2016

UPSC CUrrent Affairs 2016: Comprehensive News AnalysisUPSC 2016: Current Affairs Preparation for IAS Exam: Comprehensive News Analysis

Current Affairs plays an indispensable and enormous part in UPSC IAS examination. Hence, to simplify the everyday current issues and make it conceptual clarity, BYJU’s has taken a step and brings to all the IAS aspirants a streamlined and comprehensive format of UPSC current affairs through Comprehensive News Analysis that will make IAS aspirants life easy who struggle in current affairs during the preparation of IAS Exam.

The Comprehensive News Analysis is updated every day and comprises multiple choice questions (MCQ) at the end, which IAS aspirants can practice every day and try to answer MCQs in short-time which will help them to implement the same in the actual UPSC exam. The IAS Current Affairs are prepared referring various major newspapers like The Hindu, Indian Express, PIB, Business Standard, and other standard resources.

Here, you will find the entire year comprehensive news analysis for UPSC 2016-17 Current Affairs that will aid you in the preparation of IAS Exam.


UPSC 2016-17 Current Affairs Comprehensive News Analysis Archive

Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. Foreigners can enter India through five ports on e-visa 2. Parrikar holds detailed...
Table of Contents:A. GS1 Related:B. GS2 Related:1. Afghanistan, India hope to corner Pakistan2. Ash Carter may help move defence pacts3....
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. Son can’t claim a right to live in parents’ house: HC 2. Parrikar visiting Dhaka to boost...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. NGT tells Centre to frame an incentive policy 2. Harassment and worse in the air 3. Trump...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. End lip service to constitution, live by it 2. HIV community rejects AIDS bill in current...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. PM for qualitative change in police force 2. Castro, Cuban revolutionary who defied U.S.,...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. A change called NeHA C. GS3 Related: 1. E-wallet firms’ customer base surges 2. Government...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: C. GS3 Related: 1. Currency reform: a risky natural experiment 2. Close out the war on...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. ‘IS used chemical arms 52 times in Syria, Iraq’ C. GS3 Related: 1. Rs. 35,000 cr. to ease...
Table of Contents: A. GS1 Related: B. GS2 Related: 1. Pak. risks isolation in South Asia: Jaishankar 2. India treating soldiers from Mosul 3....

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