Cambay


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Cambay:

see KhambatKhambat
or Cambay
, town (1991 pop. 76,724), Gujarat state, W India, on the Mahi River estuary. Khambat is a trading center whose industries include textile weaving, carpet-making, petroleum, and manufactures in salt and stone ornaments.
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Cambay

Gulf of. an inlet of the Arabian Sea on the W coast of India, southeast of the Kathiawar Peninsula.
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Speaking at Friday's inter-agency meeting for updates on the government's massive rehabilitation program, Cambay said there is only three crimes recorded from June 26 until July 25.
Cambay attributed the drop in the crime rate to the efforts of all concerned agencies and cooperation among the residents, stakeholders and the police.
'The police might be staying in establishments that would turn out to be violating environmental rules and regulations,' Cambay told the Inquirer.
Shining in the green and peaceful Gandhinagar city, Cambay Golf & Spa Resort has most uniquely built 22 acres, nine-hole huge Golf Course, the first ever in Gujarat.
"What we found indicates that India was not completely isolated, even though the Cambay deposit dates from a time that precedes the slamming of India into Asia," said Michael Engel at the University of Kansas.
It said it found gas in the Vygreswaram Southwest-1 well in the Krishna-Godavari onshore basin and oil in Limbodra East-1 area of the Cambay basin.
"It is not that they have gained more strength," said Cambay, "but their terror activities are increasing."
Retired professor Ray (Calcutta U.) describes the Maratha Empire in the city of Cambay during the century before the British East Indies Company gained control of what is now all of India.
AN INNOCUOUS PIECE OF WOOD and a slew of other artefacts might just be set to push back Indian antiquity to 7500Bc, if material picked up from the seabed of the Gulf of Cambay gets scientific verification.
In the Bay of Cambay off the coast of north-west India last year, geologists tracking pollution levels discovered by chance the remains of a lost civilisation on the seabed.