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cover story: mamata banerjee
Will Mamata lose the people’s affection over Saradha? The BJP sets off the first of the alarm bells, and 2016 looks ominous.
Dola Mitra
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Mind your body
The secret is that there is no secret ingredient to health, well-being and happiness.
Rujuta Diwekar
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
opinion
To counter Modi, the ‘idea of India’ has to be made fashionable again
Ashish Khetan
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Tribute
I knew the name much before I knew what a mandolin was or had come across any of the man’s works. And it was almost always accompanied by “prodigy” or “genius”.
Vipin Nair
Web | Sep 22, 2014 
Bollywood Music Special
Outlook asked 30 leading composers, lyricists and singers to name their all-time favourite Hindi film songs. Here are the top twenty.
Outlook Jury
Magazine | Jun 26, 2006 
Interview
The minister of state for commerce, industry, finance and corporate affairs, outlines the NDA’s roadmap for economic revival.
Lola Nayar
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
cover story: mamata banerjee
Sudipta Sen—large-hearted Santa, dupe and enigma. The man Mamata knew little about.
Uttam Sengupta
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
My Point Of View
'My issue is you propagating the objectification of a REAL person, and not a character being played... All I am asking for is respect as a woman off-screen'
Deepika Padukone
Web | Sep 19, 2014 
Comment
I’ve been a teacher at Jadavpur University for 25 years, and a student before that, and I have never witnessed something so grim, so appalling on this campus as happened last night.
Kavita Panjabi
Web | Sep 18, 2014 
opinion
Trinamool failed to keep all its tall promises. But there’s time yet.
Chandra Kumar Bose
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
film: ray’s charulata
Charulata is 50. Its luminous lead pair talk about the classic and its visionary director.
Dola Mitra
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Opinion
Students have been photocopying expensive text-books all these years, and the publishing industry has thrived and prospered. Should not the Copyright Act have a liberal exception for educational books?
Gautam Bhatia
Web | Sep 17, 2014 
kashmir floods: first person
A banker who lives in Srinagar, recounts those water-encom passed days—the suspense, the tension, the hoping against hope.
Mudasir Ahmed
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Opinion
China's coercive military manoeuvres and intimidatory geopolitics, timed just around the visits and meetings of high profile Chinese leaders, needs to be rolled back
Namrata Goswami
Web | Sep 19, 2014 
Interview
The head of Titan Industries was the one who led the private sector charge against HMT.
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Mumbai: salman case
Twelve years. No verdict yet in Salman’s 2002 hit-and-run case.
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Last Page
Cruises are good value for money. You pay about a thousand dollars per person for seven days on board in luxurious cabins, double occupancy.
Bhaichand Patel
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
UTTAR PRADESH: BYELECTIONS
The BJP banked on fear-mongering in the UP bypolls—and failed
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
france: scandal
Scorned ex-First Lady’s salacious memoir has France in a tizzy
Vaiju Naravane
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Interview
The PM of the Tibetan government-in-exile speaks on a variety of issues
Pranay Sharma
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
For The Record: CNN Interview
If anyone thinks Indian Muslims will dance to their tune, they are delusional, said the PM.
Fareed Zakaria, CNN
Web | Sep 22, 2014 
cover story: mamata banerjee
Calcutta’s intellectuals lent Mamata’s fight crucial legitimacy. Their estrangement is complete.
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
View From Israel
The failure of the vote for Scottish independence does not change the course of events. It just slows it down.
Uri Avnery
Web | Sep 19, 2014 
ANNUAL OUTLOOK CFORE SURVEY
Top 10 schools in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh and the country's top residential schools
Magazine | Dec 16, 2002 
tollywood: sex scandal
The murky side of Telugu films, actress caught in flesh trade
Madhavi Tata
Magazine | Sep 22, 2014 
opinion
Propriety over performance, it sounded the death knell for HMT
Chaya Srivatsa
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Opinion
In pure arithmetic terms, are you better off saving that money and handing over a fixed deposit to your child after 22 years?
Maheshwer Peri
Web | Sep 22, 2014 
Telangana: media
KCR takes offence, suffocates two channels
Madhavi Tata
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
essay
Gandhians with a Gun? Arundhati Roy plunges into the sea of Gondi people to find some answers...
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | Mar 29, 2010 
Re-review
A world of choppy emotions. Of trust, betrayals and guilts in which no one is wrong. Handled with grace and subtlety.
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Sino-India: Xi Visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping failed to break any new ground on three crucial areas
Pranay Sharma
Web | Sep 18, 2014 
Review
A talented Bangladeshi mathematician’s incredible sad story includes, as in Sebald and Eco, many worlds
Anvar Alikhan on In The Light Of What We Know By Zia Haider Rahman
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Rankings
The top five are still the IITs, but the order has got shuffled around a bit
Magazine | Jul 07, 2014 
Cover Story
India has 3,600 big dams—they have devoured 50 million people already. Silently. Now it's the turn of the Narmada.
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | May 24, 1999 
features: mumbai
Mumbai—a cramped, polluted, urban hell. Those who can are running for their lives.
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Magazine | Aug 18, 2014 
A recent flurry of private institutes has helped improve the scene, especially in south India
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006 
Mind your body
Though the food of gods, butter remains amongst the most misunderstood fats, along with milk and ghee.
Rujuta Diwekar
Magazine | Sep 08, 2014 
Remembrance
...once when she had the mental breakdown and now. I owe everything that I am today to my brief association with this magnificent woman. She was a rebel who lived life on her own terms, died on her own terms.
Mahesh Bhatt
Web | Jan 24, 2005 
disaster: jammu & Kashmir
Disastrous amnesia leaves a state with no alert on worst floods in 60 years
Magazine | Sep 22, 2014 
The 2014 Ig Nobel Prizes
Is it mentally hazardous for a human being to own a cat? What happens in the brains of people who see the face of Jesus in a piece of toast?
Web | Sep 19, 2014 
Film Music
There are countless examples of the harmonium's dazzling participation in films of the era gone by. When was the last time you noticed it in contemporary songs?
Rohit Mehrotra
Web | Sep 19, 2014 
tribute
Khushwant’s largeness of heart easily accommodated his few weaknesses
Bhaichand Patel
Magazine | Mar 31, 2014 
rankings
Magazine | Jun 28, 2010 
Opinion: IT Act
With yet another arrest in Palghar today, the focus seems fixed on the grossly misused provision of the IT Act. Exploring why this section is unconstitutional, how it came to be, the state of the law elsewhere, and how we can move forward.
Pranesh Prakash
Web | Nov 28, 2012 
View From UK
How the media shafted the people of Scotland.
George Monbiot
Web | Sep 18, 2014 
Mind your body
Are you willing to go beyond the packaged cereals and multigrain breads?
Rujuta Diwekar
Magazine | Jul 21, 2014 
INTERVIEW
The former CAG pulls no punches as he speaks out on why he chose to tell-all in his book and how there is no way Manmohan Singh can shirk responsibility in 2G and coal scams
Sunit Arora, Lola Nayar
Magazine | Sep 22, 2014 
Man With A Steel Frame
By refusing to take bribes, the Madurai collector has earned 18 transfers in 20 years, a modest house and bank balance and lots of respect
Pushpa Iyengar
Magazine | Aug 22, 2011 
Cover Story
"No one can get anything out of me or subdue me by threats, harsh treatment; it only makes me more stubborn, inflexible, unbending, determined. The only way anyone can get me to cooperate is to be nice to me, pamper me, cajole me, talk to me kindly, softly." —Jayalalitha in a March 1985 interview.
Ajith Pillai, A.S. Panneerselvan
Magazine | May 04, 1998 
Bypolls: Interview
'Modiji knows fully well when and when not, what and what not, how much and how little to speak openly and how much between the lines'
Outlook Web Bureau
Web | Sep 18, 2014 


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