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What are you reading for Dynamic topics from Mains PoV?

A discussion is solicited how are you reading and making notes of Hindu/Newspaper or Magazines? I have framed few questions which have come to my mind to start the discussion.

1. The Hindu: An issue is usually spread over weeks and months and adding new points is a taxing exercise. The market notes of Insights or Vision if read at once give an impression that things have to mugged up.

2. Yojana/Kurukshetra: Is there is anybody who is reading these two magazines? How are condensing/making notes of these magazines? In how much pages do you target to condense one magazine?

3. Regarding previous year attempts: For those who have successfully given prelims and mains last year, how have you found your effort of relying on Market notes? Have you made any practical analysis of it?

4. Are you reading any other paper other than Hindu? How much time are you giving to it on a daily basis?

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