22 August 2018 The Hindu Newspaper Analysis in Hindi (हिंदी में) – News Articles for Current Affairs - Videos

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22 August 2018 The Hindu Newspaper Analysis in Hindi (हिंदी में) – News Articles for Current Affairs

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22 August 2018 – The Hindu Editorial News Paper Analysis – [UPSC/SSC/IBPS] Current affairs

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  1. Continental drift theory is the movement of the earth's continent relative to each other. This thery was first put forward by Abraham ortelius in 1596 fully developed by Alfred wegner in 1912.

  2. Continental drift was a theory that explained how continents shift position on Earth's surface. Set forth in 1912 by Alfred Wegener, a geophysicist and meteorologist, continental drift also explained why look-alike animal and plant fossils, and similar rock formations, are found on different continents.

  3. Continental drift was a theory that explained how continents shift position on Earth's surface. Set forth in 1912 by Alfred Wegener, a geophysicist and meteorologist, continental drift also explained why look-alike animal and plant fossils, and similar rock formations, are found on different continents.

  4. Continental drift describes one of the earliest ways geologists thought continents moved over time. This map displays an early "supercontinent," Gondwana, which eventually moved to form the continents we know today. Fossils of similar organisms across widely disparate continents encouraged the revolutionary theory of continental drift.

    Map by USG

  5. Thank you sir…one more request … can you please do a separate session after every two week and make a current affairs MCQ's from daily newspaper ..it would be really beneficial from exam perspective….and by doing this… we will be able to link the pattern of questions asked in prelims from current affairs.

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