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What to Read in The Hindu for UPSC Exam

17 Sep

17 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Govt. sets up ‘bad bank’ to clear the NPA mess| Cabinet approves ₹30,600 crore guarantee programme. 2. ‘15 projects in pipeline to decongest Delhi roads’| Western and Eastern Peripheral Expressways have diverted one lakh vehicles from the city, says Gadkari. 3. Waste-to-energy plant is not an acceptable disposal method’| It converts the waste into invisible particulate and gaseous pollutants leading to heightened inhalation hazards, says activist. 4. Delaying the inevitable| The Centre’s relief to telcos can only be the first step in efforts to boost the stressed sector. 5. Three is company| The Indo-Pacific would be better served by broader strategic cooperation initiatives. 6. E-Shram needs some hard work to get going| The nuances of the unorganised workers’ identity are complex which portal registration may not be able to capture. 7. Building a resilient economy| Resilience at the national level can only be delivered through public investment. 8. China questions India’s missile project| Foreign Ministry spokesperson refers to UNSCR 1172, adopted in 1998. 9. AUKUS seeks to reshape Indo-Pacific ties| Under the new security partnership, the U.S. and the U.K. will equip Australia with nuclear submarines. 10. Tariff increase crucial for telcos’ survival: analysts| Crisis deferred to FY26-27: JM Financial.

16 Sep

16 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Lifeline for telcos as govt.; offers four-year moratorium on duesReforms include redefinition of AGR concept; 100% FDI under automatic route. 2. SC gives Centre two weeks to fill all tribunal vacancies| Centre ‘cherry-picking’ names: Bench. 3. City govt. moves SC on ‘powers’ of L-G. It seeks quashing of four amended sections of GNCTD Act. 4. 28% jump in filing of cases in 2020: NCRB| Trend mainly due to violation of COVID-19 norms. 5. Maharashtra to issue ordinance for OBC quota in local body by polls| Will ensure 27% reservation for OBCs without violating 50% limit.

15 Sep

15 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. No firm commitment from India on ‘net zero’: Kerry. 2. Fuel prices quicken WPI inflation to 11.39% in August. 3. Positive climate| Engagement with the U.S. should help India expand mitigation, adaptation action. 4. Behind the great Indian Internet shutdown| The tag of the world’s Internet shutdown capital stems from a lack of compliance with Supreme Court guidelines. 5. Should children be given COVID-19 jabs?| The debate on opening up schools should be delinked from the discussions on vaccinating children. 6. Partners in the Indo-Pacific| The ‘2+2’ dialogue between India and Australia will provide substance to an already meaningful partnership. 7. Powering ahead in the future| We can ensure that manufacturers overcome their reluctance to enter the electric vehicles market. 8. Covaxin may get | WHO approval soon It will help do away with the need for an RT-PCR test or re-vaccination by an authorised jab. 9. ‘Banks’ gross NPAs will exceed ₹10 lakh crore in March 2022’| Slippages in retail, MSME to cause spike: Assocham, Crisil. 10. Council may consider bringing petrol, diesel under GST purview| If Sept. 17 meeting endorses the move, Centre and States will see revenue impact.

14 Sep

14 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Tami Nadu: Assembly passes Bill against NEET. 2. India, U.S. to tie up on green energy| U.S. climate envoy in Delhi, will help with funds & tech. 6. COVID-19, kidney injury and need for a vaccine shot| A Mayo Clinic study into the body’s immune response to the virus supports the need for widespread vaccination. 5. Talking amid conflict| China and the U.S. must engage each other without expecting quick results on all issues. 3. Inflation dips marginally to 5.3% in Aug. 4. Centre should direct States to use bio-decomposer: CM| Audit shows technique effective in stubble management, farmers happy with solution, says Kejriwal. 7. In Manipur, a case for asymmetric federalism| Institutionally accommodating tribal distinctiveness as an enduring good will promote the State’s integrity. 8. Archakas of all hues| Caste orthodoxy and patriarchy entrenched within the realm of the HR&CE Act can be eliminated together. 9. Estimated cost of 3 Central Secretariat buildings lowered| Technical reasons led to cut; last date of submission of bids extended. 10. ‘Don’t let judicial delays fail IBC’| Clear pending resolution plans at once: SC to NCLT, NCLAT. 11. Taliban breaking promises: UN official‘Afghanistan is in a perilous phase; there are credible allegations of reprisal killings, says Michelle Bachelet.

13 Sep

13 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. A global war on terror with no tangible results. 2. What the Q1 GDP numbers say: With improved revenues, government must increase expenditures to push consumption and investment. 3. A selective nuclear policy: The protracted stand-off over North Korea reinforces the hollowness of the doctrine of deterrence. 4. LCA-Mk2 to roll out next year, first flight in 2023, says scientist‘| Detailed design has been completed and metal cutting is to start shortly’. 5. NATGRID to finally see the light of day

11 Sep

11 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

Today The Hindu hasn't been released due to Ganesh Chaturthi on 10th Sept 2021.

10 Sep

10 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Centre kicks off major public outreach in J&K70 Union Ministers to tour 20 districts in coming 9 weeks 2) IITs top Centre’s rankings for 2021I| IT-M once again ranked no. 1; JNU, BHU in top 10 3) ‘Thamirabarani civilisation 3,200 years old’Tamil Nadu CM Stalin cites carbon dating analysis by Miami-based lab 4) Catching upThe success of the PLI is likely to hinge on how entrepreneurs weigh the risk-reward equation 5) The fall of Afghanistan, the fallout in West Asia| While Pakistan takes a lead role, it is West Asia’s influence that will shape the future of the beleaguered country

09 Sep

09 Sep 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) The government on Wednesday increased the minimum support price (MSP) for wheat for the upcoming rabi season to ₹2,015 per quintal, a 2% hike from the ₹1,975 per quintal rate of last year. 2) Jharkhand House clears Bill for 75% quota for locals 3) People have fundamental right to drinking water: Bombay HC| Court criticises service provider for failing residents of village in Thane district 4) Green hydrogen, a new ally for a zero carbon future| It holds promise as an alternative, truly clean fuel and in aiding the world’s decarbonisation goals 5) The lag between jabs| Kerala HC order on allowing earlier second dose flags need to review 84-day gap


Newspapers are one of the important source of preparation for the civil service exam and in this regard, THE HINDU is one of the important source for aspirants. Most of the aspirants are aware of this fact and they also read this newspaper. But many aspirants do not know what to read, how to read, how to make notes and what to leave? So the aspirant should aware of what is relevant articles from the exam point of view and how they extract information and making own notes. Important instruction to read in THE HINDU newspaper for UPSC-CSE exam-

  • First, read the syllabus thoroughly and choose articles, which are relevant to the syllabus.
  • Don’t focus on political news, remarks, local politics, etc.
  • Less emphasis on sports, entertainment, death, awards etc related news.
  • Focus on socioeconomic issues such as women, vulnerable section, poverty, employment, health, education, social security, etc related policies and acts.
  • Focus on constitution, constitutional amendment, Supreme Court and high court verdict.
  • Focus on international relations, reform in the multilateral organisation and all other news having national and international importance.
  • Focus on syllabus related editorials.

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