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Geography Question 01

  1. In Arunachal Pradesh ,the Sun rises 2h before it does at Dwarka in Gujrat..Why
  2. In India largest proportion of Intra-state migration belongs to
  3. In terms of total energy generation in India the correct sequence in descending in India
  4. Which kind of forest do the tree shed their leaves during spring and early summer
  5. Which is wrong combination and what is relation between combination of similars
  6. Iron and steel production is obtained mainly from public sector plants because 
  7. Kuppen's Anw type of climate prevails over 
  8. Lahaul and Spiti districts are in which states.and has highest which kind of density of population
    agriculture density
    arithmatic density
    physiological density
    rural density
  9. Largest extent of Equatorial forests is found in which river basin
  10. Latitude measures the angular distance.,expressed in degrees of a point on the earth surface in which direction 
  11. Life is possible on Earth Because of 
  12. Longitude measures the angular distance expressed in degrees of a point on the earth's surface in which way
  13. Lunar eclipse occurs only when and how
  14.  major natural regions of the world are declined primarily on the basis of
  15. Modern Industrial development of India is largely due to 
  16. Naese is otherwise known as 
  17. papaghani of rocks belongs to
  18. Paragraph Series of rocks belong to 
  19. Population of India has grown rapidly after 1921 mainly because
  20. Port Stanley is capital of
  21. Powercuts become frequent in various parts of India especially during summer mainly because 
  22. Pressure is expressed in..... and by............
  23. Prime meridian is ...................
  24. principal area of mica production in India are 
  25. regions lying on the western margins of the continents between 30 degree and 40degree have
  26. Right Ascension is
  27. Solar eclipse occurs when
  28. Spring tide occurs at
  29. Tamilnadu Coast recieves rainfall during 
  30. The Zodiac Sign or house of heaven are named after
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