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What to Read in Indian Express for UPSC Exam

01 Dec
2023

01 Dec 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Manufacturing pushes GDP growth rate to 7.6% in Q2. 2. Not giving up on coal anytime soon: India.

30 Nov
2023

30 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. US accuses Indian official of plotting to kill Pannun.

29 Nov
2023

29 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. The dig: 400 hrs, dozen agencies, Govts on ground, in the backroom.

28 Nov
2023

28 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. China foreign minister to lead UNSC meeting on Gaza humanitarian crisis 2. In Mexico, ecologists going all out to save iconic ‘water monster’

27 Nov
2023

27 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. China, Japan and S Korea agree to boost trilateral ties, ease tensions. 2. Talks on peace deal with valley insurgent group soon, say Biren.

25 Nov
2023

25 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. In 3 yrs of 26/11, Mumbai Police bought 46 boats to track city’s coast- only 8 works today

24 Nov
2023

24 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Spike in illness and pneumonia cases in China, WHO seeks more information. 2. Governor can’t keep Bill pending indefinitely: SC underlines law

23 Nov
2023

23 Nov 2023 : The Indian Express

1. Pak applies for BRICS, seeks Russia’s support

HOW TO READ INDIAN EXPRESS

INDIAN EXPRESS is one of the major source for current affairs preparation in UPSC CSE. It helps to inculcate a multidimensional approach in mains answer writing and facts also help in prelims.However, like any other sources, reading it end to end is not necessary.

Important topics to focus on:

  • Topics related to national/international heritage, new GI tags, current geographical phenomenon, issues related to women and society, health, education, social security etc.
  • Topics related to Governance, Constitution, Constitutional amendment, High court and Supreme Court verdicts, government Policies and schemes, Diplomatic relations, International relations, Multilateral Forums etc.
  • World and Indian Economy, Employment, Poverty, Budget, National and International Security, Natural Disasters, Environment and Climate Change.
  • Selected articles in Explained section.
  • Case studies related to topics in the UPSC-CSE syllabus.

Avoid:

  • News on Sports, Death, Awards, Politics, Crime, Cinema, share market details etc.
  • Note making of each topic.

But, it is difficult for beginners to identify all the relevant topics for UPSC CSE. So you can click on the links below to know what to read from Indian Express daily-

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