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What to Read in The Hindu for UPSC Exam

04 Jun

04 June 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. New opportunities for e­ waste recyclers 2. Fresh impetus to Jal Jeevan Mission in Rajasthan with new committees 3. Conversion, unless forced, is not prohibited: HC

03 Jun

03 June 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. India sends senior diplomats to Kabul for talks with Taliban 2. India ­Pakistan ties and the mirror of 2019 3. A critical juncture

02 Jun

02 June 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. GST collections jumped 44% to almost ₹1.41 lakh crore in May 2. A case for community­ oriented health services  3. The challenge of reforming death penalty sentencing  4. Aborting the Right to Choice

01 Jun

01 June 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Centre clears ₹86,912 crore of GST dues 2. A judicial course that calls for introspection  3. Caution first 4. India’s EV ambition rides on three wheels 5. Preventive action against rape

31 May

31 May 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Needed, education data that engages the poor parent  2. Of lungs, trees and sin stocks  3. Marked Drop in Rural and SC/ST Students’ Scores

30 May

30 May 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Centre retracts caution on Aadhaar photocopies 2) L­G seeks action plan on razing garbage mounds 3) The return of the great power rivalries 

28 May

28 May 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Dhami sets up uniform civil code panel 2. ‘Allow surrogacy for single men, mothers’ 3. Sex workers’ collectives, networks welcome Supreme Court directions

27 May

27 May 2022: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Learning loss will dent India’s GDP: ADB 2. Gyanvapi and the principle of non -retrogression 3. Security in friendship


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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