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What to Read in Indian Express for UPSC Exam

07 Feb

07 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  Taken by surprise: Sunak on Rwanda asylum bet, 2.  Uttarakhand civil code: how needle has moved

06 Feb

06 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  The big all India exam leak, 2.  Kejriwal announces free bus tickets for transgender person

05 Feb

05 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  As battle rages in Myanmar, border guards seek shelter in Bangladesh, 2.  Searches, summons: Ed’s Pandora probe touches Indian owners of offshore firms

03 Feb

03 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  Gazans fear assault on last refuge as Israel shifts focus of offensive to Rafah, 2.  Multidimensional poverty: meaning, numbers

02 Feb

02 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  Interim budget: no poll vault, measured step looking ahead, 2.  Paytm to move nodal accounts to other banks

01 Feb

01 Feb 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  EU to launch Red Sea naval mission, 2.  Imran, wife get 14 yrs in jail for graft, day after 10-yr sentence

31 Jan

31 Jan 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  Chhattisgarh: 3 CRPF men killed, at least 14 injured in Naxal attack,, 2.  Orders to review curbs on internet in J&K not meant for cupboard: SC

30 Jan

30 Jan 2024 : The Indian Express

1.  Finance Ministry: GDP to grow at 7%-plus, touch $5 tn in 3 years 2.  Govt brings non-urea fertilisers under price control, fixes profit margins


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.


  • 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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