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Important Editorial Summary for UPSC Exam

22Feb
2024

22 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : Stain on campus 2 : A constitutional crisis

21Feb
2024

21 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : El Nino, La Nina 2 : Greening growth

20Feb
2024

20 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : A wider viewfinder 2 : The puzzle of monetary policy

19Feb
2024

19 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : A variable geometry 2 : Income, not MSP

17Feb
2024

17 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : Straws in trade wind, 2 : The MSP fallacy

16Feb
2024

16 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : A vital verdict, 2 : Re-energising RTI

15Feb
2024

15 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : Governor in a China shop, 2 : Plainly on MSP

14Feb
2024

14 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1 : An Arabian Valentine, 2 : The Mayotte dilemma

HOW TO READ INDIAN EXPRESS EDITORIAL ANALYSIS

INDIAN EXPRESS newspaper, especially the editorial section, covers a wide range of topics that are really relevant to the UPSC CSE syllabus. It helps to inculcate a dynamic approach in mains answer writing and fetch good marks.

Here we will analyze three different pages of INDIAN EXPRESS newspaper that can help aspirants in dealing with current burning issues. These pages are – Explained, Editorials, and Ideas.

  • Explained – This page of the newspaper deals with day-to-day issues in the news that people might be aware of but lack detailed knowledge of. These are common yet important topics such as; NPA, CRYPTOCURRENCY, CYCLONES, POLICY RATES BY RBI, RECESSION, etc.
  • Editorials – Editorials are the expert opinion of different government policies and actions. They provide both positive and negative aspects on decisions taken by the government, thereby helping students to come up with their own viewpoints. Topics covered here are; Agriculture, International Relations, Indian Economy, Government Schemes, High/Supreme Court verdicts, etc.
  • At the top of the editorial page, under the WORLDLY WISE section a quote related to issues covered in the below editorials get mentioned every day. Aspirants can use those quotes to enrich their answers.

  • Ideas – Under ideas experts provide their own take on how a particular problem like Communism, Climate Change, Indian Education System, Caste system, Issues in Health Sector, Religious tensions etc. can be tackled.

Besides these above sections you can keep yourself updated on what to read on a daily basis from INDIAN EXPRESS you can click on the link below –

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