Drainage

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India can only use 20% of water of Indus due to one of following treaty  ______.

A
Chenab treaty, 1965
B
Jhelum treaty, 1961
C
Ravi treaty, 1972
D
Indus water treaty, 1960
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Largest river basin in India is of ________.

A
River Godavari.
B
River Kaveri.
C
River Yamuna.
D
River Ganga.
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The place where Jhelum, Beas, Ravi and Chenab joins together into Indus river is _________.

A
Mithankot in Pakistan.
B
Kalakot in India.
C
Sialkot in Pakistan.
D
Srinagar in India.
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An appropriate reason to the fact that in Tibet, Brahmaputra does not create devastation by floods is that it ________.

A
carries large volume of water.
B
carries smaller volume of water and less silt
C
is very cold in this region and it remains frozen most of the year.
D
is very small stream in this area.
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Regulating the flow of rivers affects its _______.

A
Quality of water
B
Natural flow
C
Utility to man
D
Source of origin
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The longest river plain in India is ________.

A
Sutlej plain
B
Godavari plain
C
Krishna plain
D
Gangetic plain
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A river that is NOT the tributary of the river Ganga is ________.

A
Betwa.
B
Yamuna.
C
Son.
D
Beas.
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The Ganga River is fed by ______________.

A
Yamunotri glacier.
B
Siachen glacier.
C
Gangotri glacier.
D
Baltoro glacier.
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Which among the following is the second largest artificial lake of India?

A
Jaisamand lake
B
Rajsamand lake
C
Didwana lake
D
Gapsagar lake
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Narmada rises from _______.

A
Chattisgarh.
B
Betul.
C
Amarkantak.
D
Nasik.
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