Cambay


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Cam·bay

 (kăm-bā′), Gulf of
See Gulf of Khambhat.

Cambay

(kæmˈbeɪ)
n
(Placename) Gulf of Cambay an inlet of the Arabian Sea on the W coast of India, southeast of the Kathiawar Peninsula
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Katy, TX, June 13, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Cambay Consulting, LLC, provider of IT Consulting, IT services & Digital Transformation services nationwide in the United States, announced today healthcare workforce management solutions as a part of Cambay services portfolio.
Senior Superintendent Jesus Cambay, chief the PNP's Metro Boracay Task Force, said that less and less crime incidents are recorded since April 26, when the resort island off Malay town in Aklan province was closed off from tourists.
'No carjacking occurred,' MBPTF chief Senior Superintendent Jesus Cambay Jr.
Jesus Cambay Jr., commander of the Metro Boracay Police Task Force, said several establishments had offered to house the additional police force but that the PNP had opted to decline the offers.
IANS Mumbai Essar Oilfields Services (India) Ltd (EOSIL) on Tuesday announced that it has started work on a contract awarded by hydrocarbons explorer Mercator Petroleum to drill two firm oil wells plus one optional oil well in Gujarat's Cambay Basin.
Neesa Group's Hospitality business is driven by a strategic perspective which aims expansion across pan India, under the flagship of 'CAMBAY HOTELS & RESORTS'.
The company is mobilising the rig to drill the onshore Cambay-76H well in Gujarat, India, on behalf of the Cambay Field Joint Venture.
Grimaldi, Rust, and colleagues describe the Cambay amber as the oldest evidence of tropical forests in Asia.
NEW DELHI -- Flagship explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation notified two hydrocarbons discoveries in Krishna-Godavari onshore and Cambay basins, even as it kicked off its foray into a frontier area by spudding the first well to find gas trapped in layers of shale (stones) at Ichapur village near Durgapur in West Bengal.
Cordillera police intelligence and investigation chief Superintendent Jesus Cambay acknowledged there is an increased rebel activity in various areas in the Cordillera region.
Trade, politics, and plunder; the Marathas at Cambay, c.AD 1725-1825.