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Power Resources In India
Power Resources in India are diverse and play an important role in the development and economy of India, along with the standard of living of its citizens. Different types of power generated in India are thermal power, nuclear power, hydel power, wind power and solar power.
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 Indian Maritime Trade
Indian maritime trade plays an important role in the economy of the country. It has a major share in the yearly profit earned by India. Indian Maritime Trade is governed by the ports in the country like Visakhapatnam Port.
 Coastal Rivers
Coastal Rivers in the eastern and western coast of India differ in terms of geographical features. These rivers significantly affect Indian agriculture and crop production. Some of these rivers are Subarnarekha River, Vamsadhara River and Netravati River.
 Dams in Himachal Pradesh
Dams in Himachal Pradesh are mainly used to store water for generation of hydro-electric power and supply of drinking water. Some of these dams are Bhakra Dam, Chamera Dam, Pandoh Dam and Nathpa Dam.
 Water Resources in India
Water Resources in India are unevenly distributed in the country. They affect lives, standard of living and settlement in a particular region of the country. They play an important role in the economy of the country, due to their utility value in various sectors.
 Dams in Karnataka
Dams in Karnataka are symbols of development in the state and serve multiple purposes. They play a vital role in raising the standard to living of the people of the state. Some of these dams are Krishna Raja Sagara Dam, Linganamakki Dam, Tunga Bhadra Dam and Harangi Dam.
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