Important subject wise notes for current affairs part revision in the remaining 1 month of UPSC Prelims 2018 2

Amidst all the hustles of last minute preparation for India’s most aspired Civil Services Preliminary Examination, you must be on your nerves to cover almost everything in the UPSC Syllabus. To help you in the quest for cracking the competitive most examination, We have compiled here a list of Subject-wise important Current Affairs revision notes for IAS Prelims 2018 along with latest current affairs.  Now learn the Quick Tips to prepare for the current affairs for UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination 2018 and crack IAS, with the best of your preparation.

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Subject-wise Current Affairs revision notes for IAS Prelims 2018

Following is a list of some Subject-wise important current affairs Revision Notes along with latest current affairs for April 2018.


  1. Banks Board Bureau stares at uncertain future
  2. ICAI favours existing audit mechanism
  3. Instances of open defecation falls sharply
  4. PNB fraud brings back the issue of Know Your Employee norms
  5. GST rates on 29 goods, 53 services cut
  6. Centre to infuse Rs. 7,577 cr. in six PSB’s
  7. Commerce Ministry seeks one GST rate on multimodal vehicles
  8. Government may tweak insolvency laws
  9. In FDI push, Centre allows 49% foreign ownership in AI
  10. TRAI cuts international call termination rates
  11. Soon, you can make calls while flying
  12. Asian meet to focus on producing greener steel
  13. NITI bats for separate debt office in India
  14. Bitcoin PoS maker eyes India entry
  15. Easier norms may help Indian firms go global

Science & Technology

  1. Google unveils security campaign to protect users from cyberbullying, fraud
  2. Rare ‘super blood blue moon’ visible on Jan. 31
  3. NASA keen on India-made technology for spacecraft
  4. Drawing energy from cellulose-rich plants
  5. Scientists grow human eggs to full maturity in laboratory
  6. SpaceX’s rocket to Mars blasts off, puts sports car in space
  7. A game of Chicken: how India’s poultry farms are spawning global superbugs
  8. Skeletal muscle tissue grown from stem cells
  9. Is TeamIndus’s lunar bid off?
  10. Google’s new AI system can articulate like humans
  11. Minister claims Indian discovered law of gravity
  12. 2018 space craft: trips to the moon, rocket launches
  13. Now, bacteria turn toxic metals into gold
  14. INSPIRE: a scheme that draws scientist but leaves them in the lurch
  15. Humanoid Sophia steals the show at World IT Congress


  1. WHO okays Bharat Bio typhoid shot
  2. HPV vaccine gets immunisation nod
  3. You value a rape at Rs. 6,500, ‘shocked’ SC asks M.P. Govt.
  4. Operation Digital Board in the offing
  5. Kerala to get MGNREGS assets geo-tagged
  6. Iceland’s pay parity move hailed
  7. relaxes Atal pension plan norms
  8. Haj subsidies to end: Naqvi
  9. Rural BPO Scheme: women form 40% of added headcount
  10. More tribal areas to get Ekalavya Schools
  11. Center lists steps to end workplace harassment
  12. Ujjwala Yojana to benefit eight crore women now
  13. Vaccines can prevent TB infections in adolescents
  14. Kerala, Punjab, T.N. in good health
  15. Ayushman Bharat: the big budget scheme


  1. India to celebrate Falun Gong
  2. UNESCO names Kumbh Mela Intangible Cultural Heritage
  3. Lingayat Ministers to elicit opinion on religion status
  4. Ahmedabad becomes India’s first World Heritage City
  5. India’s Heritage City Races to Save Icons from Polluted Ruin
  6. Carbon dating confirms Keezhadi site is from Sangam era
  7. Banganapalle mango gets GI tag
  8. Spine of steel: Howrah Bridge celebrates 75th anniversary
  9. Lost and found: the tale of two cities
  10. In Mumbai, Taj Palace gets a trademark
  11. Now, a hard trek via Lipulekh
  12. Japan’s men-only island gets UNESCO heritage tag
  13. Bhaurangari vs Tilak: row over 125th anniversary of Ganapati festivities
  14. GI tag need of the hour, feel Chirala silk weavers
  15. ‘Padmavati’ row: Rajput protesters shut Chittorgarh Fort

Ecology & Environment

  1. India records marginal increase in forest cover
  2. NGT penalises Rajasthan for polluting Jodhpur river
  3. India ranks 177 out of 180 in Environmental Performance Index
  4. NGT issues notice to Centre on plea against diversion of Ganga
  5. Key Ministries disagree over CAMPA fund
  6. Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh to be part of India’s tiger census
  7. In a record, over 4 lakh olive ridleys nest at Rishikulya
  8. Don’t dump junk, we are not garbage collectors: SC to Centre
  9. Link between sanitation, stunting questioned
  10. Dust mitigation plan must for firms
  11. Center to consider proposals on animal safety
  12. West Bengal rivers are not fit even for bathing, says report
  13. Goa bird festival to offer pelagic avian tour
  14. Moss that can remove lead from water identified
  15. NGT notice to Haji Ali Dargah Trust on waste management

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Top 100 Current Affairs revision notes for IAS Prelims 2018

  1. After glitch, ISRO trying to restore link with GSAT 6A
  2. Central Vigilance Commission wants to keep an eye on private banks
  3. E-way Bill system launched in Bihar
  4. Can’t stop legislators from practicing: Bar council
  5. Low down on electric and hybrid vehicles
  6. RBI examining PNB fraud for enforcement action
  7. 9 dead as Dalit protests over SC/ST Act rock north India
  8. CJI assures TN over Cauvery
  9. Eyes in the sky: drones deployed to map Chennai
  10. New plant species reported from the Western Ghats
  11. Core sector grows 5.3% in February
  12. SEBI can probe ICICI Bank for disclosure, listing breach
  13. NHRC seeks report on Asansol violence
  14. Bond loss: RBI eases provisioning norms
  15. No affront to Dalit rights
  16. Bridge gap between rural, urban education
  17. ‘Over 9,000 km of NH laid’
  18. Study sounds the alarm for Arctic ice
  19. State clears DPRs for 61 major cities
  20. Panel to probe CBSE question leaks
  21. India, Japan, U.S. sea lanes open
  22. ‘India third most vulnerable country to cyber threats’
  23. India pips Japan to become second largest crude steel manufacturer
  24. Bishnois jubilant over Salman Khan verdict
  25. CBI books Vadodara-based firm for cheating 11 banks
  26. ‘Data of over 5.6 lakh Indian users may have been tapped’
  27. RBI holds rates; cuts inflation forecast
  28. RBI switches back to GDP scale to measure economy
  29. India in common wealth games
  30. Plea on CJI’s powers over roster
  31. NGT notice to U.P. govt.
  32. Seven dead, over 1,000 injured in Gaza clashes
  33. Dysfunctional gene linked to ADHD found
  34. Virgin Galactic tests spaceship
  35. Non-bailable warrants issued against Nirav, Choksi
  36. Need norms on funds for States: NITI
  37. U.P. rape victim’s dad dies in custody
  38. Right to convert is part of fundamental right of choice: Supreme Court
  39. 2,654-cr. fraud: ED searches Vadodara company
  40. World’s first microfactory to help tackle e-waste hazard
  41. Army to get 1.86 lakh bulletproof jackets
  42. Ban on sale of cattle for slaughter goes
  43. All eyes on ISRO’s navigation satellite
  44. Google appeals against Competition Commission of India’s ‘search bias’ verdict
  45. Pressure on RBI to ease NPA norms
  46. 1.3 bn Indians a goldmine of commercial information: SC
  47. Give us power to make rules, EC tells court
  48. Kathua murder hits J&K politics, 2 BJP Ministers quit
  49. Sharif can’t fight polls: Pak. SC
  50. Sikh groups protest against Nanak Shah Fakir release
  51. India, U.K. in talks over education
  52. U.S., Britain, France rain over 100 missiles on Syria
  53. What demonetization did to tax collections
  54. Centre ties up with IIT-Delhi for safety switches on vehicles
  55. CBI files chargesheet against Lalu, Rabri
  56. World Bank fillip for natural resources of Meghalaya
  57. SC rejects plea to scrap pension for MPs
  58. Governments attempts damage control as ATMs run dry
  59. NGT asks Ministry to finalise national policy on forest fires
  60. U.S. keen on signing nuclear reactor deal
  61. ‘India expected to grow at 7.4% in 2018’
  62. It is CJI’s right to allot cases: SC
  63. Hyderabad to tap rooftop solar potential
  64. Consent of bride inherent to Hindu marital law: SC
  65. ‘Centre should make serious corrections in AI’s sale terms’
  66. ‘Petroleum, Finance Ministers can award hydrocarbon blocks’
  67. Why stall Aadhaar, asks UIDAI
  68. Notes being printed 24×7
  69. Give report on conduct of Kathua lawyers, orders SC
  70. PIL has become an ‘industry of vested interests’: SC
  71. No foul play in judge Loya’s death, says Supreme Court
  72. No commercial driving licence needed for taxis, autos: govt.
  73. NSA to head new Defence panel
  74. Congress, six other parties move to impeach CJI Misra
  75. Swell waves forecast along India’s coasts
  76. Cabinet approves death for rape of girls under 12 years
  77. Ex-Minister Kodnani walks free in Naroda Patiya case
  78. Security forces gun down 16 Naxals in Maharashtra
  79. In a first, U.P. Sainik School opens its doors to girl students
  80. Use of blockchain beyond cryptocurrencies
  81. RS Chairman rejects motion against Chief Justice Misra
  82. PM to launch Gramin Swaraj Abhiyan from M.P.
  83. Software major TCS now in $100 bn market capitalization club
  84. SC notice to govt. on petition to outlaw Section 377
  85. New system to measure air quality
  86. Remove references to leprosy as disability from law books: SC
  87. Regulation of e-commerce necessary to protect consumers, spur growth: Prabhu
  88. Defaulters owe SEBI Rs. 2,620 crores
  89. Western Ghats reveal world’s smallest land fern
  90. Asaram sentenced to jail till death
  91. Ministry clears Indu Malhotra as SC judge
  92. BARC develops cheaper, lightweight bulletproof jackets
  93. Didn’t order Aadhaar-SIM link: SC
  94. If the nuclear deal stays, it stays in full, says Rouhani
  95. India shows jobs growth as 3.11 mn join PF in 6 months
  96. Modi assures States on sharing of funds
  97. No easing of mining norms
  98. Justice Chelameswar won’t hear ‘master of roster’ plea
  99. Centre to snuff out ‘toxic’ e-cigarettes
  100. Nagaland loses soil heavily due to ‘jhum’

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