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1. Which of the following occurs more frequently than the other three, in Indian Ocean?


2. The western disturbances which causes winter rain in India originate in


3. Which one of the following lakes forms and international boundary between Tanzania and Uganda?


4. Along the coast salinity is


5. A narrow inlet of sea between cliffs or steep slopes, especially associated with Scandinavia is



6. Which is the largest river system of the peninsular region ?


7. Which is the oldest mountain range in India ?


8. Relative humidity


9. Which of the following regions does not find a large tribal population on


10. Sivasamudra is an island formed by the river


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