[tz] zoneinfo : ist : error
mayuresh at wolfman.devio.us
Fri Dec 21 06:20:35 UTC 2012
hello, i'm not sure what is it that you refer to as mathematical
correctness, so here goes;
the indian sub-continent has a majority of it's landmass falling
in-between +0500 and +0600, with bombay (extreme west) being very close to
+0500 and kolkata (extreme east) being very close to +0600.
+0530 almost passes through the middle of the country, and is very close
delhi is more populous than kolkata.
(new) delhi is also the capital of india.
hope this work for you.
On Fri, 21 Dec 2012, Zoidiasoft Technologies wrote:
> Is it also mathematically incorrect? If so, what is the real value supposed
> to be?
> Curtis Manwaring
> -----Original Message----- From: Mayuresh Kathe
> Sent: Friday, December 21, 2012 12:23 AM
> To: tz at iana.org
> Subject: [tz] zoneinfo : ist : error
> may i know the reason why asia/kolkata represents +0530 in india?
> logically, technically and politically speaking, it's incorrect.
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