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2nd April 2017: Daily Summary and Analysis of The Hindu
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Today's Hindu summary covers in-depth analysis of National, International and Business news with background information about articles linked to the syllabus of the examination.

Deepanshu Singh is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepanshu Singh
Faculty- Indian Polity and Current Affairs| UPSC CSE Reserve list 2015| Consultant-G.O.I. Loves Geography Teaching since 2015

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thyank you so much sir... i'm following with your strategy
unlike other nations in gulf, Iran is persistently persevering in staying away from west's influence which is d only reason that US is so destperate in deteriorating iran's image because of which we see it as unstable region which it is not. and this is the reason russia always support iran and the countries iran support so that they dont install their puppet govts.
Mohan S R
3 years ago
The issue in Iran is more than US inteference and larger than what we Indians generally know. The nuclear ambitions of Iran is very critical for the entire world as they are rejecting claims of developing nuclear devices. Such denial and refusal to sign international treaty escalates the regional tensions and soneone (in this case: USA) has to step in and ask Iran to show what they got in theor backyard. With fragile history of US Embassy seige in Tehran, its not easy for a country like US to ignore Nuclear ambitions of Iran which could turn ulterior at any point. P.S: I lived in Kurdistan region of Iraq for over 3 yrs (less than 100kms from Iran border) and have so many colleagues from Iran (moderate minded) who concur the above view.
Abid kazim
3 years ago
US embassy siege was a reply to US govt when it refused to extradite Shah who was a US puppet. before shah iran was called mini USA and m sure u saw the influence of west there which is coming back in d form of anti supreme leader regime. but we can see that Ayatullahs hold the power in iran which is a big problem for USA and that it is unable to control it wd its puppet like many oder nations. also that US did strike iraq as well but to no avail. the issue in Iran is more than what u said or what we see in the news and we ought not to believe it blindly as we know the truth about US too. i think there is something far beyond our thoughts which is going on there which is why USA is so desperate about Iran. it can focus on Pakistan, it can focus on African nations as well if it is really about being d saviour. PS i lived in Iran, Iraq and Syria.
While your remark about Iran itself being in a pickle are true, I think that it's offer for mediation on Kashmir isssue is a welcome step at a time when no other regional power is willing to play that role and both Indian and Pakistani governments are in a state of constant denial over engaging in meaningful tri-lateral dialogue with the people of Kashmir. And thanks for making these videos, Sir. They have helped me a lot.
sir i am going to appear in CSE 2017 and not able to complete static portion what i did the hindu summary less than 10 minute by deepanshu singh ji , from may 2016 to 2017 daily 10 mcq by Roman saini sir from may 2016 to 2017 , Yojna and kurrkshetra magzine from , your test paper and insights test series will it be enough for prelims only ? thank in advance sir
Pls restart the videos on editorial analysis, your videos were very helpful.
Pavan P
3 years ago
no his explanation is not good. present person explaining well when compared to deepu.
sir I was having least time to read the Hindu and also having doubt what to leave what to read. u r helping me amazingly. no need to Go through full newspaper. your notes are enough. god bless u
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