IAS Exam Preparation – Daily News

Daily News is one of the world’s largest newspapers and covers topics such as politics, business, sports and society. It also has a strong international focus and offers insight into world affairs. The newspaper is owned by Independent Media and is part of a family of publications including magazines, television channels and websites. Each article in the Daily News includes comprehension and critical thinking questions, as well as “Background” and “Resources” sections that help students gain a deeper understanding of the news story.

The newspaper’s editorial content focuses on political corruption and social intrigue, such as the romance between Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII that led to his abdication. It also emphasized photography; it was an early user of the Associated Press wirephoto service in the 1920s. In the 1930s, the New York City newspaper moved into the 220 East 42nd Street building designed by architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood, which was an official city and national landmark. The building is credited with inspiring the first two Superman films, which feature its lobby of giant globes and weather instruments. The building later housed the former News subsidiary WPIX-TV and, until 2015, CBS Radio’s flagship AM radio station, WWOR.

The Daily News’s website audience continues to decline, although it has rebounded from its low in 2014. Average minutes per visit were just over 1 minute and 30 seconds in Q4 2022, a 43% decrease since we began tracking this measure in 2021. These estimates are based on data from Comscore, which provides monthly unique visitor measurements for the top 50 U.S. daily newspapers based on their circulation.

Each day, a reporter or editor of the Daily News writes about an event or issue he or she sees as important to the public interest. The reporter’s goal is to provide an overview of the story in a clear and concise manner. The reporter may also include opinions and personal reflections on the topic, but should avoid using subjective language or expressing biases.

Aspiring IAS aspirants can use this section to study current affairs in a structured way. It provides all the latest updates on important happenings in India and around the world along with analysis of various issues.

The Daily News page also includes news about important places and personalities in India. In addition, aspirants can find updates on international relations and the impact of events and trends in different parts of the world on India.

The Daily News page on IAS GYAN is updated regularly with important developments and provides insights into the most critical and challenging global issues and developments. The page also features news on art and culture to keep aspirants up to date on the latest happenings in this field. Additionally, the page has an interactive quiz to test aspirants’ knowledge and understanding of daily current affairs. This is an important tool to help them identify areas where they need to improve. This page is one of the most comprehensive current affairs sources for IAS aspirants.