CBSE Class 10th Geography 7 – Lifelines of National Economy MCQs

There is a dense network of railways in India in the:

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There is a dense network of railways in the Northern Plains, since the terrain is suitable and the population is dense.

Name the field in which India has emerged as a giant at the international level?

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India has emerged as a software giant at the international level, and is earning huge foreign exchange through the export of information technology.

The first port to be developed in India after independence was:

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The first port to be developed in India after independence was Kandla.

The length of the longest National Waterway in India is ____ kilometres.

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The Ganga river between Haldia and Allahabad is National Waterway No. 1, and is 1,620 kilometres long.

How many telephone exchanges are there in India?

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There are 37,565 telephone exchanges in India.

There are ____ medium and minor ports in India.

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There are 181 medium and minor ports in India.

The airport at Amritsar is called the ____.

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The Amritsar airport is also called the Raja Sansi Airport.

The length of India's coastline is ____ kilometres.

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India's coastline is 7,516.6 kilometres long, the longest in Asia.

Which port went to Pakistan after the Partition?

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The Karachi port went to Pakistan after the Partition.

How many foreign tourists visit India every year?

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Over 2.6 million foreign tourists visit India every year.

What channel is India's national television channel, which has been popular for a very long time?

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Doordarshan, the national television channel of India and one of the largest terrestrial networks in the world, telecasts various types of programmes - from entertainment to sports, which makes it so popular.

In what language is the largest number of newspapers published in India?

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The largest number of newspapers published in India is in Hindi, followed by English and Urdu.

The length of inland waterways in India is ____ kilometres.

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The length of inland waterways in India is 14,500 kilometres, out of which 3,700 kilometres are navigable by mechanised boats.

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