One source for Analysis for Current Affairs?

I want to stick to one source for analysis of Current Affairs throughout the year.Would the experienced members of the Forum recommend reading EPW articles(selective, related to current topics) religiously throughout the year ?My focus is that the analysis should be balanced and from a single source to enforce a rigid reading schedule.
What drawbaacks do you see in this scheme ?

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  • EPW articles are left leaning, so relying on them alone wouldn't give you a balanced view on any issue.
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  • I want to stick to one source for analysis of Current Affairs throughout the year.Would the experienced members of the Forum recommend reading EPW articles(selective, related to current topics) religiously throughout the year ?My focus is that the analysis should be balanced and from a single source to enforce a rigid reading schedule.
    What drawbaacks do you see in this scheme ?

    Thank you.

    More than that you would want to cover all toics, rather than analyze a few topics.. it is better to follow insights editorials + forumias 9 pm brief + vision .. and make own notes.. dont waste too much time on current affairs.. not more than 12 hours in a week.
  • anjus said:

    I want to stick to one source for analysis of Current Affairs throughout the year.Would the experienced members of the Forum recommend reading EPW articles(selective, related to current topics) religiously throughout the year ?My focus is that the analysis should be balanced and from a single source to enforce a rigid reading schedule.
    What drawbaacks do you see in this scheme ?

    Thank you.

    More than that you would want to cover all toics, rather than analyze a few topics.. it is better to follow insights editorials + forumias 9 pm brief + vision .. and make own notes.. dont waste too much time on current affairs.. not more than 12 hours in a week.
    Allright. Thank you.
    One step,One Punch,One Round At a Time.
    How you do anything is how you do everything.

    PSIR Optional. Aspiring Diplomat.
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