- Patkai hills
- Manipur hills
- Mizo hills
- Naga hills
Which among the above make the Purvanchal Range?
The mentioned four hills viz. . Patkai hills, Manipur hills, Mizo hills and Naga hills make the Purvanchal Range which is famous for Sandstone.
- Bateshwar hills
- Biligiriranga Hills
- Chin Hills
- Dhosi Hill
Which among the following presents a correct set of states in which they are located?
Bateshwar hills are located in Katihar district of Bihar. Biligiriranga Hills or B R Hills, located in Karnataka, it is special because it is located on the place where Western Ghats and the Eastern Ghats meet. So, the area is protected and the sanctuary has now been declared a Tiger Reserve.
Chin Hills are not located in India, but in Myanmar in Arakan region. But there is a part of this hill that protrudes in India in the Manipur state.
Dhosi hills is the part of Aravali ranges in Haryana near Narnaul, and are special because, Van Parv of epic Mahabharata mentions the name of this hill as Arichac Parvatas where Richas of vedas were recited aloud.
In Tropical deserts, the nightes are like winters.
- Pygmalion Point
- Magnetic Hill
- Point Calimere
- False Divi Point
Which among the following sets of states represents the above distinct geographical location of India?
Pygmalion Point is the former name of Indira Point which marks southern most territory of India. It is located in Great Nicobar in A & N Islands.
Magnetic Hills are so many in world, but India they are located in Leh. Here the downward slopes seems to be upward and while driving a car, one feels that the car is getting up due to magnetic properties of the hills, which is a illusion
Point Calimere is located in Tamil Nadu at the beginning of the Coromandal Coast, and is the apex of Cauvery River delta. It was known for a Chola light house which got viped out by the Tsunami in 2004.
False Divi Point is the northern end of the Coromandel Coast, located in Andhra Pradesh, the delta of the Krishna River and is known for Mangroves.
In early summer brief squalls and thunderstorms known as Kalbaisakhi, or Nor`westers, often occur in West Bengal.
Indus Valley in Pakistan is the largest single irrigated area on Earth, covering around 9X10^6 hactares which is equal to the total irrigated area of the United States.
Project Varsamana’ was launched in 2008 under the umbrella of the strategic partnership signed in July 2006 between Ministry of Earth Science and Meteo France International (MFI) France. Varsamana project is the cornerstone of the IMD Modernization Program, since it will help demonstrating the ultimate outcome in the form of improved services to the user community. It contributes to integration of all its individual components, hence it guarantees cost effectiveness of overall investment. It is delivering a modern, integrated Meteorological Information System, in order to guarantee improved warning and services at district level. It also brings the integration with existing systems and mainly new observation and computing systems coming to IMD in the context of the modernization program
- Constitution (106th Amendment) Bill, 2006
- Constitution (111th) Amendment Bill, 2009
The above two amendment bills are related to which among the following respectively?
Constitution (106th Amendment) Bill, 2006 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 22nd May, 2006 for the purpose of empowering cooperatives through voluntary formation, autonomous functioning, democratic control and professional management. Bill could not be discussed in the Lok Sabha for passing. The Bill lapsed on dissolution of 14th Lok Sabha on 18.05.2009. It was decided to reintroduce the Bill for amendment to the Constitution. Accordingly, the Constitution (Hundred and Eleventh) Amendment Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 30.09.2009.