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Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

16 Nov

16 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

PIB: 1.Nationwide AHDF KCC campaign launched for providing Kisan Credit Card facility to all eligible Animal Husbandry,Dairy and Fishery Farmers, Business Standard: 1)Regulate crypto, don’t ban it, say House members 2)Cairn Energy to use $1-billion tax refund for share buyback, The Hindu:1. Centre to disburse ₹95,082 cr. to States to sustain recovery 2. PM reaches out to tribal people, unveils schemes, Indian Express:1) SC must intervene, says petitioner behind reforms in selection of CBI chief 2) Delhi pollution: SC asks Centre to hold meet today, says ‘unfortunate’ it has to set agenda

15 Nov

15 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

Business Standard: 1)Centre plans to give strategic disinvestment powers to DPE 2)Climate deal sealed after late drama over coal, The Hindu :1) CBI, ED chiefs can now have five-year terms 2) Deliveries of S-400 systems have begun: Russian official Indian Express: 1) Govt brings ordinance: CBI, ED Directors can hold office up to 5 yrs

13 Nov

13 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

PIB : 1. National Achievement Survey 2021 has been conducted successfully across the country, with enthusiastic participation of schools and students ; Business Standard : 1) Retail inflation edges higher to 4.48% in Oct

12 Nov

12 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

Press Information Bureau : 1) Enhancing Steel intensity in Rural sector and move towards Green Steel” or “Low Carbon Steel” manufacturing will make India a Manufacturing Hub- Minister of State For Steel. 2) Committee for Development of Avenues for Ship Acquisition, Financing and Leasing from GIFT IFSC in India submits its Report to IFSCA ; Business Standard : 1) Markets tumble as US inflation hits 30-yr high 2) Govt wants ONGC to bring in private players to boost output

11 Nov

11 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

BUSINESS STANDARD : 1) High commodity prices yet to hit India Inc’s profits 2) COP26 draft decision shifts the goalposts on climate financing ; The Hindu : 1.  Climate finance is insufficient, says Glasgow draft document. The document urges the developed countries to ‘urgently scale up’ 2. Union Cabinet brings back MPLAD Scheme. MPs to get ₹2 cr. each instead of previously approved ₹5 cr.

10 Nov

10 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

PIB : 1) Consultation Paper on Statutory Audit and Auditing Standards for Micro, Small and Medium Companies (MSMCs) – extension of last date for submission of comments to 30th November 2021 2) Substantial Reduction in Import of Non Coking Coal during this Fiscal ; The Hindu : : 1)   Why is MHA tasked to monitor foreign funds for NGOs, asks SC 2)    ‘Monitoring Chinese assets in Indian Ocean’

09 Nov

09 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

1. Centre amends the Legal Metrology (Packaged Commodities) Rules 2011 for enhanced protection of Consumer Rights. 2. New plan to tax blockchain ecosystem in the works. 1. UNESCO picks Srinagar as creative city. 4). SC tells UP: unsure of your probe, let ex-judge of another HC monitor

08 Nov

08 Nov 2021: Daily Current Affairs for UPSC Exam

PIB : 1) India speaks on climate change from a position of strength and responsibility at the Facilitative Sharing of Views (FSV) of India’s Third Biennial Update Report (BUR) at COP26 ; Business Standard : 1) FIVE YEARS OF DEMONETISATION 2) Loss & damage key worries amid climate extremities ; The Hindu : 1) Fisherman killed in Pak. firing off Gujarat 2) ‘Current state of affairs at Tihar shows management is going downhill’


Current affairs are one of the essential parts of civil service preparation. Keeping yourself up to date with current affairs on daily basis is required for all three stages of preparation; Prelims, Mains and Interview. Since there is a plethora of materials available in the market, aspirants have a lot of confusion about what to read in order to prepare for current affairs properly. It is always advisable to focus on fewer sources and more revision in current affairs. In this regard, we will look into different sources of current affairs relevant to UPSC CSE.

Various Sources of current affairs:-

  • THE HINDU-It is one of the prime source of daily current affairs. It covers most of the important topics such as supreme and high court verdicts, discussion on policies and schemes, international relations, environment, disaster, etc.
  • INDIAN EXPRESS-INDIAN EXPRESS also provides a quality article on the editorial page on different issues such as Climate Change, the Indian Education System, Issues in Health Sector, NPA, economic policy, Agriculture, International Relations etc.
  • PIB-PIB disseminates information regarding government policies, programmes and different initiatives, which is required to reach the general public, through print and electronic media. Since the above information is coming directly from the government agency, it is very useful for mains writing.
  • SOME OTHER SOURCES--Live mint, Business standards etc. also provides good study stuffs about economic policy, NPA resolution, monetary policy , fiscal policy, the balance of payment etc. It is very helpful for understanding the current economic situation of India.

In this regard, CHAHAL ACADEMY also provides daily current affair compiled at one platform through own website, you can follow below links-

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