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Question 1: The periphery above the water surface area of the reservoir has recorded fauna species such as barking deer, sambar, wild boars, leopards and ________.
BinturongClouded LeopardTigerOriental Small-clawed Otter

Question 2: [5] The two reservoirs supply irrigation and drinking water to Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi and ________.
Hyderabad, IndiaChandigarhMumbaiKolkata

Question 3: The reservoir is bounded by the rugged Dhauladhar mountain range, the low foothills of the ________ on the northern edge of the Indo-Gangetic plains and the mountain streams cutting through valleys.
Deccan PlateauWestern GhatsHindu KushHimalayas

Question 4: Distance from ________ – 250 km (155.3 mi)
DelhiChandigarhHyderabad, IndiaMumbai

Question 5: Distance from ________ – 110 km (68.4 mi)
ChandigarhAmritsarHyderabad, IndiaDelhi

Question 6: Nagrota Surian and Jawali located on the periphery of the reservoir are connected by the narrow gauge railway line, the Kangra railway line, which connects Pathankot to ________.
JogindernagarKulluBilaspur, Himachal PradeshManali, Himachal Pradesh

Question 7: The Beas Dam has been built on the Beas River as it enters the plains at ________, also called as another temple of modern India.
HarianaHajipur, PunjabMukerianTalwara

Question 8: This recognition was based on a proposal formulated by the Himachal State Council for Science, Technology and Environment, Shimla submitted to the Ramsar Bureau, Switzerland through the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests of the ________.
Administrative divisions of IndiaPresident of IndiaSupreme Court of IndiaGovernment of India

Question 9: The Beas River on which the Pando dam is located is one of the five major rivers of the ________ basin.
Indus RiverIndus River DeltaGanges BasinGanges Delta

Question 10: Before the reservoir was built, ________, mirror carps and a few coarse fish were the dominant fish fauna in the Beas River.


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