Current Affairs 2020

Daily News Analysis

The Daily Newspaper Analysis section for UPSC Current Affairs Preparation, an initiative by Sarkarifocus to make the newspaper reading simpler yet comprehensive. That will aid IAS aspirants’ in making easy and effective current affairs note.

Many Years ago, Newspaper having more importance than today. This is due to the emergence of television and the internet. But a UPSC aspirant knows it’s importance. Here, We are providing the Daily News Analysis for UPSC Current Affairs Preparation. This module may be useful to cover Daily The Hindu Newspaper Analysis, Subjectwise Daily Current Affairs.
The newspaper contains two parts. One is news and second is a comment on the news (Editorial). When a big issue happens the comments on that comes in the editorial. News is written by Journalist. Editorials are written by Subject Expert.
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Newspaper Analysis

The Hindu, The Times of India are the most famous newspaper in India. Both are the most reading newspaper in India. But some tv channels discuss the issues in depth as in Desh Deshantar and Big Picture. Press Trust of India is the largest news agency in India.

For Newspaper Analysis, What we do?

We provide two things

  1. The important clips of newspaper subjectwise.
  2. Daily and monthly test for self-assessment.

In this News Paper Analysis Course, We update it daily in the morning at 8:00 A.M. If today is Monday, then the analysis will be available on Tuesday at 8:00 A.M. We also categorise the daily articles according to the Subject. The main focus on the following Subjects:

  • Polity and Governance
  • Economy
  • Environment and Biodiversity
  • History and Culture
  • Science and Technology
  • Security
  • Editorial
  • Important Keywords in Trending

What to expect from you?

  1. Check the editorial on a specific issue comes, how many days? interlinks all these comments (editorial) on that issue. (It is a monthly process)
  2. Revise news daily to check what you have remembered.
  3. Give daily, weekly and monthly test

Thank You

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