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What to Read in The Hindu for UPSC Exam

04 Dec

04 Dec 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Govt. to wait for expert view on booster dose, jabs for children 2. Govt. seeks ₹62,000 cr. to clear Air India’s debt; Fund will go into company holding carrier’s liabilities 3. Implement panel’s anti-pollution steps: SC to Centre, Delhi Govt. 4. ‘Eastern Fleet to have Carrier Battle Group’; Once trials are over, INS Vikrant will be based in Visakhapatnam, says Vice Admiral Dasgupta 5. Longest migration route of lesser florican from Rajasthan tracked

03 Dec

03 Dec 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1) Doctor, South African national India’s first cases of Omicron 2) A white touch to a refreshed green revolution; The Amul model, of a socio-economic enterprise, has immense potential to aid India’s crop-growing farmers 3) Births and rights: Laws on reproductive rights must recognise differences in orientation, relationship choices

02 Dec

02 Dec 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. GST collections surge in November 2. Butterfly species record increase; 156 species recorded in Peechi-Vazhany wildlife division in a four-day exercise 3. AIADMK MPs stall debate on Dam Safety Bill in Rajya Sabha; They say it will affect T.N.’s ownership rights over dams, including Mullaperiyar 4. Point of disorder: Disruption of proceedings, suspension of MPs undermine parliamentary democracy equally 5. Road to recovery: Policy makers must boost demand-supportive measures to ensure recovery sustains

01 Dec

01 Dec 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. GDP grew 8.4% in Q2, but recovery appears patchy 2. Farm fires added 14.6% to city’s PM2.5 in Nov. 3. Small grant but a big opportunity for local bodies; The earmarked health allocation recommended by the 15th Finance Commission can fulfil a mandate on primary care 4. Afghanistan, the rise of a narco-terrorist state 5. India’s informal economy has not shrunk; An SBI Research study’s claim that there is greater formalisation of the economy is unfounded

30 Nov

30 Nov 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Parliament clears Farm Laws Repeal Bill without a debate 2. Omicron poses very high global risk: WHO 3. Crypto trade not tracked, says Govt. 4. Regulation, not ban: India should regulate trading of virtual currencies through monitored exchanges 5. The three farm laws were never a solution. True agricultural reform rests with local governments, and States need to go back to the basics and expert suggestions.

29 Nov

29 Nov 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Omicron risk: Centre tightens rules for flyers from abroad 2. In-flight WiFi hits a dead zone in India 3. Scale up supplies: Vaccines must 4. What the Omicron variant means for India; It could pose a threat to progress made in the COVID-19 fight, but additional information is needed 5. be made widely available across the world if the pandemic is to end Questionable criterion: The SC is right in asking for basis on which Centre fixed income limit for EWS quota

27 Nov

27 Nov 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1. Omicron new variant of concern 2. Shore up the lifeline; Fresh funds must close the gap between demand and supply for MGNREGS work 3. A close reading of the NFHS-5, the health of India 4. The rate reset: Slashing multiple GST slabs is essential, as is resisting frequent tinkering with rates 5. Indian agriculture needs a Verghese Kurien; Amul’s success does not seem to have become a catalyst for similar movements across other agricultural commodities

26 Nov

26 Nov 2021: What to Read in The Hindu Newspaper

1)Govt. to revisit income criterion for EWS quota 2)‘Bring in three-rate GST structure’; NIPFP study says Government can rationalise the rates without losing revenues 3)₹10,000 cr. more allotted for MGNREGS 4)Measuring progressThe lessons of NFHS-5 must be used to improve social development indices


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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