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Synonyms for Gujarat

a region of western India to the north of Bombay (bordering the Arabian Sea) where Gujarati is spoken

an industrialized state in western India that includes parts of Bombay

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CGI of the <B25,000-seater stadium in Gujarat, India - the world's first, purposebuilt combined indoor and outdoor sports stadium
One trendy T-shirt shop in Gujarat, India, has prompted a flurry of media outrage with its unfortunate name.
Oilex Ltd is an AIM and ASX-listed oil and gas exploration and production company based in Perth, Australia with its main operating office in Gujarat, India.
Providing skilled birth attendants and emergency obstetric care to the poor through partnership with private sector obstetricians in Gujarat, India.
Scientist Dhananjay Mohabey, who made the find in Gujarat, India, said: "It was a thrill to discover such a portentous moment frozen in time.
Dow says the more than 600-km pipeline now under construction will transport crude oil from Barmer in Rajasthan to Salaya terminal in Gujarat, India.
THE discovery of 18 more bombs in Surat city, Gujarat, India - on bicycles, flyovers, and even trees - is making mockery of the Indian security system.
was the earthquake in Gujarat, India, which killed 20,000?
Muni has spent the past four years with Henkel in various sales and product management roles, and is a native of Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India.
Hamstead Hall had its first successful visit by a delegation of students and teachers from its link school in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
One object entitled simply 'ceremonial mace' has been identified as from Gujarat, India, 16th-century, and its pendant has been located at the V&A.
A revised edition of a school textbook in Gujarat, India has been criticised for allegedly containing a large number of errors and for praising Adolf Hitler.
You have fundamentalist Hindus in Gujarat, India, who went on a rampage against Muslims a few years back.
Local officials in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India recently unveiled plans to build a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in the city that is scheduled to be operational by May.
And of the organization's 6,000 members, 5,000 are Patels from the western state of Gujarat, India.
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