Question: Does India have 2 time zones?

The Republic of India uses only one time zone (even though it spans across two geographical time zones) across the whole nation and all its territories, called Indian Standard Time (IST), which equates to UTC+05:30, i.e. five and a half hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Does India have two time zones?

The study said that technically it is feasible to have two time zones and two ISTs in India. At present, the country observes a single time zone based on the longitude passing through 82°33′E. Interestingly, before independence the country was following three major time zones- Bombay, Calcutta and Madras Time.

Which country has same timing as India?

Further Countries in the same timezone of UTC +5:30CountryRegionTimezoneSri LankacountrywideMyanmar Time (MMT)

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