The situation was very odd in Dehradun. I don't even know what the heck is going on with the topography and the weather there. The amount of rain keeps on changing every block. It is pretty interesting.
Btw, Hyderabad is not in Andhra Pradesh, maybe you can call it a Telugu City and can you also accept Mawsynram for Cherrapunji?
Both are like neighbors and Mawsynram actually receives the highest rainfall in the world
BTW, Mawsynram works as a type-in for Cherrapunji, but I think the latter is still more associated with rain
On the question "Formerly known as Madras", if you simply type in "Madras", it auto-fills "Chennai" in for you.
"The port city of Kerala was an important spice trading center" should read "This port city in Kerala was an important spice trading center".
"4000 people died here in 1984 after and industrial gas leak"... First off, the "and" here should clearly be "an". However, to be honest, this question could probably be worded better overall. For one, saying "4000 people died here after an industrial gas leak in 1984" would make more sense, because that specifically identifies the leak as having occurred in 1984, whereas some of the people who died from it died months or years later, not right when the leak happened in December 1984. But also, given how widely the estimated deaths vary (between 2,000 and 20,000 as far as I've read) pinning it at 4,000 may not be the best idea. Maybe giving a range or saying "at least 2,000" might work better.
It is a port city in Kerala starting with K. And at the height of the spice trade Kozhikode (Calicut at the time) was the more important trading centre for the spice trade.
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