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Where can i find weekly current affairs material which is both exhaustive and reliable?

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  • Where can i find weekly current affairs material which is both exhaustive and reliable?

    Hello
    you can check the https://scoop.eduncle.com/category/whats-new/gk-eduwrap
    It is provided weekly current affairs.
  • Where can i find weekly current affairs material which is both exhaustive and reliable?

    What's your obsession with weekly, if you can easily access Monthly Current Affairs Magazine from various coaching (VisionIAS one is said to be best)?!
    ऐ राजा राजा राजा,
    करेजा में समाजा
  • Hello
    Our Nation conducts the Presidential & Vice-Presidential Elections during the interval of 5 years across the country. Now Mr. Ram Nath Kovind is President of India. and M Venkaiah Naidu is vice president of india. Check the complete details of M Venkaiah Naidu through https://scoop.eduncle.com/venkaiah-naidu-vice-president-of-india
  • Where can i find weekly current affairs material which is both exhaustive and reliable?

    What's your obsession with weekly, if you can easily access Monthly Current Affairs Magazine from various coaching (VisionIAS one is said to be best)?!
    Bro Monthly becomes too hectic for me., for me its weekly CA that i can get more. Thanks anyway. I'll try once more with Monthly.
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