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Which of the following States in India is landlocked ? 

(a) Orissa 

(b) West Bengal 

(c) Maharashtra 

(d) Haryana
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( d ) Haryana 
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(d) Haryana. Orissa and West Bengal have a shoreline towards
the Bay of Bengal and Maharashtra towards the Arabian Sea.
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west bengal 
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