Gujerat


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Noun1.Gujerat - a region of western India to the north of Bombay (bordering the Arabian Sea) where Gujarati is spoken
Bharat, India, Republic of India - a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
2.Gujerat - an industrialized state in western India that includes parts of Bombay
Bharat, India, Republic of India - a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
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He was put in Sabir Mati Central Jail Gujerat and was sentenced to life in prison, she said.
He was lodged in Sabir Mati Central Jail Gujerat and was sentenced to life imprisonment.
In Ahmadabad, the Macedonian delegation attended the Vibrant Gujerat Global Summit.
The new Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has been on a US travel ban because as governor of Gujerat State he was felt to have done too little to halt one such pogrom.
Even some Muslims in Gujerat argue that Modi has changed since he failed to stop the sectarian riots that killed around a thousand Muslims there in 2001.
In fact, the ruins of an ancient city of substantial size have come to light recently in the Gulf of Khambhat, off the Gujerat coast of India.
His journey begins in Coventry, where his family ran a Coundon newsagents after they fled Kenya in 1971 when he was aged three, and takes him to Gujerat in India to trace his mother's side of the family.
Al-Raniri cited the example of Sultanah Safiatuddin presenting one mission from Gujerat with twenty-eight elephants unparalleled in size and courage, one of which had four tusks instead of the usual two.
Les premiers Indo-musulmans arrivent dans l'ile au XIXe; ils sont originaires pour la plupart des campagnes de la province du Gujerat situee au Nord de Bombay.
Most historians are more inclined to link these trade relations with the presence of Indian Muslim traders as compared to Indian Hindus, as explained by Arasaratnam (1980): "With the decline of Hindu shipping and mercantile activity and the expansion of Islamic political and economic power in India, the number of Hindu traders coming to Malaya declined, giving place to the more powerful and better equipped Muslim merchants of Bengal, Golconda, Coromandel and Gujerat.
Ramesh Chhotu Bhikha was born in Vavra Village, Gujerat, India, on 15 September 1946, and moved to Cape Town when he was 6 years old.
Even when these papers are not primarily about privatisation--such as Desai et al's about the rising prevalence of hysterectomy in young women workers in Gujerat, India since health insurance began to partially cover hospitalisation--they allude to it, recognise it and take account of it.