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The January 2021 Issue of the Next IAS Current Affairs Magazine (hereafter called ‘The Magazine’), covers news events from 1st December 2020 to 31st December 2020 (hereafter called ‘Coverage Period’). 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. This issue of the magazine has an in-depth analysis of issues such as ‘Enhancing Corporate Presence in Banks', 'Nuclear Disarmament', 'Developing Resilience to Cyclones' and 'Five Years of Paris Climate Deal'. The Magazine also covers the issues of ‘Municipal Bonds', 'Government to Regulate OTT services and Digital News', 'Interplay between Subsidies and Agri-Pollution' and many other issues which have become relevant in the coverage period. The Magazine is designed for the needs of the students who are preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examinations. However, it is also helpful for Engineering Services Examinations, Banking Examinations and other government or Public Sector Enterprises examinations. Any suggestion for further improvement of the Magazine is welcome and may be e-mailed to currentaffairs@nextias.com

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