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    Ghanshyam Thori Geography Notes GEOGRAPHY OF THE WORLD DEMOGRAPHY: Densi . km Urbanization b SN 1. 2. 3. Continent Asia Euro e South America Africa North America Oceania Continents: Continent South America Euro e North America erson/s 108 101 21 20 14 3 Urbanization 78 74 68 20 Countries b Area Countr 1.

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  6. The Helmand is the principal river in the southwest, bisecting the entire region. Starting some 50 mi (80 km) west of Kabul in the Baba Mountains, the Helmand is approximately 870 mi (1,400 km) long, making it the longest river situated entirely within Afghanistan.

  7. India is the seventh largest country in the world. The north south extent is 3214km & E-W 2933 Km. The mainland coastline is 6100 km long & including islands it is 7516 km long. Its geographical area is around 58 fGhanshyam Thori Geography Notes 33 lakh sq km (or 328.72 million hectares).