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(Turkish ˈsivɑs)
(Placename) a city in central Turkey, at an altitude of 1347 m (4420 ft): one of the chief cities in Asia Minor in ancient times; scene of the national congress (1919) leading to the revolution that established modern Turkey. Pop: 266 000 (2005 est)



a city in central Turkey. 240,100.
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She was instrumental in forming SEWA Bharat, a National Federation of SEWAs now in nine States of India and is presently its President.
Renana Jhabvala has been active at the international level and represented SEWA at the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and other international forums.
She has written many articles and some books on SEWA and on informal economy.