Monthly Archives: September 2015

100 Days: How to Plan Ahead and Crack Mains 2015 100 Days: How to Plan Ahead and Crack Mains 2015

The Mains Examination 2015 is scheduled on 18th December. That would be about 100 odd days from now. Today. This moment itself. Folks, the time for celebrating How-Awesome-My-Prelims-Went and I am scoring 120+ by CL-Key is over. Or the mourning period over scoring only 77 in Gen category should also end. Get up and noRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 7 September 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 7 September 2015

Newspaper analysis from The Hindu bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation Front Page/National Early retirees eligible for OROP, says Modi: When announced initially OROP benefit was not extended to veterans who have taken premature retirement; ex- servicemen continued their strike; this led to defence minister to invite ex-servicemen representative for discussion. The government finally clarifiedRead Full Article

Interview with IAS-2014 RANK 86: Tushar Singla Interview with IAS-2014 RANK 86: Tushar Singla

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Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 6 September 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 6 September 2015

Newspaper analysis from The Hindu bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation Front Page/National OROP rolled out, but veterans want more: The govt has announced the implementation of the long delayed One Rank One Pension (OROP) for ex-servicemen. However, protesting veterans rejecting the announcement as they believe it dilutes several core issues from the accepted definition. And, theirRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 5 September 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 5 September 2015

Newspaper analysis from The Hindu bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation Front Page/National RBI crisis fund short of target: As per the RBI’s Annual Report for 2014-15, contingency funds kept for use in case of unforeseen shocks (like an important bank declaring bankruptcy) have fallen to 8.4 per cent of total assets. They should ideally be 12% ofRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 4 September 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 4 September 2015

Newspaper analysis from The Hindu bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation Front Page/National G-20 Discussions set to focus on impact of yuan devaluation : The two-day meeting of G 20 finance ministers and central bank chiefs at Ankara, Turkey will take stock of the global economic situation and the yuan devaluation is expected to dominateRead Full Article

AIR 58: Bhavesh Mishra : Mathematics Strategy AIR 58: Bhavesh Mishra : Mathematics Strategy

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Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 3 September 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 3 September 2015

Newspaper analysis from The Hindu bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation Front Page/National 69 small oilfields on the block : New policy to unlock hydrocarbon reserves worth Rs. 70,000 crore. approved by the Government; to auction off 69 small and marginal oilfields. A “paradigm changing” model of sharing revenue instead of profits. Government has decidedRead Full Article

The inspiring story of Suharsha Bhagat – 5th Attempt and 5th Rank The inspiring story of Suharsha Bhagat – 5th Attempt and 5th Rank

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Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 2 September 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day – 2 September 2015

Newspaper analysis from The Hindu bearing relevance to Civil Services preparation Front Page/National 8 killed as Bills trigger fury in Manipur MAT to be waived off for FIIs Opinion/Editorial Europe’s Refugee Crisis | Philosophy Optional People, expect a question on this A new edifice for reservations No More relevant articles