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Bombay   (translated from German)
Bombay Bombay is: the earlier name of the city ... indischen Federal State Maharashtra . Unofficially the name Bombay is also today still common. a former ... States Gujarat and Maharashtra one divided, see Bombay (state) a former province British India, see Bombay (presidency) the ...
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Bombay Presidency
Bombay Presidency Bombay Presidency was a former province of British India. At its greatest extent, Bombay Presidency comprised the present-day state of ... history The first British settlement in the Bombay Presidency was in 1618, when the ...
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Bombay State
Bombay State Bombay Presidency in 1909, northern portion Bombay Presidency in 1909, southern portion The State of Bombay is a former state of pre-independence ... direct British rule were part of the Bombay Presidency. In 1937, the Bombay Presidency ...
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Bombay (presidency)   (translated from German)
Bombay (presidency) Those Presidency Bombay was a province British India of 1618 (first British settlement ... rule) up to independence 1947 , as the province to the state Bombay became. At present the largest expansion ...
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Bombay (disambiguation)
Bombay (disambiguation) Bombay is the former name of the city Mumbai in India. Bombay is the name of a former state ... Gujarat and Maharashtra. It was previously a province known as Bombay Presidency in British India. Bombay is ...
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St. Xavier's College, Bombay
St. Xavier's College, Bombay St. Xavier's motto:Provocans ad volandvm ... Rousing to fly) St.Xavier's College, Bombay St Xavier's College in Mumbai, India ... College was affiliated to the University of Bombay. It is accredited by the University with ... whose chairman is the Provincial of the Bombay Province of the Society. It's vice- ...
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Provinces of India
... coastal settlements, established in the 17th century: Bombay (present-day Mumbai), Madras (present-day Chennai ... the administrative center of a presidency, or province, of the East India Company. Presidencies were ... century Carnatic Wars and Anglo-Mysore Wars. Bombay Presidency: East India Company's headquarters moved from Surat to Bombay in 1687. Enlarged by the Anglo-Maratha ... captured in the Anglo-Sikh Wars. Nagpur Province: Created in 1853 from the princely ...
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Evolution of the British Empire
... 1895) incorporated into Cape Colony Northern Cape Province/North West Province, South Africa Egypt occupation (1801-1803) restored ... renamed " Prince Edward Island colony (1799-1873) province of Canada " Newfoundland claimed (1497-1583) Newfoundland ... dominion (1907-1934) " " crown colony (1934-1949) province of Canada " - Labrador part of Newfoundland (1763 ... 1841) Quebec, Canada - Canada East part of province of Canada (1841-1867) province of ...
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Conversation moved from Wikitravel:travellers' pub (Wikitravel)
... names, such as Chennai (Madras) or Mumbai (Bombay) - which, incidentally, also feature on the same ... of the examples you give: Burma and Bombay. Burma was renamed by its government, for ... experience, for the country is still "Burma". Bombay (Mumbai) is another good example. The city ... residents and other Indians still call it "Bombay". Most people in the rest of the world also call it "Bombay". That all said, in particular cases ...
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Mumbai   (translated from German)
... of a local goddess, in former times Bombay ?????) is the capital of the Federal State ... 16. Century Mumbai was well-known as Bombay. The name Bombay probably deduces itself from the Portuguese designation ... 1995 the government decided Maharashtras , their capital Bombay since 1. May 1960 is, to rename ... Ward RCent ral Climate Climatic diagram Mumbai (Bombay) The city Mumbai is in that ...
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