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LIST OF NEWSPAPERS TO READ FOR UPSC IAS CSE-THE HINDU IS NOT ENOUGH


LIST OF NEWSPAPERS TO READ FOR UPSC IAS CSE-THE HINDU IS NOT ENOUGH

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In this post we will give you list of some news papers which you should read for the preparation of UPSC civil services exam(CSE).

List of newspaper for IAS ?Why we mentioned here list of newspapers for IAS ? Keep reading you will get your answer .

If you are our regular reader then you must have read our previous tips for IAS but if you are our new reader then we suggest you to read our earlier post which will give you some Tips to crack IAS ,Why we should read NCERT books for UPSC IAS exam,how to read ncert books for civil services exam.

We have already posted the list of economic website to read for IAS you must go through this to know the list.
If you ask anyone who understand upsc civil services exam which is the best newspaper for IAS/IPS CSE or which newspaper you should read for UPSC civil services exam you will get only one answer "THE HINDU ".Why IAS Aspirants must read The HINDU ? 
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You should read the Hindu for IAS because The Hindu only eye on important news .Unlike other newspapers they don't publish unwanted news like daily soaps news
what punishment Big Boss will give to Ali, who were the new wild card enteries,why this actor leaves the show, why Kapil  Sharma did this or that :) ...etc

Is this going to come in civil services exam ? Absolutely not this kind of news only distract you from your real purpose.
Thanks to the Hindu for not publishing such news. Skip these type of news for others don't waste your time on this it is not for Future IAS .Instead of  BigBoss judgement you should read what judgement supreme court gave on different cases,
Instead of New wild card enteries you should read who visits to India and for what purpose.Instead of focusing on TV serial actors look for global leaders ,Instead of wasting your time on why kapil sharma did this or that focus on opinions in newpaper etc

The Hindu don't publish too much ads like others.

That's the reason why everyone suggest you to read The Hindu Newspaper for civil services exam.

Wait ! Wait ! Wait !
It doesn't mean you only read The hindu newspaper and underestimate other newspaper for UPSC CSE .You must read other newspapers  for IAS but  only selected area like International news, news on arts and culture ,heritage of India ,Opinions and article because it's not possible for one newspaper to cover all important topics.

"Everyone may not be good, but there's always something good in everyone "

Buy One Newspaper and read all news paper

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List of Best newspapers to read for upsc IAS civil services exam.
Below I listed some important newspapers which you must read to get good marks in General studies(GS-1,GS-2,GS-3,GS-4) in prelims and mains in civil services exam.
These newspapers are in English therefore it is helpful for the english mediums candidates .
We will give the list of newspaper in Hindi for IAS in our next post .

Read the given areas from the mentioned newspaper list
  • World
  • Editorial-Opinion/Article
  • Arts and culture related news
  • Science and technology
  • Economy

In our(civilservicesias.com) list The Hindu is on the top .



  • The Hindu, started in 1878 as a weekly, became a daily in 1889 and from then on has been steadily.
  • The Hindu's independent editorial stand and its reliable and balanced presentation of the news have over the years,won for it the serious attention and regard of the people who matter in India and abroad.


  • The Times of India (TOI) is an Indian English-language daily newspaper.
  • It is the largest newspaper in India by circulation and largest selling English-language daily in the world according to Audit Bureau of Circulations (India)



  • Deccan Chronicle Holdings Limited (DCHL) publishes the largest circulated English newspaper in South India-- the Deccan Chronicle, bringing you every day the most comprehensive bouquet of news and analysis.
  • Its fearless and unbiased journalism over the last 75 years has won the Deccan Chronicle a mature and dedicated  readership from all over the world.
BBC

  • The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a UK-based international public-service broadcaster headquartered at Broadcasting House in London.
  • It is the world's oldest national broadcasting organisation[2] and the largest broadcaster in the world by number of employees, with around 23,000 staff in total, and 16,672 in public sector broadcasting


  • DD NEWS is the only terrestrial cum satellite News Channel of the country.DD News is currently producing news content in Hindi, English, Urdu and Sanskrit languages.
  •  Over 17 hours of LIVE transmission include telecast of more than 30 news bulletins in these languages.

  • Launched on July 30, 2005, in Mumbai, dna is an English broadsheet daily owned by Diligent Media Corporation, an Essel Group company.
  • Through news, views, analyses and interactivity, dna provides readers with a composite unbiased picture of the city, the country and the world around them. Today, dna is the second most read English broadsheet daily in the city of Mumbai and is the preferred choice of 15.06 lakh readers in Mumbai alone (based on total readership for Q4 2012 from Indian Readership Survey).

  • The Indian Express is an English-language Indian daily newspaper. It is published in Mumbai by Indian Express Group.

  • HT Media found its beginning in 1924 when its flagship newspaper, Hindustan Times was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi. HT Media (BSE, NSE) has today grown to become one of India's largest media companies.

  • The Press Information Bureau, commonly abbreviated as PIB, is a nodal agency of the Government of India. 
  • Based in National Media Centre, New Delhi,[Press Information Bureau disseminates information to the print, electronic and new media on government plans, policies, programme initiatives and achievements.
  •  The PIB is also the Government's nodal agency to facilitate private media.



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