Current Affairs For IAS (PRE) 2012

    Current Affairs For IAS (PRE) 2012  (English, Paperback, S. A. Majid)

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    Highlights
    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: UPSC Portal
    • ISBN: 9789381362532, 938136253X
    • Edition: 2012
    • Pages: 584
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    Table of Contents
    I National
      • Constitutional Watch
      • Government?s Plan, Programme, Policies & New Initiatives
      • Political News
    II International
    III India & The World
      • India & North America
      • India & Central America
      • India & South America
      • India & Africa
      • India & Europe
      • India & Central Asia
      • India & West Asia
      • India & Its Neighbouring Countries
      • India & North East Asia
      • India & South East Asia
      • India & Australia
      • India & Oceanic Countries
      • India & International Organisation
      • Person of Indian Origin
    IV (i) Science & Technology (Concept)
      • The Large Hadron Collider (LHC)
      • The Higgs Boson 124
      • The Aakash 124
      • Neutrinos 127
      • Futuregen (2003)
      • Bioethics
      • Hydrologic Cycle or H2O Cycle
      • The Carbon Cycle
      • Vaccination and Immunization
      • Nano Technology Development in India
    (ii) Science & Technology (Current)
      • Defence, Space & Nuclear Technology
      • Science & Technology & Miscellaneous
    V Health
    VI Economy
    VII (i) Energy (Concept)
      • Solar Power in India
      • Future Applications
      • Wind Energy Programme in India
      • The Energy Conservation Building Code
      • Nuclear Power in India
      • Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
      • Administrative Approval of Renewable Energy Programmes
      • Oil India?s Expansion Policy
      • E-auction in Coal
    VII (ii) Energy (Current)
    VIII (i) Environment
      • Nagoya Protocol
      • Project Tiger (1973)
      • The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
      • Top 10 Famous Bird Sanctuaries of India
      • Wildlife Sanctuaries in India
      • Bio sequestration
      • Commission on Sustainable Development (1992)
      • National Biodiversity Authority, Chennai
      • The Biological Diversity Act 2002 and Rules 2004
      • The International Year of Biodiversity (IYB)
      • Types of Biodiversity
      • Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS)
      • Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate
    (ii) International Initiatives On Environment
      • The International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP)
      • Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)
      • The Man and The Biosphere Programme (MAB)
      • United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (1972)
      • Bruntland Commission (1983)
      • The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (1992)
      • Kyoto Protocol (1997)
      • 1997 : RIO +5 Conference, New York
      • Johannesburg Summit 2002
      • Bali Action
      • Durban Conference
      • 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference
      • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
    (iii) Environment National Initiatives & Pollution Control Measures
      • Green Development Initiative (GDI)
      • National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC)
      • Indian Network on Climate Change Assessment
      • The National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR)
      • Capacity Building for Industrial Pollution Management (CBIPM)
      • Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
      • Environmental Appraisal Authority Coming
      • Environment Ministry Revises Wildlife Habitat Guidelines
    (iv) Environment Current
    IX Gist Of Economic Survey 2011-2012
      • Fiscal Development sand Public Finance
      • Prices and Monetary Management
      • Financial Intermediation and Markets
      • Balance of Payments
      • International Trade
      • Agriculture and Food
      • Industry
      • Services Sector
      • Energy, Infrastructure and Communications
    a Power
    b Petroleum
    c Coal
    d Railways
    e Roads
    f Civil Aviation
    g Telecommunications
    h Ports
    I Urban Infrastructure
    j Financing Infrastructure Debt financing
    X Gist Of Editorials And Articles
      • Supporting the Rupee
      • Corruption
      • India is stands on North Korea
      • 12th Indo-Russian Summit (Moscow)
      • North Korea
      • National Defense Authorization Bill
      • Lokpal
      • RBI
      • Aadhaar
      • Quality Education
      • Mullai Periyar Dam
      • Rupee?s Tumble
      • Myanmar
      • Civil War-Congo
      • Russia?s Election
      • Durban-Climate Change
      • FDI in Retail
      • Europe fiscal compact
      • Afghan Issue
      • Libya
      • NRHM
      • Over Fishing
      • Computer Security
      • Pakistan Army
      • Egypt
      • US-Myanmar
      • Intelligence Technology
      • Nuclear Liability Bill
      • HIV/AIDS
      • Protecting the Himalayas
      • Mars Mission
      • Turkey-Kurdish
      • The Challenges in Banking
      • Egypt
      • Pakistan Military
      • CAG
      • Pakistan-Imran Khan
      • Dividing UP
      • India?s position in HDR 2011
      • Iranls Nuclear Peril
      • Planning for the Billions
      • Changes in Myanmar
      • Small Savings
      • MNREG
      • Japan?s Nuclear Dilemma
      • Pakistan-Peace
      • After NFN, the next steps
      • Legal Aid
      • Women & War
      • Myanmar
      • Human Rights and the Common Wealth
      • F1 in India
      • G20
      • India?s Nuclear Diplomacy
      • Kashmir AFSPA
      • IBSA
      • Judiciary
      • Manipur Blockade
      • World Bank and UNODC
      • An opening with Nepal
      • Eliminating Encephalitis
      • South Asian Regionalism
      • Globalization and Eurasia
      • India?s Look East Policy
      • Look East Policy (LEP)
      • Conflict and co-operation in South Asia
      • Look East Policy
      • Concerns & Challenges in India?s neighborhood
      • India and Nuclear Order
      • Challengers of Global Governance
      • Prospects of India Becoming a Global Power
      • India-US-China
      • The rise of China
      • India-UNSC Permanent Seat
      • India-Bangladesh Relations
      • 60 years of India-China relations
      • Indo-Pak relations
      • Role of technology in India?s Foreign Relations
      • Indo-Pak Relations
      • Indo-African Relations
      • Indo-Russian Relations
      • India-West Asia
      • India and the climate change
      • Indo-Japan
      • Paid News
      • Indian Ocean Realm
      • What is Direct to Home Service?
    Gist of Yojana Magazine
      • All about Genetically modified Foods
      • Integrated Coastal Zone Management
      • Draft National Telecom Policy, 2011
      • Credit Rating
      • Protecting Human Rights in India
      • Wikileaks
      • Recent Steps to Check Generation and Spread of Black Money
      • Financial Committees of the Parliament of India
      • What is the National Knowledge Network?
      • Nuclear Power Programme of India
      • Sahitya Akademi Awards
    Awards
    Sports
    Railway Budget
    Union Budget
    Multiple Choice Questions
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    Specifications
    Book Details
    • Publication Year
      • 2012
    • Exam
      • CSAT
    Contributors
    • Author
      • S. A. Majid
    Ratings and Reviews
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    CONTENT IS NOT SO USEFUL

    i read this book , bt i didnt found this book useful for upsc prelims
    the content they given is not properly written and not framed by keeping upsc in mind
    they just put like an ordinary local weekly magazine ,
    i ordered this book after reading content list on flip kart but it it was shocked when i got it .
    pathetic paper quality and content.
    i hope flip kart will not market such kind of books in future . and i am giving one star rating to it , because page is not submitted without rating ,...
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    rahul singh

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    24 Jul, 2012

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    MOST USELESS BOOK EVER FROM UPSCPORTAL

    MOST USELESS BOOK EVER FROM UPSCPORTAL......IT WAS A VERY BAD COMPILATION.....EXTREMELY UNFREIENDLY TO READ..
    last one in 2011 was such fun to read and simple and was best for prelim. 2011...but this...one.....not
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    naveen thomas

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    7 Jun, 2012

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    quality

    the contents and the matter given in the book is really usefull to everyone.we can gain lot of knowledgefrom it,but the paper quality of the book is very cheap.but the contents were not printed in a perfect manner.
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    prbvarma pusapati

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    28 May, 2012

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    good book

    the content in the book are very good. but what make the difference is the quality of printing. i have never seen a book width this worst quality printing. you hardly feel interesting to read the book because of its quality. they can increase 100 rs. but they should print the book in some readable way .
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    Gopi Srikanth

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    24 May, 2012

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    ewwwwwww...

    I was wondering why people were creating a fuss about paper quality.At the worst i was expecting the paper quality of UPSC portal Pelims solved papers book. But it is more worse than that.Feels creepy.It is same as the quality of paper of a Rs 10 rough notebook.They have spend all the money on polishing the cover of the book.

    On a different subject, the content is pretty good.
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    Anirudh Shandilya

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    29 May, 2012

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    Book

    The book is good enough to give you a decent updates on current affairs. The questions are divided into different layers of difficulty.The book also familiarises us in every section in great depth.

    The people having time limit problems may in particular buy this one. the practice this one gives really helps to reduce the time.

    But there are also certain parts, like convert the information to a pie chart, draw a bar graph etc.... which i feel is a bit crappy. They may help us to be familia...
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    Kumar

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    9 May, 2012

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    poor quality paper used....pls dnt order

    things are good mainly the gist part was the best.but when it comes to the paper quality it looks like
    pirated version of this book...think twice before u order this book...
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    PANKAJ K MISHRA

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    12 Nov, 2013

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    Not as impressive as the cover

    there are too many spelling mistakes, page quality is worst. Though the content is well organized, it is mainly for those who have not updated them knowledge for say past 8-10 months current affairs. Overall good book to refer
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    NILESH YADAV

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    4 Jul, 2012

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    A BETTER BOOK FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS

    I WILL NOT BOTHER ABOUT THE QUALITY OF THE PAPER.I JUST SEE SUBJET
    ON THE BOOK.I THINK THESE BOOKS ARE VERY HELPFUL FOR ME BECAUSE I NOT CBSE I HAVE NOT USED NCRT BOOKS.I THINK THIS IS THE BETTER WAY.MY AIM TO BE A FIGHTER PILOT IN INDIAN AIR FORCE FROM NATIONAL DEFENCE ACADEMY.I WILL TRY MY LEVEL BEST FOR MY EXAM.

    I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST FRIENDS!!!
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    sai neelesh reddy

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    28 Jun, 2012

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    Content Quality - Good, Paper Quality - Worst

    Content present in the book is good although i was expecting something more from it. But one can get good points from this book. The negative part is its paper quality. It is so bad that you dont feel reading it. I gave 2 rating only for its content.
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    Mrigank Gupta

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    20 Jun, 2012

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