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Daily Current Affairs for UPSC (Polity & Governance)

The daily current affairs are a substantial part of UPSC Civil Service Exam preparation as dynamic questions appear in all three stages of the examination- prelims, Mains and Interview. Polity & Governance current affairs for UPSC provide all current affairs on daily basis covering Indian polity, legislature, executive and judiciary, constitutional developments, recent amendments, Acts in news, and other political dynamics of Indian Polity. Daily current affairs play a significant role in covering UPSC Syllabus and also it produces an easy and bilateral way of cracking and ensures success in UPSC examination.

Centre’s Plea against forced conversion in India

The Ministry of Home Affairs has added that “the right to freedom of religion does not include a fundamental right to convert people to a particular religion”.

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