316)Which of the following rivers flowing through a rift valley?
Krishna Narmada
Brahmaputra Ganges
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317)What is the most important characteristic of the islands (Indian) located in the Arabian Sea?
They are extended part of the main land They are all of coral origin
They have a very dry climate They are all very small in size
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318)Which area in India has an internal type of drainage?
Tamil Nadu Rajasthan
Chhota Nagpur plateau Central Himalayas
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319)Which part of the (Indian) islands in Arabian Sea is known as Minicoy islands?
eastern western
northern southern
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320)Sutlej is part of the _______major river system
Ganga Yamuna
Indus Brahmaputra
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321)Which river of India is called Tsangpo in one of its reaches?
Kosi Ganga
Teesta Brhmaputra
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322)Which one is not one of the most important characteristics of Himalayan Rivers?
They have perennial flow they do not form gorges
Many of them have their sources in the Inner Himalayas They have a capacity of erosion
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323)Which one of the tributaries of the Ganges system flows northwards?
Chambal Gandak
Ghaghara Kosi
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324)Which one of the following joins the Ganga from the South?
Teesta Sone
Gandak Gomti
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325)The Teesta is part of __________ river system
Indus Godavari
Brahmaputra Ganga
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326)Which river flows between the Satpuras and the Vindhyas?
Tapti Godavari
Gandak Narmada
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327)Through which states does the river Chambal flow?
Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
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328)The river that flowing towards the west is the
Narmada Godavari
Cauvery Krishna
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329)Most rivers flowing west from the Western Ghats do not form deltas because of
the high gradient low velocity
Lack of vegetation lack of eroded material
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330)Which river forms its delta in orissa?
Godavari Tapti
Mahanadi Narmada
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