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Which bills important for Prelim?Draft bills like GST amended alot, ball to ball commentary useless?

Newbie here.
When I open PRS website , I get a long list of bills . I believe not all of them are meant to be studied for the pre exam.
Which bills should I consider 'too old' ?

I have been following all those bills which keep getting mentioned in The Hindu e.g. Maternity Bill , Citizenship bill etc .
But there are several draft bills too . E.g. GST is very important but it is yet to take a final shape.

So,
1. Is there any list of relevant bills or any criterion to decide which bills should be considered imp and which not ? E.g. I personally found Real Estate bill to not be ineligible for MCQ .
2. Is The Hindu( or standard newspaper like IE ) sufficient for knowing which bills are "hot" topics ?
3. Should draft bills be ignored ?

Comments

  • Clarification - Focus on CAPF only . Hence asking this question from prelim point of view . I realise the importance of knowing main provisions of all bills from GS Main point of view.
  • Detailed provisions of different bills not much important for prelims.
  • for capf follow gktoday it will be helpful
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