Hi Jay,

I had the same issue some time ago. But after changing the latitude and longitude of my location, everything became OK. 
Hope this may gave you some help.


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>I tried to adjust the GNOME Clock, version 2.24.1, using GNOME
>2.25.91, to my location (GMT + 5.30), but the world map pointer points
>to a different region (in Africa). I am located in Mumbai, India.
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