COVER STORY
It’s reshuffle season. His grip over ministry, party, boss and khakidom has slackened. Even so, the loose cannons may not get Arun Jaitley.
UTTAM SENGUPTA

COVER STORY
What works in his favour? What goes against him?
PRARTHNA GAHILOTE

COVER STORY
The targeting of bureaucrats has created a tizzy in the vital ministry and the IAS lobby is angry
LOLA NAYAR
The hunt for the mythical ‘Sanj­eevani booti’ will initially cost Rs 25 crore, says the Uttarakhand Ayush minister. With help from the Centre, Rs 150 crore could be pumped into the Himala­yan search.
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ESSAR TAPES
'The Tapes Show How Those
Who­ Operate The System At
The Highest Level Are
Compromised.
It's Disturbing.'
 
Yashwant Sinha lashes out at the system and makes some startling revelations on how the Atal Behari Vajpayee cabinet functioned

MEETU JAIN INTERVIEWS YASHWANT SINHA

ESSAY
Indian nationalism’s anti-colonial, and inclusive, origins are increasingly being trampled underfoot by votaries of Hindu majoritarianism. In this essay, Romila Thapar shows how the cant of Hindutva was built on the myopic and tendentious tradition of colonial history-writing.
ROMILA THAPAR
RAJYA SABHA
Will that sleight of blue ink that wrote Subhash Chandra’s RS destiny be rewritten? If R.K. Anand can help it.
ANOO BHUYAN
OPINION
How our parties leave no scope for LS-RS cooperation
JAGDEEP S. CHHOKAR
OPINION
The world has much to lose if artists cross no line
KEKI N. DARUWALLA
INTERVIEW
Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju on the matter of issuing a separate passport and flag to the Nagas
BULA DEVI INTERVIEWS KIREN RIJIJU
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OPINION
Is Modi too prone to believe his own hype to be a true pragmatist? Are his foreign policy mandarins too much in awe to tender frank advice?
S. NIHAL SINGH
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NABANITA SIRCAR
LEADER COMMENT
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KRISHNA PRASAD
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REVIEWS
Ayyub throws light on the travesties of justice and individual conscience
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PROP SHOP
Captain America’s shield, Jon Snow’s Longclaw, Thor’s hammer. All from India.
SIDDHARTHA MISHRA
THE REVIEWS
It’s a difficult film to watch, not entertaining or edifying in any way
DEEPA GAHLOT
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There is an air of hope that the creators of Game of Thrones Benioff and Weiss leave you with
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Glitterati
A Steady GazeWhether she’s fit for a rough role or should be recast as a porcelain vase to look at is your call, but Sandeepa Dhar plays a tough cop in 7 Hours To Go. Will baddies have a change of heart?

OPINION
Sans this non-Muslim trio, my Ramzan is incomplete
SYEDA S. HAMEED
EAT, PRAY, LIVE
Differences are born from the sense of I, the feeling that I am different!
MEENAKSHI NEGI
LEADER COMMENT
For showing us his handbag poodle side
10 QUESTIONS
The Missing on a Weekend director has been around for a decade now. As a first-time director of an investigative thriller,he has plenty to share.
AHELI BASU INTERVIEWS ABHISHEK JAWKAR

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Rajyavardhan became first Indian to win an Olympic shooting medal in 2004
QAISER MOHAMMAD ALI
GOSSIP
Vinay Sitapati’s biography of P.V. Narasimha Rao and rumours about the next big book on political intrigue
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Jagran Film Festival in Delhi, works of many art maestros on display in Mumbai and a play by Madhu Rye in Bangalore.
OUTLOOK ARCHIVE
ISSUE DATED | DECEMBER 06, 2010
NIIRA RADIA
An unofficial career biography of a lobbyist who flew too close to the sun...
Outlook in Rewind
10 Years Ago
"Abhishek Verma was having access to such official record of the defence ministry having a bearing on the safety and security of the nation through some compromised officers..." -CBI chargesheet of October 17, 2006. Call him one of India's best information banks on defence procurement secrets. Middleman and flashy arms dealer Abhishek Verma and his associates gained access to a wide range of sensitive information that has shocked the CBI investigators probing the naval war room leak case.
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