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What it Contains :-

It Contains almost 81 articles, here is the list , highlighted once have in-depth analysis/detail (exclusive to upsctree)

1. Nai Talim and Gandhiji
2. National Capital Goods Policy (Draft)
4. IMF and Reserve Currency
5. Madras High Court and Dress code at temples
6. Criminal Defamation
7. GIAN Scheme
8. Accessible India Campaign
9. Chennai Floods -What has gone wrong
10. Toda tribe of Nilgiris
11. International bird fete
12. Change of Guard – CJI
13. Birdman of India
14. Disaster Management in India- A Complete Coverage
15. PAHAL Scheme
16. Dr B.R. Ambedkar
17. Child friendly TB drug
18. AYUSH Mission
19. Kayakalp
20. National Mission on Electric Mobility- Analysis
21. Gender Equality/Socio-economic development/Empowerment of Women
22. Solar Pump
23. Ministry of Social Justice – Components
24. National Tourism Policy and Tourist Circuits
25. Children Adoption Guideline
26. Agricultural Census Highlights
27. National Water Way Bill
28. Education as an Eligibility to Contest Election – Analysis
29. Social Security Scheme for Farmers
30. Anti Dengue Vaccine
31. Indo-Pak Relations and the Kashmir Angle- Analysis
32. Coal Related news, Coking Coal, Mining- Open cast/Underground – Problems
33. Operation Smile
34. Gender gap in Labour force
35. Special Category States
36. National Young Leaders Programme
37. TAPI and IPI Pipeline
38. WTO and India- What is the confrontation is all about
39. Indo-Japan Relationship
40. Call Money Racket
41. Education as Eligibility to Contest Election
42. OROP Commission
43. Human Development Index Report and India
44. Civil Service Examination Commission

45. Promotion of Use of Construction and Demolition Waste
46. Ground Water of India- Report
47. ISRO and Antrix
48. World bank and Swachh Bharat
49. Price rise and Hoarding
50. Panchi
51. National De-worming Program
54. Minority Affairs Schemes
55. Supreme Court, Religion and Fundamental Rights- Analysis on SC ruling on Agamas
56. Agamas
57. Arbitration and Reconciliation Amendment Bill
58. Great Indian Bustard, Nuclear Plants in India, Afghanistan as WTO Member etc
59. Buddhist monastry and Vajrayana Buddhism
60. Lingyatism, Vachana Sahitya and Karnataka
61. All India Survey of Higher Education
62. Insurance for Unorganized sector
63. T K Vishwanathan Committee Report on Bankruptcy
64. Juvenile Justice Bill – In-depth Analysis
65. Global Foot Print and Earth Overshoot Day
66. Police Reform – A comprehensive Coverage
67. Body Burden: State of India’s Health (2015)
68. Payment banks
69. Emission Norms for Thermal Power Plant
71. Crop Insurance Mobile App
72. Agrimarket Mobile App
73. ACT EAST Policy
74. Situation Room on Social Network
75. National Career Service Portal
76. Good Governance
77. Kilkari
78. Mobile Academy
79. Afghanistan Parliament
80. Textile Industry vs Environment
81. Olive Ridley



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