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Old Thursday, December 26, 2019
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Default Current Affairs Preparation by Maleeha Lesar

Dear CSS Aspirants for Current affairs ,I consulted Dawn Opinion ,The Nation's Opinion ,The News' Opinion along with opinions from Al Jazeerah ,The Diplomat ,Washington Post,Guardian etc.The articles from Jahangir world times help.I used to buy week earlier Times and Newsweek from old books too.Mehdi Hasan shows like upfront ,head to head also played good role. Farid shows and documentaries of Al jazeerah can also be seen in free time.Try to consult lot of material to widen horizon.After lot of studying and consulting different narratives ,you would be able to build your opinion.
Good way is to install apps of Al jazeerah ,Guardian ,BBC ,Dawn ,The News etc on your phone.
Programs of Naom chomksy are also good to listen. Reading even past articles of names like Munir Akram ,Asim Azher (Quaid University professor ),Dr Ishrat Hussein ,Zahid Hussein ,Baba Khel etc also help.
How to make notes of CA ?
Whenever you read an opinion ,try to note important points ,phrases from articles.If you are reading soft copy ,make notes on word file which you can refer whenever you need them. Try to relate things and attempt question from past papers and try to put your knowledge in an organised way.
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Like Facebook pages of News so that in your free time during scrolling you get some info though it too.Read a lot and write a lot
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In my opinion going through so much of places would be a cumbersome approach. Instead we should stick to some of these places in order to get most out of it. For an instance if one go through so much of places for current affairs then when would he study other compulsory and optional subjects? So a balanced approach need to be adopted.
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