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  1. Geographical Time is widely known as Geological Time and is the time that is filled up with the geographical events that took place in the history of our planet i.e., Earth. On the other hand, Standard Time is the local time that is observed in an area or region to negate the use of solar time. [adiRead more

    Geographical Time is widely known as Geological Time and is the time that is filled up with the geographical events that took place in the history of our planet i.e., Earth. On the other hand, Standard Time is the local time that is observed in an area or region to negate the use of solar time.

    In simple terms, Standard Time is the time that we see in our clocks and it varies with region. For example, the United States has 7 different time zones while India uses a time zone called India Standard Time (IST). People in different geographical regions follow different time zones and that time zone in generalized terms is known as Standard Time.

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