How to start reading for UPSC?
Tip #1: Prepare Yourself. Tip #2: Make a Time Table. Tip #3: Know the UPSC Syllabus. Tip #4: Newspaper Reading/Current Affairs for IAS. Tip #5: Choosing Optional. Tip #6: NCERTs. Tip #7: Making Notes. Tip #8: Answer Writing Practice.
Which newspaper is best for UPSC by toppers?
The Hindu. The Indian Express. Business Standard.
What to read in Indian Express for UPSC?
Most important news of the previous day are usually given in the front page. It is continued in the second page too. Front page also contains some state specific news, read the articles which are relevant. You can ignore political statements, allegations made by political leaders etc.
How to ask for someone’s vote?
Yes. The Secretary of State has established a toll-free Voter Hotline for requests for voter registration forms and other election materials and to report suspicions of voting or registration irregularities. The number is (800) 345-VOTE (8683). For assistance in other languages, please refer to Contact Information.