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Right Answer to Quiz on rivers/lakes originating in national parks/sanctuaries

This month no one has given all right answers but and have given 7 right answers.

Right Answer toQuiz on rivers/lakes originating in national parks/sanctuaries

1.The water bodies inside India’s forests have been assessed for the first time by
  • The State of Forests Report, 2003
  • The Centrally Empowered Committee of the Supreme court
  • The Tiger Task Force

  • 2.An estimated of water bodies exist within the forested areas of the country.
  • 5396
  • 10, 396
  • 17396

  • 3.--------------------Tiger Reserve feeds the Tapi River supplying 30% of the fresh water requirement of the Vidharba area in Maharashtra
  • Tadoba
  • Melghat
  • Satpura

  • 4.The city of Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu gets its water from the dam in
  • Kalakad-Mundanthurai tiger reserve
  • Bandipur
  • Bhadra

  • 5.The town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan gets its water through deep tube wells at the edge of the
  • Ranthambore tiger reserve
  • Bharatpur sanctuary
  • Sariska tiger reserve

  • 6.Tulsi and Vihar lakes in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park and Tansa and Modak Sagar in Tansa wildlife sanctuary provide fresh water to the city of
  • Nagpur
  • Ahmedabad
  • Mumbai

  • 7.The Pench river whose catchment forests are part of the Pench tiger reserve is the main source of water supply to
  • Raipur city
  • Nagpur city
  • Bhopal

  • 8.This is an important water body in Calcutta which is a unique mix of wetland and waterbody. The name is
  • Suraj Kund
  • Vikram Jheel
  • Damdama Lake

  • 9.The total area of Sunderbans tiger reserve is 2585 of which covers water body
  • 585
  • 285
  • 985

  • 10.India’s first of the 16 water transfer link projects was signed by Madhya Pradesh and U.P on 25 Aug.2005. This 2000 crore project links the rivers……….
  • Parbati and KaliSindh
  • Parbati and Chambal
  • Ken and Betwa

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