What is the capital of the state Orissa?
Bhubaneswar is the capital of the Indian state of Odisha (formerly known as Orissa). Patna was the capital of the province Bihar and Orissa in British India.
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Alabama - Montgomery . Alaska - Juneau . Arizona - Phoenix . Arkansas - Little Rock . California - Sacramento . Colorado - Denver . Connecticut - Hartford . Delaware - Dover . Florida - Tallahassee . Georgia - Atlanta . Hawaii - Honolulu . Idaho - Boise . Illinois - Springfield . Indian…a - Indianapolis . Iowa - Des Moines . Kansas - Topeka . Kentucky - Frankfort . Louisiana - Baton Rouge . Maine - Augusta . Maryland - Annapolis . Massachusetts - Boston . Michigan - Lansing . Minnesota - St. Paul . Mississippi - Jackson . Missouri - Jefferson City . Montana - Helena . Nebraska - Lincoln . Nevada - Carson City . New Hampshire - Concord . New Jersey - Trenton . New Mexico - Santa Fe . New York - Albany . North Carolina - Raleigh . North Dakota - Bismarck . Ohio - Columbus . Oklahoma - Oklahoma City . Oregon - Salem . Pennsylvania - Harrisburg . Rhode Island - Providence . South Carolina - Columbia . South Dakota - Pierre . Tennessee - Nashville . Texas - Austin . Utah - Salt Lake City . Vermont - Montpelier . Virginia - Richmond . Washington - Olympia . West Virginia - Charleston . Wisconsin - Madison . Wyoming - Cheyenne (MORE)
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Alabama - Montgomery . Alaska - Juneau . Arizona - Phoenix . Arkansas - little rock . California - Sacramento . Colorado - Denver . Connecticut - Hartford . Delaware - Dover . Florida - Tallahassee . Georgia - Atlanta . Hawaii - Honolulu . Idaho - Boise . Illinois - Springfield . Indian…a - Indianapolis . Iowa - Des Moines . Kansas - Topeka . Kentucky- Frankfort . Louisiana - Baton Rouge . Maine - Augusta . Maryland - Annapolis . Massachusetts - Boston . Michigan - Lansing . Minnesota - St. Paul . Mississippi - Jackson . Missouri - St. Louis . Montana - Helena . Nebraska - Lincoln . Nevada - Carson City . New Hampshire - Concord . New Jersey - Trenton . New Mexico - Santa Fe . New York - Albany . North Carolina - Raleigh . North Dakota - Bismark . Ohio - Columbus . Oklahoma - Oklahoma City . Oregon - Salem . Pennsylvania - Harrisburg . Rhode Island - Providence . South Carolina - Columbia . South Dakota - Pierre . Tennessee - Nashville . Texas - Austin . Utah - Salt Lake City . Vermont - Montpelier . Virginia - Richmond . Washington - Olympia . West Virginia - Charleston . Wisconsin - Madison . Wyoming - Cheyenne There are 50 states in the United States. The states and capitals are Albany, New York; Annapolis,Maryland; Atlanta, Georgia; Augusta, Maine; Austin, Texas; BatonRouge, Louisiana; Bismarck, North Dakota; Boise, Idaho; Boston,Massachusetts; Carson City, Nevada; Charleston, West Virginia;Cheyenne, Wyoming; Columbia, South Carolina; Columbus, Ohio;Concord, New Hampshire; Denver, Colorado; Des Moines, Iowa; Dover,Delaware; Frankfort, Kentucky; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Hartford,Connecticut; Helena, Montana; Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis,Indiana; Jackson, Mississippi; Jefferson City, Missouri; Juneau,Alaska; Lansing, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; Little Rock,Arkansas; Madison, Wisconsin; Montgomery, Alabama; Montpelier,Vermont; Nashville, Tennessee; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Olympia,Washington; Phoenix, Arizona; Pierre, South Dakota; Providence,Rhode Island; Raleigh, North Carolina; Richmond, Virginia;Sacramento, California; Saint Paul, Minnesota; Salem, Oregon; SaltLake City, Utah; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Springfield, Illinois;Tallahassee, Florida; Topeka, Kansas; and Trenton, New Jersey. (MORE)
Title . Orissa. Coordinate . 20Â° 9â² 0â³ N, 85Â° 30â² 0â³ E. Decimal . 20.15Â°, 85.5Â°. Zoom . 6. Scale . Â± 1:100000. Region . IN. Type . city.
no, for example Trenton and Albany are not the largest cities in NJ and NY
Phoenix, Arizona with a population of over 1.5 million persons leads the list, while Pierre, South Dakota is the smallest with only about 14,000 residents.
There are numerous telephone area codes in the state of Orissa(Odisha). You have to specify the city or town. For example,Bhubaneswar is area code 0674, which is +91 674 in internationalformat. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can en…ter the number in full internationalformat, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but NorthAmerica (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and manyother countries use different prefixes.) (MORE)
None. States aren't capitals. City's are. From 1776 to 1812, the capital was Philadelphia. From then to now, it is Washington, District of Columbia.
It was done to avoid any appearance of or actual conflict of interest between the Federal Government and the individual states.
No, as the District of Columbia is not classed as an official capital and the land space is smaller than any town anyway :D
The capitol of The United States is in Washington D.C, formally known as The District of Colombia.
The Louisiana State Capital is the tallest in terms of height. It was modeled after the Nebraska State Capital which was still under construction at the time, making it the second tallest State Capital building. All thanks to the then Governor of Louisiana, Huey Long.
Montgomery, Alabama . Juneau, Alaska . Phoenix, Arizona . Sacramento, California . Denver, Colorado . Atlanta, Georgia . Honolulu, Hawaii . Springfield, Illinois . Indianapolis, Indiana . Des Moines, Iowa . Frankfort, Kentucky . Baton Rouge, Louisiana . Annapolis, Maryland . Boston, Mas…sachusetts . Lansing, Michigan . Saint Paul, Minnesota . Jackson, Mississippi . Jefferson City, Missouri . Helena, Montana . Lincoln, Nebraska . Carson City, Nevada . Concord, New Hampshire . Trenton, New Jersey . Santa Fe, New Mexico . Albany, New York . Providence, Rhode Island . Nashville, Tennessee . Austin, Texas . Montpelier, Vermont . Richmond, Virginia . Charleston, West Virginia . Madison, Wisconsin . Cheyenne, Wyoming (MORE)
Not always. Washington state has Olympia for a capital. New York has Albany. California's capital is Sacramento.
If you are saying Washington State, the S is capitalized. If you are saying the state of Washington, the S is not capitalized.
State capitals serve as the seat for govenment at the state level. The United States has govenment on a national or federal level, (the president, congress, US Supreme Court judges, etc.) But each of the 50 states has their own leader (called the govenor) as well as congressmen/women and judges at t…he state level. (MORE)
Where can i get admission in orissa engineering colleges where my State rank outside general 3122 orissa jee 2009?
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The state capital is the city where most of the work of the state government is done. That's where the Governor lives and works, where the state legislature assembles to make state laws, and where you find the state's capitol (with an "o") building.
The states capitals are... Delaware= Dover Pennsylvania= Harrisburg New Jersey= Trenton Georgia= Atlanta Connecticut= Hartford Massachusetts= Boston Maryland= Annapolis South Carolina= Columbia New Hampshire= Concord Virginia= Richmond New York= Albany North Carolina= Raleigh Rhode Island= Providenc…e Vermont= Montpelier Kentucky= Frankfort Tennesee= Nashville Ohio= Columbus Louisiana= Baton Rouge Indiana= Indianapolis Mississippi= Jackson Illinois= Springfield Alabama= Montgomery Maine= Augusta Missouri= Jefferson City Arkansas= Little Rock Michigan= Lansing Florida= Tallahassee Texas= Austin Iowa= Des Moines Wisconsin= Madison California= Sacramento Minnesota= St. Paul Oregan= Salem Kansas= Topeka West Virginia= Charleston Nevada= Carson City Nebraska= Lincoln Colorado= Denver North Dakota= Bismarck South Dakota= Pierre Montana= Helena Washington= Olympia Idaho= Boise Wyoming= Cheyenne Utah= Salt Lake City Okahoma= Oklahoma City New Mexico= Santa Fe Arizona= Phoenix Alaska= Juneau Hawaii= Honolulu (MORE)
Georgia has had more capital cities as a state than any other state in the United States with 9 individual cities . The capital has moved a total of 12 times. Savannah - 1776-1778, 1782 and 1794 (it was also the colonial capital 1733-1776) Augusta 1778-1780 & 1786-1795 Heard's Fort 1780 Au…gusta 1781 Ebenezer 1782 (only for part of the year) Louisville 1796-1806 Milledgeville 1807-1863 & 1865-1867 Macon 1864 Atlanta 1868-Present (MORE)
There is no state in the United States of America that doesn't have a capital. Every state has a capital, even Alaska and Hawaii, which are the only two states that aren't connected to the United States of America.
Every state has a capital but if you mean capital of the US that'sWashington DC. That's not in any state but it's close to Marylandand Virginia.
Hi ! Here's the complete list of capital cities and states . Order of Admission. State. Date of Admission. Capital. Population a . 1.. Delaware. Dec. 7, 1787. Dover. 668,696. 2.. Pennsylvania. Dec. 12, 1787. Harrisburg. 11,924,710. 3.. New Jersey. Dec. 18, 1787. Trenton. 7,748,6…34. 4.. Georgia. Jan. 2, 1788. Atlanta. 6,508,419. 5.. Connecticut. Jan. 9, 1788. Hartford. 3,295,669. 6.. Massachusetts. Feb. 6, 1788. Boston. 6,029,051. 7.. Maryland. Apr. 28, 1788. Annapolis. 4,798,622. 8.. South Carolina. May 23, 1788. Columbia. 3,505,707. 9.. New Hampshire. June 21, 1788. Concord. 1,113,915. 10.. Virginia. June 25, 1788. Richmond. 6,216,568. 11.. New York. July 26, 1788. Albany. 18,044,505. 12.. North Carolina. Nov. 21, 1789. Raleigh. 6,657,630. 13.. Rhode Island. May 29, 1790. Providence. 1,005,984. 14.. Vermont. Mar. 4, 1791. Montpelier. 564,964. 15.. Kentucky. June 1, 1792. Frankfort. 3,698,969. 16.. Tennessee. June 1, 1796. Nashville. 4,896,641. 17.. Ohio. Mar. 1, 1803. Columbus. 10,887,325. 18.. Louisiana. Apr. 30, 1812. Baton Rouge. 4,238,216. 19.. Indiana. Dec. 11, 1816. Indianapolis. 5,564,228. 20.. Mississippi. Dec. 10, 1817. Jackson. 2,586,443. 21.. Illinois. Dec. 3, 1818. Springfield. 11,466,682. 22.. Alabama. Dec. 14, 1819. Montgomery. 4,062,608. 23.. Maine. Mar. 15, 1820. Augusta. 1,233,223. 24.. Missouri. Aug. 10, 1821. Jefferson City. 5,137,804. 25.. Arkansas. June 15, 1836. Little Rock. 2,362,239. 26.. Michigan. Jan. 26, 1837. Lansing. 9,328,784. 27.. Florida. Mar. 3, 1845. Tallahassee. 13,003,362. 28.. Texas. Dec. 29, 1845. Austin. 17,059,805. 29.. Iowa. Dec. 28, 1846. Des Moines. 2,787,424. 30.. Wisconsin. May 29, 1848. Madison. 4,906,745. 31.. California. Sept. 9, 1850. Sacramento. 29,839,250. 32.. Minnesota. May 11, 1858. St. Paul. 4,387,029. 33.. Oregon. Feb. 14, 1859. Salem. 2,853,733. 34.. Kansas. Jan. 29, 1861. Topeka. 2,485,600. 35.. West Virginia. June 20, 1863. Charleston. 1,801,625. 36.. Nevada. Oct. 31, 1864. Carson City. 1,206,152. 37.. Nebraska. Mar. 1, 1867. Lincoln. 1,584,617. 38.. Colorado. Aug. 1, 1876. Denver. 3,307,912. 39.. North Dakota. Nov. 2, 1889. Bismarck. 641,364. 40.. South Dakota. Nov. 2, 1889. Pierre. 699,999. 41.. Montana. Nov. 8, 1889. Helena. 803,655. 42.. Washington. Nov. 11, 1889. Olympia. 4,887,941. 43.. Idaho. July 3, 1890. Boise. 1,011,986. 44.. Wyoming. July 10, 1890. Cheyenne. 455,975. 45.. Utah. Jan. 4, 1896. Salt Lake City. 1,727,784. 46.. Oklahoma. Nov. 16, 1907. Oklahoma City. 3,157,604. 47.. New Mexico. Jan. 6, 1912. Santa Fe. 1,521,779. 48.. Arizona. Feb. 14, 1912. Phoenix. 3,677,985. 49.. Alaska. Jan. 3, 1959. Juneau. 551,947. 50.. Hawaii. Aug. 21, 1959. Honolulu. 1,115,274. District of Columbia. 609,909. Total. 249,632,692. a. U.S. Bureau of the http://www.answers.com/topic/census , 1990 figures (preliminary). (MORE)
For the majority of its existence, the capital of the CSA was Richmond, Virginia. The state capitals of the Confederacy were the same as they are presently in those states.
Orissa is in the Eastern Part of India, Surrounded by Andhra Pradesh, Chattishgarh, West Bengal and Bay of Bengal.
There are two state capitals that fit this description: . Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana . Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma
Norway does not have states, major or capital, because Norway is not a federation of states - it is one country. Norway is divided into 19 fylkes which are similar to counties in the UK or USA Their responsibilities are limited to local affairs.
It's that one city, with the roads and the buildings. (If you're going to ask us about a state, it helps to be specific as to which state.)
Maryland has several nicknames including "The Free State."Annapolis is the capital city in the U.S. state of Maryland.
Depends on the time period. Montgomery, Alabama was the first Confederate Capitol; Richmond, Virginia was the second.
There are two state capitals that fit this description: . Oklahoma has Oklahoma City . Indiana has Indianapolis.
Not unless it is part of a proper name. The expression "Washington state" is used to indicate the state instead of the city (Washington DC). It would be capitalized if "Washington State" meant "Washington State University."
If you're talking about the city, it's -al. If you're talking aboutthe building, it's -ol.
you know about "capital" letters, right? well, capital means "the highest" and a state capital is the biggest, most important part of the state.
Because a state was originally it own country (in Europe a state is a country) that created there own laws governed by an overall union that was supposed to preserve Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As time has passed since our founding fathers the Federal Government has obtained more po…wers and you do not see state governments with as much. Federal Government slowly took the power away from state governments with the threat of tax help. A great example of this is Louisiana who was persuaded by the federal government to raise its drinking age to 21 by not allowing them to have tax money for its highway systems unless they conformed. (MORE)
A capital of state is the country's capital (countries are sometimes referred to as 'states') except in the case of the USA where 'states' is the name used for 'counties', 'sectors' or 'provinces' and they each have a 'capital of state'. In that case the 'capital of state' is just the capital city o…f that province or county not the county for the country. For example:- State(county)-Washington D.C.// Capital of State-Olympia (MORE)
The 50 capitols and their states are listed below: 01.) Montgomery, Alabama 02.) Juneau, Alaska 03.) Phoenix, Arizona 04.) Little Rock, Arkansas 05.) Sacramento, California 06.) Denver, Colorado 07.) Hartford, Connecticut 08.) Dover, Delaware 09.) Tallahassee, Florida 10.) Atlant…a, Georgia 11.) Honolulu, Hawaii 12.) Boise, Idaho 13.) Springfield, Illinois 14.) Indianapolis, Indiana 15.) Des Moines, Iowa 16.) Topeka, Kansas 17.) Frankfort, Kentucky 18.) Baton Rouge, Louisiana 19.) Augusta, Maine 20.) Annapolis, Maryland 21.) Boston, Massachusetts 22.) Lansing, Michigan 23.) St. Paul, Minnesota 24.) Jackson, Mississippi 25.) Jefferson City, Missouri 26.) Helena, Montana 27.) Lincoln, Nebraska 28.) Carson City, Nevada 29.) Concord, New Hampshire 30.) Trenton, New Jersey 31.) Santa Fe, New Mexico 32.) Albany, New York 33.) Raleigh, North Carolina 34.) Bismarck, North Dakota 35.) Columbus, Ohio 36.) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 37.) Salem, Oregon 38.) Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 39.) Providence, Rhode Island 40.) Columbia, South Carolina 41.) Pierre, South Dakota 42.) Nashville, Tennessee 43.) Austin, Texas 44.) Salt Lake City, Utah 45.) Montpelier, Vermont 46.) Richmond, Virginia 47.) Olympia, Washington 48.) Charleston, West Virginia 49.) Madison, Wisconsin 50.) Cheyenne, Wyoming (MORE)
Sacramento was not the first state capital in California. Sacramento is the 4 th and 6 th capital of California. The capital will most likely stay in Sacramento as there is no need to move it. . San Jose . Vallejo . Benicia . Sacramento . San Francisco . Sacramento
Yes. Chandigarh is the capital cityof the two neighboring states of Haryana and Punjab in India.
Washington D.C, is the national capital but it is not in a state, it is in the District of Columbia.
Richmond is the state capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, in the United States. Further information about the city of Richmond is available on the Richmond government website.
Based on area, Alaska is the largest state in the U.S. with totalarea of 665,384 square miles which includes 570,641 square miles ofland. Juneau is the capital city in the U.S. state of Alaska.California is the biggest U.S. state based on population.Sacramento is the capital city in the U.S. state o…f California. (MORE)
Washington D.C. is the capital city of the United States. Itis not a state. It is a federal district and is not part of anystate.
I always made up little rhyming songs to help my son learn thestates and their capitals. It works.
Illinois is bordered by Wisconsin to the north, Iowa to thenorthwest, Missouri to the west, Kentucky to the southeast, andIndiana to the east. Madison is the capital city in the U.S. stateof Wisconsin. Des Moines is the capital city in the U.S. state ofIowa. Jefferson City is the capital city in the… U.S. state ofMissouri. Frankfort is the capital city of the Commonwealth ofKentucky. Indianapolis is the capital city in the U.S.state of Indiana. (MORE)
The statecapitals in the United States are Albany, New York; Annapolis,Maryland; Atlanta, Georgia; Augusta, Maine; Austin, Texas; BatonRouge, Louisiana; Bismarck, North Dakota; Boise, Idaho; Boston,Massachusetts; Carson City, Nevada; Charleston, West Virginia;Cheyenne, Wyoming; Columbia, South Carol…ina; Columbus, Ohio;Concord, New Hampshire; Denver, Colorado; Des Moines, Iowa; Dover,Delaware; Frankfort, Kentucky; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Hartford,Connecticut; Helena, Montana; Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis,Indiana; Jackson, Mississippi; Jefferson City, Missouri; Juneau,Alaska; Lansing, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; Little Rock,Arkansas; Madison, Wisconsin; Montgomery, Alabama; Montpelier,Vermont; Nashville, Tennessee; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Olympia,Washington; Phoenix, Arizona; Pierre, South Dakota; Providence,Rhode Island; Raleigh, North Carolina; Richmond, Virginia;Sacramento, California; Saint Paul, Minnesota; Salem, Oregon; SaltLake City, Utah; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Springfield, Illinois;Tallahassee, Florida; Topeka, Kansas; and Trenton, NewJersey. (MORE)
Illinois is bordered by Wisconsin to the north, Iowa to thenorthwest, Missouri to the west, Kentucky to the southeast, andIndiana to the east. Madison is the capital city in the U.S. stateof Wisconsin. Des Moines is the capital city in the U.S. state ofIowa. Jefferson City is the capital city in the… U.S. state ofMissouri. Frankfort is the capital city of the Commonwealth ofKentucky. Indianapolis is the capital city in the U.S. state ofIndiana. (MORE)
California is the biggest U.S. statebased on population. Sacramento is the capital city in the U.S.state of California. Alaska is the biggest U.S. state based onarea. Juneau is the capital city in the U.S. state of Alaska.
Rhode Island is the smallest U.S. state based on total area andland area. Providence is the capital city of Rhode Island. Wyomingis the smallest U.S. state based on population. Cheyenne is thecapital city in Wyoming.