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How to make key-notes compendium for Mains?

edited December 2016 in Preparation FAQs
Many hard workers on this forum have advised newbies to take a copy of Mains syllabus and write :

4.Anything frequently mentioned in newspapers;

for every sub topic.

And then revise this compendium again and again so you have a little something on everything.

Some questions:

1. How to do this in GS-1?The syllabus is huge so should we leave it out?

2. What kind of data should we add: Govt reports/Global reports or indices ?

Would be grateful if someone could answer.
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