Jambi

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Jambi

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Djambi

(both: jäm`bē), city (1990 est. pop. 340,066), SE Sumatra, capital of Jambi prov., Indonesia, a port at the head of navigation on the Hari River. It is the shipping and commercial center of an area producing oil, rubber, and timber. Jambi Province Univ. is there.

Jambi

, Djambi
a port in W Indonesia, in SE Sumatra on the Hari River. Pop.: 417 507 (2000)
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In 2015, 12 people died when a mineshaft collapsed on Java island, and 11 miners died on Sumatra island when a mudslide engulfed a mine in Jambi province.
In 2010, lawmakers in Sumatra's Jambi province also proposed forcing teenage girls to undergo virginity tests to get into high school but the plan was dropped after opposition from central government.
Rock and mud poured down hillsides in Agam, West Sumatra, last week and in neighboring Jambi province, where a geothermal drilling facility is located, CNN reported.
The other five people were killed Saturday when a rain-triggered landslide swept through a drilling field in neighboring Jambi Province.
Separately a landslide caused by heavy rains late Saturday killed five workers at a drilling site belonging to PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy in Kerinci district in Jambi province, the company said in a statement.
We can't do that any more because there's just not enough,' said Wisnawati, 35, who owns a small farm in Lubuk Birah, a village of about 350 people in Indonesia's Muara Siau City, Jambi Province.
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Sumatran tigers in neighboring Jambi Province have killed six people in the past month.
Production of net gas began in early 1998 and is supplied to the gas pipeline to North Sumatra which passes through Jambi province. Asamera holds 45%, with 30% held by Total and 25% by Pertamina.
Sultan Thaha airport in Sumatra's Jambi province remained closed today (23 October) after flights were cancelled last week.