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What to Read in Indian Express for UPSC Exam

19 Dec
2023

19 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Telecom bill paves way for allocation of satellite spectrum 2. India should not be defensive about its domestic politics.

18 Dec
2023

18 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. ‘write-off era over, asset quality review served bank well’ 2. ICMR data leak: Four held, claim to have stolen FBI, Pak’s CNIC info too

16 Dec
2023

16 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Hungary vetoes $55 bn aid as Ukraine’s EU entry bid begins 2. Fighting rages in north Myanmar despite China’s truce attempt

15 Dec
2023

15 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. House approves Biden impeachment inquiry 2. After troop removal demand, Maldives says ending pact with India on water survey

14 Dec
2023

14 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. For first time, nations strike deal to move away from fossil fuels 2. India shifts stand, backs UNGA resolution on ‘Immediate ceasefire’

13 Dec
2023

13 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Pak court acquits Sharif in Al-Azizia corruption case 2. Pact elusive amid deep divisions over fossil fuel phase-out

12 Dec
2023

12 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Centre’s J&K act gets SC stamp 2. Between the lines: A tilt in federal balance towards Centre

11 Dec
2023

11 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Bangladesh Opp protests, boycotts polls amid violence 2. China continues water cannon assault on our vessels: Philippines

HOW TO READ INDIAN EXPRESS

INDIAN EXPRESS is one of the major source for current affairs preparation in UPSC CSE. It helps to inculcate a multidimensional approach in mains answer writing and facts also help in prelims.However, like any other sources, reading it end to end is not necessary.

Important topics to focus on:

  • Topics related to national/international heritage, new GI tags, current geographical phenomenon, issues related to women and society, health, education, social security etc.
  • Topics related to Governance, Constitution, Constitutional amendment, High court and Supreme Court verdicts, government Policies and schemes, Diplomatic relations, International relations, Multilateral Forums etc.
  • World and Indian Economy, Employment, Poverty, Budget, National and International Security, Natural Disasters, Environment and Climate Change.
  • Selected articles in Explained section.
  • Case studies related to topics in the UPSC-CSE syllabus.

Avoid:

  • News on Sports, Death, Awards, Politics, Crime, Cinema, share market details etc.
  • Note making of each topic.

But, it is difficult for beginners to identify all the relevant topics for UPSC CSE. So you can click on the links below to know what to read from Indian Express daily-

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