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 There is a clear acknowledgement that Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are a tool of industrial development, manufacturing and exports. Recognizing this potential, the whole instrumentality of SEZs requires augmentation. Discuss the issues plaguing the success of SEZs with respect to taxation, governing laws and administration.
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The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) clause under the new Companies Act has failed to achieve its desired objectives. While highlighting the major constraints being faced by companies in fulfilling their CSR obligations suggest steps that can be taken to increase the efficacy of CSR initiatives.
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 The Indian Pharmaceuticals Industry despite being one of the largest in the world is facing certain challenges. While enumerating these challenges, discuss the steps that should be taken to address these challenges.
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 Success of 'Make in India' depends upon the success of 'Skill India mission' and radical labour reforms. Discuss
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 Explain various factors, which are responsible for the location of manufacturing industries in various parts of the world. Take examples from various parts of the world.

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 Recently, India has replaced USA as the third top steel producer. Account for this trend and critically assess the strength and weakness of Indian steel Industry.

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India has been endowed with surplus agriculture production, demographic dividend, yet food insecurity, unemployment has been observed. How far can food-processing industry address these challenges? Discuss.

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Account of the rise of China as a major manufacturing hub in past two decades.
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What are MSMEs? Discuss their achievements and shortcomings. Also discuss the various Government sachems to improvise the working of MSMEs.
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Instead of looking for investment by the private sector, the government should optimise its own resources and provide low-cost housing and food to the poor. This will definitely catalyse the Make in India programme and make it more successful. Critically examine
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Industry still needs a fresh wave of structural reforms in India. Discuss in the light of recent initiatives taken by the goverment in last one year.
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12 While calculating industrial growth, there is a visible difference between various industrial growth indicator. What are the possible reasons for this . Discuss with examples.
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Explain the phenomenon of demographic dividend in the context of India. Do you think our country has the capacity to take advantage of it?

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North India lacks propriety in controlling population of India, critically analyse.
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40 percent of today’s India is born in post 1991 period of more liberal India and has a different mindset. Discuss
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26 percent population of India is between 15-24 age group and is in education procurement gear and seeks more investment in the field of education besides universal education- education must for all, how it will be possible?
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India is in danger of squandering its valuable demographic dividend, inability to generate 1.2 crore jobs annually to accommodate annual addition in the labour force, what two important steps are required to curtail of possible chaos.
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Why does the western world apprehensive about Indian ability in utilizing its demographic dividend?
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what is demographic dividend? what steps should India take to reap the benefits of demographic dividend?
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Comment on the eclipsed sex ration and implications on population growth.
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Examine the performance of family planning programme and population policy of india.
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Which states in India have reached or are very near the ‘replacement levels’ of population growth? Which ones still have very high rates of population growth? In your opinion, what could be some of the reasons for these regional differences?
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The implication of declining birth rate as India is targeting to achieve replacement level of fertility is manifold. Analyse
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Discuss the social and cultural factors behind the high fertility in India.
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13 India facing elderly population time bomb which strikes at the very roots of the welfare state and the social contracts on which social democracy rests. Discuss the impact of eldery population on society and economy.
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Apart from being a commercial organization, Indian Railways in required to engage in the so called ''Social Sector Obligations''. What do you mean by this and what is their importance to India? Critically discuss.
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Trade through land routes has no parallel but 95 percent of Indian trade is maritime in nature. Discuss.
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Inland waterways contribute less than 1 percent to the total trade.Discuss the factors affecting inland waterways.
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Discuss the reforms needed for Aviation industry.
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Railways tend to follow the path of least resistance. Explain.
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Density of roads is an indicator of development. Elaborate.
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The North East Region has special characteristics that make it imperative to promote inter sectoral planning related to transportation. Comment
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8 There is a controversy between older and newer airlines on change in "5/20 rule " of aviation sector. Critically analyse the impact of this rule on aviation industry.
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9 National highways are still underdeveloped in India. Examine the hurdles faced by development of national highways in India along with recently launched government initiatives.
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Volcanoes and earthquakes are the catastrophic expressions of geothermal heat of earth, discuss. Only the Funnel shaped topography of the north east India can produce a Mawsynram and Cheerapunji, justify.
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Goldi lock zone is one of the three requisites for having an earth like planet in space, elucidate. Landforms are an outcome of interaction of endogenetic and exogenetic forces, elaborate.
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Sea floor spreading is a consequence of constructive plate margins, explain.
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Submarine trenches are formed where lithospheric plates subduct, explain.
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Conservative margins cannot be progenitors of earthquakes, give a reasoned account.
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Mountains with latitudinal extent have east-west slopes while the ranges with longitudinal extent have north-south slopes. Elaborate.
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 EL-nino and La-Nina are determinant factor for monsoon to a large extent. Explain

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Counter Equatorial currents cause ‘elnino’ effect in pacific waters. Discuss.
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“Aurorae phenomena is area specific”. Give a rational account of the statement.
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Prevailing wind system is expressed in three distinct Hadley, Ferrel and Polar cells.Elaborate
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Earth has two panic buttons, jet streams and conveyor belt in atmosphere in oceans respectively and are guided by influx of incoming solar radiation. Justify
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Dipole effect of Indian Ocean is infact ELNINO-LANINA like anomalies of tropical warm waters, discuss.
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Rise in temperature determines the latitudinal expansion of temperate and tropical crops, elucidate.
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Southern oscillation if perturbs, will disturb the global climate, adjudicate the statement.
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ELNINO and LANINA are the climatic aberrations and are associated with changes in solar constants. Adjudicate the statement.
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Day light saving of time is practiced world wind but has its proponents and opponents. Explain. International Date Line is haphazardly concocted to accommodate preferences of nations, discuss.
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The distinct wind systems characterize different seasons over the Indian subcontinent, explain. Polar vortices determine the severity of polar winds in northern hemisphere during winters, elaborate.
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Discuss the role of polar vortex in the depletion and recuperation of ozone in the atmosphere over southern hemisphere.
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Conveyor Belt has a conspicuous role in regulating heat among heat surplus and heat deficit zones across the world.
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Horse latitudes have high air temperatures, high air pressure and diverging wind systems, discuss.
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Easterly jet stream makes monsoon pulsate with dry and wet spells, justify.
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Troposphere or convective zone of atmosphere has double the height over equator what it bears over poles, give a reasoned account.
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Temperature, air pressure and natural vegetation change with latitude and altitude both. Explain.
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Rainfall regimes change with seasons in India, discuss.
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One third of tropical cyclone bred on Pacific Ocean torments the rim lands of Bay of Bengal too, rationalize it.
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We are needed to forewarned and equally forearmed for the tropical cyclone, elaborate.
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Tsunamis cannot be detained but can be predicted well on time, explain.
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22 The aviation industry is facing pressure to reduce its environmental impacts, but aviation is itself susceptible to the effects of climate change. Discuss
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Ocean currents are capable to moderate climatic conditions, explain
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Ocean currents are capable to induce climate changes, justify.
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North Indian Ocean is the only among all water bodies where ocean currents change seasonally, elaborate.
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Indian Ocean has got a befitting name and it really carriers Indian signatures, discuss.
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Indo-Brahma Pascoe river was once a pre-Pleistocene reality, discuss.
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Pacific Ocean has the most apacific ocean bottom. Explain.
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The antecedent rivers interrupt the continuity of Himalayas, justify.
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The Nepal Himalaya is the highest and the longest, explain.
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Explain the development of Himalayan syntaxian bends.
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Sum up four reasons for the development of Thar Desert in the western Indian subcontinent.
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Himalayas orient monsoons over Indian subcontinent, elaborate.
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Tibetan plateau has a unique role in determining the timings of monsoons over Indian Subcontinent, discuss.
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The eastern coastal plains of India are replete with wet points as well as with the dangers of possible visits of recurrent tropical cyclones, draw a correlative study.
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China shares borders with 14 nations and extends over 60 degrees longitude. It needs four time zones but is more apprehensive than India of balkanization. Support the statement.
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India is in need of two time zones but Indians are not ready yet to accept it as a reality, substantiate the statement.
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India has equivalent latitudinal and longitudinal extents in degrees but in actual there is a difference of 281 kms on the ground, justify it.
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Coastal Andhra is equally self-reliant to be a separate state, defend the statement.
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Seismicity can be a spoil spot for TAPI pipeline and can be a geopolitical show stopper.
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Statehood sentiment is an electoral instrument; people should be passed on a caveat. Write a memoir in support of the statement.
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Small states are more manageable, there should be no national skepticism. Explain.
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A good monsoon is essential for agriculture and for the replenishment of reservoirs and aquifers, is that so ? Still we are surviving on the gamble and gambit of monsoons.Comment
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 List the oceanic currents of North Atlantic Ocean and North Pacific Ocean and highlight the economic and climate significance of these currents. Is there any correlation between global warming and the changes in these currents?

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The union government is preparing legislation for involving riparian states for rejuvenating the Ganga River. What are the likely roadblocks this legislation might face? Is there a necessity of such legislation? Critically examine

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Seismic Zone V must be given respect if found in the geological surveys while planning a multi-purpose project. Discuss.
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Earthquakes can be predicted well before they cause havoc. Justify.
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Seismic waves have a propagation pattern and produce seismic shadow areas. Discuss.
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What are the prevalent explanations of origin of Continents and Oceans. Give few evidences.
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 Explore the interconnection between soils and vegetation taking suitable examples.

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Indian Soil cover is an assortment of Zonal (in-situ), Azonal (ex-situ) and intrazonal soils. Discuss.
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Type of natural vegetation follows latitude and altitude. Elaborate
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Eco-tourism activities are emerging as a growing livelihood option in India. What are Eco tourism activities? Critically examine the impact of growing Eco-tourism in India?

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 Man-animal conflict is emerging as a major concern for the States in the recent years. What is Man-animal conflict and enumerate reasons. Also, critically analyze the strategies devised to handle this issue.

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According to IUCN, Indian rhinos have been classified as Vulnerable. Rhino-horns are used in traditional Chinese medicine and decorative trophies. Is “Dehorning” a viable solution to stop Rhino poaching?


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 Despite various preventive and remedial measures, India is so vulnerable to disaster of earthquakes. What steps are further required to prevent and mitigate the ill effects of earthquakes? Also demarcate earthquake prone regions of India.

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 Enlist various institutional reform programmers introduced by government in interest of farmers and discuss their effectiveness in improving farmer’s socio – economic condition.

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 Establish the relationship between land reform, agriculture productivity and elimination of poverty in Indian Economy. Discussion the difficulty in designing and implementation of the agriculture friendly land reforms in India.
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 In view of the declining average size of land holdings in India which has made agriculture non-viable for a majority of farmers, should contract farming and land leasing be promoted in agriculture? Critically evaluate the pros and cons.
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 Livestock rearing has a big potential for providing non-farm employment and income in rural areas. Discuss suggesting suitable examples.
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 The MSP or minimum support price mechanism has been criticised for making Indian agriculture cereal intensive, regionally biased, input oriented and environmentally unsustainable. In this context, is there a need for having a relook at the MSP policy?
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 How can the ‘Digital India’ programme help farmers to improve farm productivity and income? What steps has the Government taken in this regards?
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What is cloud seeding? Do you think a comprehensive cloud seeding programme can mitigate the large chunk of agriculture problems in India?

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 In the first three years of the 12th Plan (2012-17), the average rate of growth in agri-GDP has been mere 1.7 per cent against a target of 4 per cent thereby pointing towards agrarian distress. What are the reasons for agrarian distress in India? What steps need to be taken to remedy the situation?

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"Agricultural produce undergoes a series of exchanges from one hand to another before it finally reaches the consumer." In the light of the above statement, discuss the problems and facilities needed for an efficient agricultural marketing.
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The first green revolution ran out of steam mainly because it was focused mainly on food grain production. In this context, present a conceptual framework for ushering India into a second green revolution.
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Cropping patterns are the cause of problems in agriculture in India. Explain.
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India has got year long growing seasons and must realize its strength. Elaborate.
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Discuss the fallout of Green Revolution in terms of inter crop imbalances and inter-personal inequalities.
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Agricultural seasons have indelible imprints of monsoons in its delineation, explain.
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There is close relationship between the climate, the yield and the quality of tea, elaborate.
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Give two justifications for wheat cultivation in Punjab and Haryana for being benefitted maximum by green revolution.
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There is no other food crop which is so plentiful as rice in India, justify.
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Hilly areas of Himachal Pradesh are well suited for maize cultivation, justify.
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Irrigation waters do not bring changes in crop culture but change the culture of cultivators too. Discuss
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The Second Green Revolution must start from the Eastern and Central India, it must be sustainable and should be an evergreen revolution. Discuss
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In India, the cropping pattern is in a state of imbalance. Bring out the various imbalances in the cropping pattern in India and the reasons for the same.
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In India, Rainfed farming is diverse and the problems faced by it are multifarious. Comment
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India has all the pre requisites for a thriving food processing sector, but still this sector is not developed in India. Examine the various challenges faced by this sector.
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24 Integrated Development and Management of Fisheries scheme launched by central government is step closure to realizing the dream of "Blue revolution". Elaborate.
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25 The Centre's ambitious scheme to develop mega food parks across the country needs to be redesigned to suit the specific requirements of states. Critically analyze.
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26 According to CAG report on implementation of National Food Security Act (NFSA), It is still lagging behind. Examine
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Mineral based industries are confined mostly to the peninsular India only, give a reasoned account. Discuss the bases of overseas trade.
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Mineral distribution is skewed in India, discuss.
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