HUNT FOR THE FIRST HUMAN
COVER STORY
Cut marks on bone fossils found on an Indian foothill could well change the narrative on human evolution
SIDDHARTHA MISHRA, PRIYADARSHINI SEN

INTERVIEW
Dr Anne Dambricourt-Malassé, a palaeoanthropologist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research, on the significance of the Masol fossil findings
SIDDHARTHA MISHRA INTERVIEWS DR ANNE DAMBRICOURT-MALASSÉ

COVER STORY: MASOL
What is it about Masol that makes it key to the story of human evolution
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Ici Repose...Peut-être…Le Premier Humain
 
While purists frowned on jugaad in God’s own country as a temple in Alappuzha decided to use elephants made of cast iron instead of live elephants at festivals, most people welcomed the decision.
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VIJAY MALLYA
Mallya cadged loans and hedged around law with help from politicians
ARINDAM MUKHERJEE
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Capt G.R. Gopinath who started India’s first budget airline Air Deccan which he sold to Vijay Mallya on the Kingfisher fiasco
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LOANS AND BANKS
In spite of Mallya’s antics, young players still have hope thanks to online help
PRAGYA SINGH
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Union minister for urban development Venkaiah Naidu on the smart city project...
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Though our PM is known more for his fasting than his feasting, he has brought his star power to bear on Varanasi’s crafts and food
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A grain that is no longer being cultivated in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, thanks to the apple economy
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Reads like a stylish str­eam-of-consciousness narrative immersing one’s mind in an internal monologue.
ANANYA S. GUHA
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Bidwai’s last book is a passionate analysis of the Left’s loss of relevance
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At Outlook we had been toying with the idea of a special issue on Hindi film music for a while, but hesitated for several reasons. Wouldn't it mean too much italicised text in the magazine? Wouldn't the translation of song titles into English sound awkward, even comic? Just how do you translate Ramaiyya vasta vaiyya into English?
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