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What to Read in The Hindu for UPSC Exam

31 Mar

31 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Modi moots free trade agreement for BIMSTEC. 2. Social media platforms must be held accountable: Centre to HC. 3. ISRO to step up tracking of space debris

30 Mar

30 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Indian power projects replace Chinese ventures in Sri Lanka 2) Rhino population up by 200 in Kaziranga 3) Bridging the bay in quest of a stronger BIMSTEC 4) Unreformable criminal justice

29 Mar

29 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Criminal Procedure (Identification) Bill, 2022, 2. Kozhikode to vie for UNESCO ‘City of Literature’ distinction

28 Mar

28 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. The era of an unemployed India 2. Profit over public health 3. The move to ease voting for overseas citizens 4. India’s ‘space economy’ valued at ₹36,794 crore 5. States can identify minorities: govt

26 Mar

26 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Peace in border areas key to normal ties, India tells China 2) SC allows UPSC aspirants with disabilities to apply for IPS 3) Heartening milestone 4) Forging a social contract for data 5) New Criminal Procedure Bill to be tabled

25 Mar

25 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Govt. steps in to tackle Russian trade hurdles 2. Breathtaking display by Sarang at Wings India 2022 3. The peculiar case of Ladakh’s eastern boundary 4. Sealed justice

24 Mar

24 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Exports cross $400-bn annual target as goods shipments jump 2. Tactical urbanism trials launched at two more locations in the city 3. HC upholds charges against husband for raping wife 4. Global uncertainties, India’s growth prospects

23 Mar

23 Mar 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Tamil Nadu yet to instal critical instruments at Mullaperiyar dam 2.  A blow to equitable access to essential medicines 3. Needed, an Indian Legislative Service 4. The National Land Monetisation Corporation 5. Understanding hypersonic weapons


Newspapers are one of the important sources of preparation for the civil service exam and in this regard, THE HINDU plays a crucial role. Most of the aspirants are aware of the fact and they prefer to read it, but many of them lack a proper approach to what to read, what to leave, how to read, how to make notes, etc? So the aspirant should aware of what are relevant articles from the exam point of view and how they extract information and making own notes. Here are some important instructions to aspirants to read in THE HINDU newspaper for the 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 to improve your comprehension and articulation skills.
  • Understand the developments instead of memorizing.

Initially, it takes more time, gradually you enjoy the process and in this regard chahal academy also provides various current affair initiative such as- what to read in Hindu, daily facts of the day, daily current affair etc, with following links.

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