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Opinion
This columnist once wrote an open letter to ex-Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif. It said that, inevitably, India and Pakistan would one day get together, through ...
Showtime
At 3 hours, 21 minutes, The Return is, in every sense, a monster epic
making a difference
An ex-cop now polices a new terrain—big money that does violence to the age-old soil
10 Questions
On his new appointment as Director, Nehru Centre, London and his forthcoming titles
Cover Story
dynasty
Outlook's opinion poll says nearly 70 per cent want Rahul and Priyanka to enter the fray in the upcoming elections. Will the Congress show its hand? Or keep its trumpcards for another time? And should the gerontocratic BJP brass be worried?
National
coffingate
A pall of doubt hung over their buying. Now mull over the selling of the coffins, meant for Kargil martyrs.
opinion
Why is the Outlook for India so grey when, with the same indicators, Calcutta is so bright and shiny? Can't feelgood take a right turn instead of left?
northeast
Assam and Meghalaya want rights—and constitutional recognition—for their royals
Newsbag
The truth genie is out of the bottle; Ascetic horse power; The price of separation; The sixth circle of hell; Agony in a test-tube
International
For Bush and Blair, the WMD scare they spread now threatens to implode
Pakistan NUKE Scandal
In intricate behind-the-scenes moves, Pakistan's military buys Qadeer Khan's silence and pardons him his 'guilt' Updates
Business
budget
Jaswant Singh, the Midas man? Well, he's got the fiscal genie bottled, but other goodies look more 'sound than substance'. Updates
Media Blitz
Vajpayee's feelgood doesn't come cheap, being in the mood has cost Rs 400 cr already Updates.
automobiles
Tata Motors has taken the corner, now it sells even in England. But hey, watch the rearview mirror.
Society
fashion
Oh, those border incursions! A slinky machismo slips out of the closet...Ziggy dates Twiggy.
Sports
Opinion
We're finally hitting our stride. And WACA will be playing on the Indians' minds.
match-fixing
A '99 Indo-Pak World Cup league match. The usual suspects. An ICC probe closes in. Updates
Arts & Entertainment
Miscellany
Doomsday;Culture Vulture, Bryan Adams and Jidoka
Film Festival
Artistic dissent has a 'Vikalp' to the Mumbai film fest
profile
Maity has tamed water. And for long. Calcutta will see his 42nd solo next week.
Books
Review
Jha mars a genuine attempt at analysis with second-hand, word-of-web conspiracies.
Paul Danahar on The End of Saddam Hussein—History Through the Eyes of the Victims By Prem Shankar Jha
Review
Meticulously connects the aggressive actions of the Sangh parivar with the thoughts of four angry men but barely looks at other, more sinister connections.
Jawid Laiq on Hindutva: Exploring The Idea Of Hindu Nationalism By Jyotirmaya Sharma
Review
Ramanujan was a man of impeccable taste and fastidiousness, and would probably have been distressed by this volume.
Ravi Dayal on The Oxford India Ramanujan By Molly Daniels-Ramanujan
Outlook-Picador India Non Fiction Competition
Anuradha Roy? Kavery Nambisan? N.S. Roy? Ruma Dasgupta? Venu Madhav Govindu? Well, wait and find out on February 13.
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