The only two states having the same capital in India are Punjab and Haryana which were divided on 1 November, 1966. Their common capital is Chandigarh which belongs to neither of the states and is a Union Territory.
Which is common capital?
Tier 1 common capital ratio is a measurement of a bank’s core equity capital, compared with its total risk-weighted assets, and signifies a bank’s financial strength. … Tier 1 common capital excludes any preferred shares or non-controlling interests, which makes it differ from the closely-related tier 1 capital ratio.
Which Stateshave is a common capital?
Punjab and Haryana have common capital Chandigarh.
Why Haryana and Punjab have the same capital?
The ten years became more than forty years, and still Chandigarh is a UT and the capital of both the states. The conflict of interest has not been resolved and that is why Chandigarh is lucky to be a part of the Central Government as a Union Territory and Punjab and Haryana.
Which state has more than one capital?
The legislatures of three states Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttarakhand and of union territory Jammu and Kashmir meet in different capitals for their summer and winter sessions. Ladakh has both Leh and Kargil as its administrative capitals.
Which state has the longest coast?
|State or territory||Method 1 (CRS)|
|Alaska||6,640 mi (10,690 km)||1|
|Florida||1,350 mi (2,170 km)||2|
|California||840 mi (1,350 km)||3|
Which state does not have a capital?
Each city is the center of government for a state in the United States, in the capitol building. The capital city with the fewest people is Montpelier, Vermont, while the capital city with the most people is Phoenix, Arizona.
List of U.S. state capitals.