Kerala has 5,400-odd people aged above 100. How do they remain healthy? A peek at the lives of four...
In two decades, India will be home to 120 million diabetics. There are ways, though, to survive the looming ‘epidemic’. Here’s what you can do.
A recent immunisation drive in rural Bihar went horribly wrong. What all ails the health mission?
No rules exist in this game of spirituality. Fly and meet the yogi in his abode, where maximal joy is served out with a dash of Hindu
mysticism he picked from India.
Outlook maps out India’s most iconic restaurants that have been part of a collective memory over the years through the length and breadth of the country
In rural Uttar Pradesh, the central government’s immunisation programme needs a reality check
People exploded in anger at Bengal’s notoriously coercive hospitals. Now, a new law will take them on.
Summer marks a high tide for Kerala ensembles at temple festivals. Casteism flows as an undercurrent.
The priests who denounced the Bengal CM as a ‘beef-supporter’ have forgotten that their forebears had welcomed ‘beef-eater’ Lord Mountbatten
On the day Dinakaran announced his 'sanyas', Tamil weekly Thuglak's editor S. Gurumurthy talks about the grapple hold of the Sasikala family on the AIADMK...
Tackling depression in new-age India calls for acceptance and unique solutions
Shoddy clean-up of a 12th-C shrine digs up artefacts. Some have been damaged.
Immunisation is a nexus controlled by big private vaccine makers, mostly foreign, that decides your baby gets 15 shots more for the doctor to make money. Even if the vaccine is useless—not to talk of the huge mark-ups.
A hitherto unheard narrative over motherhood is beginning to be voiced—notes of regret, confusion
In Chennai’s warm embrace of heritage walks, the present gently melds into the bristling past