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What type of Bills / Acts / Commissions are asked in the Mains ?

Hi,

Can anybody tell me what type of bills / acts / commissions are asked in mains ?
I mean passed bills only or pending / introduced bills also ?? Commissions which have submitted reports or are just commissioned ?? only new acts or older ones also ?

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Thanks in advance.
cc : @Vibin
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  • http://www.prsindia.org/billtrack/ , a good site which mentions about bills . Making a question is purely UPSC's discretion , so prepare to receive anything from them . Keep a good track on past 6-8 months current affairs , which could help to navigate and get prepared ..

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    2017--> 8th attempt
  • Thanks @Vibin - when you say keep a good track on past 6-8 months current affairs, are you implying that we should study newspapers/magazines 6-8 months before the mains or prelims exam?
  • Before mains ..
    2017--> 8th attempt
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