Over the years, the importance of good comprehension skills for Law Entrance exams has increased. For instance, CLAT 2020 took a complete U-turn and focused primarily on testing the comprehension skills of the aspirants. Since RCs form the crux of a wide array of Law Entrance exams as well, it is imperative to have strong comprehension skills.
This free series is meant to bolster your reading skills, while also brushing up your vocabulary and general awareness as well. The motive behind this series is to get the aspirants accustomed to reading so that they don't face reading blues in the exams.
The first article, titled "Crisis in Tunis: On Tunisian President’s decision to suspend Parliament" is published in The Hindu. It takes into account the suspension of the Tunisian parliament and the subsequent power grab by the Tunisian president as the author explores various aspects related to the issue.
On the other hand, the second article titled "Tap it for India: Puri’s tap water is safe to drink. When will the rest of the country get there?" is published in The Times of India. It talks about the Puri's achieving the status of being the only city with safe tap water for drinking as the author wonders when will the rest of India get to this milestone.
Now, your job is to read the articles first and then move on to the summaries for a better understanding of the context. Also, please tell us about your thoughts in the comment section down below.
Until then, happy reading!
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