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As we all know that we got independence on 15th August 1947, but it was a long struggle which later shaped our foreign policy as well.
Whether you are going to appear in UPSC 2019 or just starting practice for UPSC Mains answer writing and aiming for UPSC 2020 or 2021, this blog will be very beneficial in honing your writing skills and secure good marks.
As Founding fathers of our constitution describe our country as- “India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of States”. It reflects the indestructible nature of its unity.
If you are an UPSC Aspirant, you must have heard of Pradeep Singh, the person who ranked AIR-93 in his very first attempt. He was only 22 years old when he passed the CSE 2018.
If you are a UPSC aspirant, you must have heard of M. Laxmikanth. Yeah, this is the book which is suggested by almost all the toppers of this exam. But what makes this book most appealing for this exam?
Many UPSC aspirants read The Hindu or Indian Express regularly in order to update themselves about the recent happenings all across the world.
Every UPSC aspirant must have thought like whether they should join test series or not. And if join, then which institute offers the best test series. So here I am going to tell you the benefit of joining a test series.
We all have seen and heard about the popularity of Anthropology among UPSC aspirants. It is popular because of its limited syllabus and high scoring probability.