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As a subject current affairs topic is very wide and varied. It can include anything from political events to sports to history to arts and even economy. Be up-to-date with the latest and recent developments. Co-relate with the happenings of the past events.

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Although most of us thinks that it was his first attempt, he had already appeared in UPSC Civil Services Examination 2014 and could not qualify. So, technically this was his second attempt.
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