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Cover Story
ISIS’s night of terror in Paris left panic, perplexity, pain and steely state resolve. This...
Cover story
I, Tiresias
The clash that Huntington prophesied is upon us. Or is it?
Dilip Bobb
cover story
Rift Valley
France is caught between lofty ideals and a just hatred for deluded assassins
Florence Noiville
the isis
En Rouge Et Noir
Post Paris, the world cannot afford to dismiss the Islamic State as an unknown quantity. It...
Pranay Sharma
the isis
Are We Prepared?
India remains cautious about ISIS turning east
Meetu Jain
Messi Of The Mosque
The face of ISIS is a man in a mask. Ruthless, intense, methodical.
Pranay Sharma on Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Barrel Bombs
ISIS’s war runs on oil. A look inside its crude-smeared war chest.
Ushinor Majumdar
the isis advance
Blood Bros
The Arab world’s whimsy over ISIS has allowed other players to step in
Shyam Bhatia
indian hostages
They’re Gone
Families of Indian ISIS hostages say MEA has shut them out
Bhasha Singh
mumbai rewind
Trenchcoat City
The city of dreams sleeps with an eye open. But the new terrorist is protean. Will Mumbai hold up?
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Slashtagged @Jehadi Joes
ISIS understands that the internet is key in carrying the war to the West
Abdel Bari Atwan | Extracts from Islamic State The Digital Caliphate By Abdel Bari Atwan
The Shine
Keeping profit levels low, Indian Immunologicals puts vaccines within reach
Tamil nadu floods
Chennai sees its worst floods since 2005
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Leader Comment
Prime Minister Modi did well to speak out against intolerance on foreign soil, but he needs...
Leader Comment
A couple of Editor's cousins have brought great dignity to the canine species.
A random sample from the British periodicals
Eat, Pray, Live
All about chicory, the lettuce that dates back to the times of Cleopatra
The Review
The glut of recently retired cricketers satisfying TV’s insatiable thirst for ‘content’,
The 46th edition of IFFI, India's only dance fair and a litfest to bring the best writings...
Seth returns with melancholy, longing, homage and a light tread on politics
Sudeep Sen on Summer Requiem By Vikram Seth
The book stops for a moment, allowing the reader to think everything is over and then starts...
Anjana Basu on A Career Of Evil By Robert Galbraith
The Syrian refugees you meet in Izmir are dev­oid of any hope of a resolution to their sorry plight.
By Kumar M. Tiku
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
The Review
While the movie is gripping and stylish in parts, it loses its hold at crucial moments.
The Review
If anybody informed Barjatya that privy purses were abolished in 1971, he wouldn’t care; neither...
10 Questions
The man behind Raas Rang—The World Flute Festival, on its sixth edition
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
mumbai restaurant
Mumbai’s version of sushi and sticky rice on the go.
Business in bitesizes
Outlook Contributor from Kerala, Minu Ittyipe, on garment giant Kittex's win in the panchayat...
Fri Nov 20, 2015
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The War on Terror has been raging since the hegemony of the West was first challenged
Fri Nov 27, 2015
Mumbai Police commissioner Javed Ahmed talks to Outlook on the 7th anniversary of 26/11 terror...
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber interviews Ahmed Javed | Thu Nov 26, 2015
The United States and the European Union must find diplomatic ways to appeal to Russian pride...
Ashkhen Kazaryan | Thu Nov 26, 2015
For the Record
Aamir Khan's statement in reply to the raging controversy over his remarks on intolerance at...
Aamir Khan | Wed Nov 25, 2015
The joys of winter in North India...
Christine Pemberton | Wed Nov 25, 2015
State Snippets
Maharashtra might become the first state in the country to make "social boycott," a punishable...
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber | Wed Nov 25, 2015
News Analysis
Is Europe going to sacrifice individual freedom and its liberal constitutions to increase and...
Pietro Reviglio | Tue Nov 24, 2015
Photo Feature
Glimpses from the star-studded award function at the Microsoft Theater, in Los Angeles.
Tue Nov 24, 2015
State Snippets
Nagarjuna and Amala Akkineni's son Akhil's debut is a migraine-inducing flick
Madhavi Tata | Mon Nov 23, 2015
How passionate clerics moved Islamic Shariah from the mostly gentle words of Muhammad to the...
Murad Ali Baig | Mon Nov 23, 2015
Societies are not transformed by governments from the outside, but from within, culturally.
Aakar Patel | Sun Nov 22, 2015
The biggest casualty will be the government's pet project, the Constitution amendment bill...
Bula Devi | Sat Nov 21, 2015
View From Britain
While plenty in the rich world are happy to discuss the dangers of brown people reproducing...
George Monbiot | Sat Nov 21, 2015
Book Extract
How instead of harvesting a nutritious traditional food crop that could supplement the diets...
Joel K. Bourne Jr | Extracts from THE END OF PLENTY: THE RACE TO FEED A CROWDED WORLD By Joel K. Bourne Jr | Sat Nov 21, 2015
Vasundhara Raje Scindia's business summit 'Resurgent Rajasthan' came a close second to the...
Pragya Singh | Fri Nov 20, 2015
News Analysis
Induction of Lalu Yadav's two sons into the ministry was avoidable and sends out a wrong signal
Uttam Sengupta | Fri Nov 20, 2015
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daily reader
A web curation of fine reading by our editors
What do we learn about science from a controversy in physics?
Fri Nov 27, 2015
Noam Chomsky on ISIS, his foreign policy critics, and why socialist ideas are “never far below...
Wed Nov 25, 2015

During the eighth edition of the Ramnath Goenka Excellence...
Poll Started on: Nov 24, 2015
Belgium may be famous for its chocolate, beer and for...
Srishti Gupta | Nov 24, 2015

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