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Pub Ad paper 2 book doubt

is Rajni Goyal and Arora for Paper 2 outdated ? If yes, what other book can we refer ?
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  • its only for static portion, topics not given there can be referred from awasthi maheshwari.
    Lastly read booklet 5 of synergy for dynamic topics . Questions will require both static and current knowledge. Use static knowledge from above mentioned sources and polity knowledge of paper 2, and throw in concepts of paper 1. End with ARC 2 conclusions,

    PS - Coming back to your question. No other book yet. Can look into shudra saxena book (i dint). PRACTICE ANSWERS A LOT
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