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What to Read in The Hindu for UPSC Exam

12 Jan
2022

12 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

​1. Govt. to hold 35.8% stake in Vodafone Idea. 2. Solar power all set to brighten lives of farmers; 11 solar plants installed in Rajasthan under Kusum scheme. 3. HC orders notice to Centre on Dam Safety Act.

11 Jan
2022

11 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. SC to constitute panel to probe PM security breach; Halt inquiries by Punjab, Centre, says court. 2. Ghaziabad most polluted city, says NCAP report; Delhi in 2nd spot with highest PM 2.5 level. 3. The sail that Indian diplomacy, statecraft need: Striking the right balance between continental and maritime security will enable India’s long-term security interests. 4. The rise of collaboratives for social impact: The emphasis on inclusion, equity and justice, and formal collaborations could make a mark in India’s social sector. 5. Amendments that are unnecessary: Why a national database of registered births and deaths is not required.

10 Jan
2022

10 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Partial relief for Air India in Devas case. 2. Unchanged: After much loss of time, SC allows EWS quota income norm to stay for this year. 3. Growth concerns: NSO forecast has not factored in the impact of the ongoing Omicron-induced surge in cases.

08 Jan
2022

08 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1)SC permits NEET counselling under present OBC, EWS quota; Final hearing on validity of ₹8 lakh annual family income limit in March, it says 2)NSO estimates FY22 GDP growth at 9.2%COVID-19 could impact final numbers 3)FCRA nod for Missionaries of Charity restored; MHA had cited ‘adverse inputs’ for rejection

07 Jan
2022

07 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

​​1. Govt. says ₹8 lakh EWS cap derived after study; SC probes Centre on the reasoning behind income limit. 2. TTD, Ramakrishna Mission lose FCRA nod; They are among the 6,000 NGOs whose registration was not renewed by Centre. 3. Russia-led troops deployed in Kazakhstan; Dozens killed in Central Asia Republic as protests over rising prices escalate.

06 Jan
2022

06 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

​​​​​1. Govt. says ₹8 lakh EWS income cap ‘best way forward’. 2. 10.74 lakh birds flock to Chilika Lake - world's largest wintering ground. 3. Message from Mumbai: Online mobs spreading hate should not be allowed to continue their work with impunity.

05 Jan
2022

05 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. States told to share intel on common grid: Shah asks DGPs to provide adequate information through counter-terror network. 2. Inadequate response: The ₹8 lakh income criteria to identify EWS are not reasonably explained by the Government. 3. The hint of a ‘one nation one NGO’ regime: The current purge against civil society organisations seems to be indiscriminate and alarming.

04 Jan
2022

04 Jan 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. China constructing bridge on Pangong lake in Ladakh; It will bring down time to move troops and equipment. 2. Devas shareholders seize over $30 mn of AAI assets; Move follows order by a Canadian court. 3. Institute of Mathematical Sciences is 60: From a small beginning, it has grown to 52 faculty members, 125 PhD students.

HOW TO READ THE HINDU NEWSPAPER

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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