar ('Polygar') chieftain from Panchalankurichi of Tamil Nadu, India. His ancestors migrated to Tamil Nadu from areas in present day Andhra Pradesh during the Vijayanagar period. Also known as Kattabomma Naicker he was among the earliest to oppose British rule in these regions. He waged a war with the British six decades before the Indian War of Independence occurred in the Northern parts of India. He was captured and hanged in 1799 CE. His fort was destroyed and his wealth was looted by the British army. Today his native village Panchalankurichi in present day Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu and some polygars families migrated to vedal village in Kanchipuram District, India is a historically important site.
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Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja (also known as Cotiote Rajah or Pychy Rajah) (January 3, 1753 – November 30, 1805) was one of the earliest freedom fighters in India. He was the prince regent of the princely state of Kottayam or Cotiote in Malabar, India between 1774 and 1805. His struggles with English East India Company is known as Cotiote War.He is popularly known as Kerala Simham (Lion of Kerala) on account of his martial exploits.
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An update on the bipartisan agreement to prevent a tax hike on 98% of Americans, straight from President Obama.

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An Israeli air force Apache helicopter releases flares during an acrobatics display at a graduation ceremony in the Hatzerim air force base near the southern city of Beersheba, Israel, Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012.
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"INDIAN MILITARY ACADEMY" DEHRADUN
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