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THE HINDU Current Affairs for IAS/UPSC Exam


14 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Local motif: On Modi’s call for self-reliance- 2) Liquidity lifeline: On Nirmala’s MSME package- 3) Provide income support, restore jobs-


13 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Perilous state: On State finances- 2) Indelicate imbalance: On Supreme Court and Kashmir- 3) REAFFIRM COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM-


12 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) A welcome change: On ICMR's clearance on using convalescent plasma therapy- 2) Consensus, not confusion: on resumption of rail services- 3) Playing out live, a narrative of discrimination-


11 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Tragedy on the tracks: On the killing of 16 migrant workers 2) Coming to terms: On India refusing to admit community transmission- 3) The trends shaping the post-COVID-19 world-


9 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Contempt for labour: On dilution of labour laws- 2) Eradicate it: On female genital mutilation- 3) Slower growth and a tighter fiscal-


8 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Toxic disaster: On Visakhapatnam gas leak- 2) Slow, but steady: On COVID-19 spread in India- 3) India needs to enact a COVID-19 law-


7 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Back home: On return of Indian expatriates- 2) Blame game: On Donald Trump’s anti-China rhetoric over COVID-19- 3) Resuscitating multilateralism with India’s help-


6 May 2020: The Hindu Editorial Analysis

1) Dangerous drift: on encounter with terrorists near Handwara- ​​​​​​​2) The mark of zero: On containment of COVID-19 cases in Kerala- 3) Boost wages to stimulate India’s growth-


Current affairs have an essential role in UPSC-CSE preparation. In this regard Newspapers, especially The Hindu have a central role during preparation as opinion-based questions increased in recent years. The editorial page contains an in-depth analysis of the relevant topic of general studies. It helps not only in mains answer writing but also in prelims as it consists of fact as well as analysis. It enhances the overall aspirant’s capability of thinking about different issues with a multidirectional approach. This holistic approach is also get reflected in solving case studies of ethics paper, essay writing, and interview stage.

Before we go into how and what to read in THE HINDU editorials you should do:

  • Know the UPSC CSE syllabus thoroughly.
  • Analyse the Previous Years Question Paper.
  • Identify the topics relevant to the syllabus.
  • Time of reading newspapers should not exceed two hours.

An important topic to focus on in Hindu editorial-

  • Topics related to Government functioning, constitution, amendment, election reforms, parliamentary session, economic planning etc.
  • Focus on important judgments of the High Court and Supreme Court, social issues, environmental issues, women's rights, etc.
  • Focus on international relations- India’s bilateral relation with counties and role in WTO, IMF, UNO, WORLD BANK etc.
  • Government Policies and schemes.

Notes Making-

  • Reading newspapers is not sufficient alone. Aspirants should make subject-wise notes which are further divided into topics & subtopics of the syllabus. When aspirants read newspapers about these topics, they should prepare notes in their own words
  • In this regard, Chahal Academy Provides free-of-cost Daily Hindu Editorial Analysis through its website, however, to improve your comprehension and articulation skills must read 1-2 articles through newspapers directly.

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