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The town was named after the British commissioner of Kumaon, Colonel James Augustus Haldane. The city is located at . It has an average elevation of above sea level. The district lies between 27°50' and 29°10' north latitude and 79°15' and 80°40 east longitude. The topography is generally mountainous except for a broad valley along the course of river Gola which flows through Kathgodam, Nainital Road up to Bageshwar in Pithoragarh District before entering Tibet near Chinyalisaur where it becomes Tsarap River (also known as Chenab). This valley formed by Gola river separates two major mountain ranges: Shivalik range to its north from Himalayas or Lesser Himalayas on its south; both are part of greater Himalayan Range that extends from Kashmir in Jammu & Kashmir state all the way into Arunachal Pradesh state in easternmost part India bordering China, Myanmar (Burma) & Bangladesh respectively with Nepal forming a buffer zone between these two Asian giants.