Optionals IAS Mains Geography: Questions 1068 - 1082 of 1537

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Question 1068

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Ooty Lake (Ooty, Tamil Nadu)

Question 1069

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Shakti Sthala

Question 1070

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Gaya

Question 1071

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Bara Imambara

Question 1072

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Agatti

Question 1073

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Ramoji Film city

Question 1074

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Attempt a classification of geomorphic processes from the zonal point of view? (Paper-I)

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Geomorphic Processes

  • Geomorphic processes are set a set of mechanisms that operate at and near Earth՚s surface breaking down and transferring rock material and consequently fashioning landforms on a small and medium scale.
  • The two major types of Geomorphic process are;
    • Endogenous:

      Process that are caused from the forces within the Earth՚s surface e. g.…

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Question 1075

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Kote Kere lake

Question 1076

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Dharmasthala

Question 1077

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Banasura Sagar Reservoir, Kerala

Question 1078

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Critically examine the theories on population migration. (Paper-2)

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Theories on Population Migration

  • Migration is the spontaneous effort of humans to achieve a better balance between population and resources.
  • Migration can be defined as the movement of population and their change in permanent residence for a considerable span of time.
  • The population migration theories are:
    • E. G. Ravenstein՚s The Laws of Migration.
    • G. K.…

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Question 1079

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Judicial Complex Inaugurated at Amaravati

Question 1080

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Zoji La

Question 1081

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Bengaluru City

Question 1082

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Tashigang