Important National Highways, Railway Zones and Major Sea Ports of India

Indian National Highways:

National Highway Connects
NH 1 New Delhi-Ambala- Jalandhar -Amritsar.
NH 2 Delhi -Mathua -Agra-Kanpur –Allahabad –Varanadi -Kolkata.
NH 3 Agra-Gwalior -Nasik-Mumbai
NH 4 Thand and Chennai via Pune and Belgaun.
NH 5 Kolkata -Chennai
NH 6 Kolkata -Dhule
NH 7 Varanasi -Kanyakumari
NH 8 Delhi –Mumbai (Via Jaipur, Baroda and Ahmedabad)
NH 9 Mumbai –Vijaywada
NH10 Delhi –Fazika
NH-7 is the longest highway of India.

Indian Railway Zones:

Railway Zones Head Quarters Railway Zones Head Quarters
1.Control Mumbai VT 9.Western Mumbai Churchgate
2.Eastern Kolkata 10. East Coast Bhubaneshwar
3.Northem New Delhi 11. East Central Hajipur
4.North Eastern Gorakhpur 12. .North Central Allahabad
5.North-East Frontier Maligaon- Guwahati 13.North Western Jaipur
6.Southern Chennai 14.South Western Bangalore (Hubli)
7.South Central Secunderabad 15.West Central Jabalpur
8.South Eastern kolkata 16.SouthEast Central Bilaspur
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Major Indian Sea Ports:

Western Coast Eastern Coast
Kandla (child of partition) Kolkata- Hadia (riverine port )
Mumbai (busiest and biggest) Paradip (exports raw iron to Japan )
Jawahar Lal Nehru (fastest growing) Vishakhapatnam (deepest port)
Marmugao (navel base also) Chennai (oldest and artificial)
Mangalore (exports Kudremukh ieon-ore) Ennore (most modern-in private hands)
Cochin (natural harbour) Tuticorin (southernmost)

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