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160701. Study the following diagram: EARTH MOON SUN The diagram represents?





160702. Subsistence forming is found in?





160703. Subtropical high-pressure belts are otherwise called?





160704. Suez Canal connects?





160705. Suez Canal joins Mediterranean Sea with which among the following seas?





160706. Sun belt of U.S.A. is important for which one of the following industries -?





160707. Sunda strait lies between?





160708. Sunda Trench is in?





160709. Sunda Trench lies in?





160710. 'Super nova' is?





160711. Suppose if we measure the time lapse between the two Sunsets by sitting in the beach, from this we can estimate?





160712. Systematic approach is one of the major approach to study geography. The systematic approach was introduced by:?





160713. Tapti rivers is in:?





160714. Teesta forms a part of which major river system?





160715. Ten Degree Channel is between:?





160716. Terrigenous deposits are found in?





160717. Territories of which of the following does not touch the Dead Sea?





160718. Tertiary Activity includes?





160719. The "Dark Continent" is?





160720. The ‘Mahe region’ located on the western coast of India is politically a part of the Union Territory of:?





160721. The 1st short based integrated steel plant in the country is?





160722. The acceleration due to gravity at the equator?





160723. The agricultural production in different parts of India is very much affected by varying intensities of floods and droughts. Which one of the following measures would not be sustainable in this respect?





160724. The amount of insolation received at a place on the surface of the earth depends upon:?





160725. The Andaman group & Nicobar group of islands are separated from each other by?





160726. The Andaman is separated from Nicobar by which water body -?





160727. The angle between the magnetic meridian & the geographical meridian at a place is?





160728. The annual range of temperature in the interior of the continents is high as compared to coastal areas. What is/ are the reason/reasons?1. Thermal difference between land and water 2. Variation in altitude between continents and oceans 3. Presence of strong winds in the interior 4. Heavy rains in the interior as compared to coasts Select the right answer using the codes given below.?





160729. The approach of 'Determinism' is related with?





160730. The approximate circumference of the Earth is?





160731. The approximate length of the coastline of India is?





160732. The area marked by internal drainage?





160733. The area which is resistant to any massive structural transformation is called?





160734. The art & science of map making is called?





160735. The association of certain crops with particular countries then it is called ______.?





160736. The atmospheric layer closest to the earth is:?





160737. The atmospheric layer farthest from the Earth's surface is known as?





160738. The axis of rotation of the earth is tilted by 23.5° to the plane of revolution around the sun. The latitude of Mumbai is less than 23.5° whereas the latitude of Delhi is more than 23.5°. Which one of the following statements in this regard is right?





160739. The barriers that can prevent small farmers in many nations from participating in the green revolution include?





160740. The behavioural environment is meant by?





160741. The best indicator of economic development of any country is?





160742. The best variety of world's cotton is known as?





160743. The Bhakra Nangal Multipurpose Project is a joint venture of?





160744. The Bharat Oman Refineries Ltd operates which of the following refineries?





160745. The biggest lake in India is :?





160746. The biggest oil spill in world history took place in the:?





160747. The biggest reserves of Thorium are in?





160748. The birthrate measures the number of births during a yr per?





160749. The blue revolution is associated with?





160750. The Brahmaputra, Irrawady and Mekong rivers originate in Tibet and flow through narrow and parallel mountain ranges in their upper reaches: Of these rivers,Brahmaputra makes a "U" turn in its course to flow into India. This "U" turn is due to?





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