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G. Rajaraman
cover story Oz tour
A Harbhajan-Symonds brush-off turning catastrophic, who knew? And then, it never stopped...
Magazine | Jan 21, 2008
Gargi Banerjee
Gauri Bhatia
what it means
Seven years in political wilderness and he's lost none of his touch. The gentle tug of the CMP was all over, but PC does a nifty blend of fiscal fitness and social therapy. Updates
Magazine | Jul 19, 2004
Gauri Gill
Cover Story
This is the first spot report from the sensitive Turtuk Sector where there has been a blanket ban on the media since the war began. Ishan Joshi and photographer Gauri Gill smuggled in and out to report on a harsh mountain war. Given the army's security concerns, some of the film rolls were even confiscated. Yet, the officers and men made it clear that they were only doing their job and were more helpful and friendly than we had any right to expect. Outlook has shown restraint in reporting the situaton and choosing photographs to ensure their security isn't compromised.
Magazine | Jun 28, 1999
Gauri Lankesh
karnataka: politics
In coastal Karnataka, the original ‘Hindutva laboratory’, the people finally get sick of Sangh parivar excesses
Magazine | May 20, 2013
Gautam Chikermane
Investment Analysis
The budget permits a voyeuristic pleasure in watching the rich squirm beneath a 10 per cent surcharge.
Magazine | Mar 11, 2013
Gautam Nayak
Gautam Thapar
Opinion
A fair budget, with most bases covered
Magazine | Jul 20, 2009
Geeta Doctor
Chennai 375
Chennai turns 375 even as the old and the new stay ‘gridlocked by progress’
Magazine | Sep 01, 2014
Geoff Lawson
Cricket
Leading speedster of the '80s Geoff Lawson finds Australia formidable
Magazine | Feb 21, 1996
Geoffrey Boycott
Exclusive: Straight bat
On erratic tracks, batsmen must be realistic
Magazine | Apr 02, 2007
Gerson Da Cunha
Opinion
The worst part about public catastrophe is the personal wound...
Magazine | Dec 08, 2008
Ghulam Hasnain
The Media
Magazine | Jul 30, 2001
Gita Mehta
opinion
America is today under assault for everything it has traditionally stood for
Magazine | Oct 25, 2004
Glenn Moore
Cover/World Cup
The 2002 World Cup countdown has all the makings of a potboiler with rainbow teams, warring officials and more than a hint of magic
Magazine | May 20, 2002
Gokhale
Cover Stories
The UF and the Congress know they have to share a platform once again to keep the BJP out. But both are lobbying for maximum advantage.
Magazine | Mar 09, 1998
Gopal Guru
opinion
Brahmins are fashioning new political rhetoric from old stereotypes
Magazine | Mar 30, 2009
Gopalkrishna Gandhi
remembrance: nelson mandela
Nelson Mandela, the master-healer, was friendly, but not partisan. He wrapped realpolitik around a moral code of courageous honesty and reconciliation.
Magazine | Jul 08, 2013
Gulu Ezekiel
Cover Story
Kapil Dev on the heady month in '83 when the 'hollow men' of one-day cricket came of age
Magazine | Feb 21, 1996
Gurcharan Das
Opinion
For all its positives, the budget doesn't look far and wide
Magazine | Jul 20, 2009

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