The February 2020 Issue of the Next IAS Current Affairs Magazine, covers news events from 26th December 2020 to 25th January 2020.The Magazine has comprehensive coverage of all the topics from current affairs neatly categorized into major sections like Economy, International Issues, Polity & Governance, and so on.
The February issue of the magazine has an in-depth analysis of three issues from the coverage period viz. ‘Air Pollution: A Public Health Hazard’, ‘Government declares Nagaland as ‘disturbed’ under the AFPSA’ and ‘The Transportation Sector in India: Part 2’ (This is the second part of a two-part series first part was covered in the January 2020 issue). The Magazine also covers the Coronavirus: Fears and Facts, India gets first Chief of Defence Staff, Article 142 and need for Judicial restraint and many other issues which have become relevant in the coverage period.
This Magazine has a Guest Article contributed by Shri K.P. Shashidharan (IAAS, Former Director General, CAG Office) on the subject of ‘Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for Infrastructure Development’.
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