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  • Red Sea

    Why in News An Iranian freighter was hit by Israel in the Red Sea in retaliation for past Iranian strikes on its vessels. The blast struck the...

    08 Apr 2021 Physical Geography

  • Sangay Volcano: Ecuador

    Why in News Recently, Ecuador’s Sangay volcano erupted. Key Points About Sangay Volcano: Sangay volcano is one of the highest active...

    13 Mar 2021 Physical Geography

  • Declining Rainfall in Cherrapunji

    Why in News A recent study that looked at the rainfall pattern in the past 119 years found a decreasing trend at Cherrapunji (Meghalaya) and nearby...

    22 Feb 2021 Physical Geography

  • Deglaciation and Threats

    Deglaciation Glaciers, ice caps and continental ice sheets cover some 10% of the earth’s land surface at the present time, whereas during...

    22 Feb 2021 Physical Geography

  • Glaciers

    About A glacier is a large, perennial accumulation of crystalline ice, snow, rock, sediment, and water that originates on land and moves down...

    15 Feb 2021 Physical Geography

  • Mapping Seismic Hazard of Eastern Himalaya

    Why in News Recently, scientists have found the first geological evidence of an earthquake on the border of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, documented...

    09 Feb 2021 Physical Geography

  • Pacific Ring of Fire

    The Ring of Fire, also referred to as the Circum-Pacific Belt, is a path along the Pacific Ocean characterized by active volcanoes and frequent...

    08 Feb 2021 Physical Geography

  • Tectonic Plates

    Tectonic Plates A tectonic plate (also called lithospheric plate) is a massive, irregularly-shaped slab of solid rock, generally composed of both...

    01 Feb 2021 Physical Geography

  • El Nino and La Nina

    El Nino and La Nina are complex weather patterns resulting from variations in ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific Region. They are...

    18 Jan 2021 Physical Geography

  • Iceberg A68a

    Why in News Iceberg A68a, which calved from Antarctica in 2017, has been floating off the coast of South Georgia island. This has prompted fears...

    28 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Satkosia Tiger Reserve

    Why in News Recently, the National Tiger Conservation Authority has asked Odisha to submit a status report on the adverse impact of tourism on...

    26 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Kilauea Volcano: Hawaii

    Why in News Recently, Kilauea volcano in Hawaii’s Big Island erupted which was followed by an earthquake of magnitude 4.4. Key...

    23 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Winter Solstice

    Why in News 21st December or the Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. The same day marks the Summer...

    22 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Chillai Kalan

    Why in News The 40-day intense winter period “chillai kalan” started in Kashmir valley on 21st December with sub-zero night temperatures...

    22 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Extreme Climate Events: CEEW

    Why in News According to a recent study on the report “Preparing India for Extreme Climate Events” released by the Council on Energy,...

    12 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • New Height for Mount Everest

    Why in News Nepal and China have announced the revised height of Mount Everest as 8,848.86 metres. The new height is 86 cm more than the previous...

    09 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Provisional Report on the State of the Global Climate 2020: WMO

    Why in News According to the latest State of the Global Climate provisional report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the year 2020 is...

    04 Dec 2020 Physical Geography

  • Hurricane Eta

    Why in News Recently, Hurricane Eta has hit northeastern Nicaragua with life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds and flash flooding...

    05 Nov 2020 Physical Geography

  • Ganga Utsav 2020

    Why in News Recently, the Ganga Utsav 2020 has begun which celebrates the glory of the National river Ganga. Ganga was declared as the National...

    03 Nov 2020 Physical Geography

  • Tectonically Active Zone of Himalayas

    Why in News Recently, a group of scientists from the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG), Dehradun have found that the Indus-Tsangpo Suture...

    28 Oct 2020 Physical Geography

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