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Will he run the country like he’s run his campaign—around himself?
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
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Today Modi faces few naysayers. What will happen tomorrow?
Uttam Sengupta
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
A recent flurry of private institutes has helped improve the scene, especially in south India
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006 
Q: What do you predict for the Congress in this election? A: 'It's touch and go'
Sheela Reddy
Magazine | May 11, 2009 
A warily hopeful Pakistan considers life beside a Modi-led India
Mariana Baabar
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Free speech liberals should accept Navyana’s legal right to not publish Joe D’Cruz’s book, but nonetheless condemn its actions with the same vigour as they protested Penguin's decision regarding Doniger's book
Gautam Bhatia
Web | Apr 14, 2014 
Let us not expect Modi to relinquish his ideological roots. The BJP’s poll manifesto points to the limits of his flexibility.
N. Ram
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
The Modi campaign is a copycatting of US right-wing tactics
Harish Khare
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Disaffected youngsters are responding to hopelessness in ways politicos can’t fathom
Pragya Singh
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
jawaharlal nehru
A dapper PM. An alluring godwoman. A bunch of letters and a still-born child. Outlook unravels a little-known Nehru story...
Sheela Reddy
Magazine | Feb 23, 2004 
movie review
Gets way too random and hit and miss. Doesn’t feel fresh enough and lacks the vital spark.
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Campaign Diary
'Rahul Gandhi has reflected his immaturity and desperation by making the ‘Modi marriage’ as a political issue.'
Arun Jaitley
Web | Apr 12, 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 
With the Congress mess, the BJP almost had it in the bag...till the Church woke up
Arun Sinha
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
A new book chronicles Indira Gandhi's loves and gets rave reviews in the UK
Sanjay Suri, London
Magazine | Mar 26, 2001 
Cover Story
Some passages from Swamy's autobiography serialised in the Tamil weekly Kumudham, where he has poured venom and vitriol on Vajpayee and cast aspersions on his private life
Magazine | Mar 23, 1998 
Last Page
People still sniff with indignation at Nehru’s remark that the town was a “nest of spies”
Kai Friese
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
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Western media is still apprehensive of a Modi-led India
Pranay Sharma
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Once of the BJP, they are now against the BJP. And therefore their worst enemy.
Neelabh Mishra
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
state snippets
And the improvisations continue, leaving not even Medha Patkar immune...
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Web | Apr 14, 2014 
The buzz, the goss, the news, the juice. Snippets from all over
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
There’s no enthusiasm for the elections in this region, deadened by years of hardship
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
The BJP’s new high confounds recent history
Prithvi Datta Chandra Shobhi
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Rockefeller to Mandela, Vedanta to Anna Hazare.... How long can the cardinals of corporate gospel buy up our protests?
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | Mar 26, 2012 
Magazine | Jun 30, 2008 
Yashwant Sinha’s son Jayant hitches wagon to the Modi wave
Suman Shrivastava
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Azad’s plodding, BJP riding Modi wave
Ashutosh Sharma
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Pipraua hankers for a road. They haven’t got one, so they’re staying put.
Priyadarshini Sen
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
A few private colleges are catching up but there is still a huge gap between the good, bad, and inevitably, the ugly.
Magazine | Jun 11, 2007 
What If....
Indira and Rajiv might still be alive. The Nehru-Gandhi dynasty might have been consigned to history, but it also could have survived and flourished just as it does under the current generation.
Katherine Frank
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004 
Hindu and Hindutva are easily conflated, particularly since a rising Narendra Modi in India’s political discourse has raised the ire of those ideologically averse
Suhag A. Shukla
Web | Apr 10, 2014 
Football icon Baichung Bhutia hits a wall on the Gorkhaland issue
Nabendu Guha
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
She was a woman to love, to admire, and beyond that—to be feared
Khushwant Singh on Indira: The Life of Indira Nehru Gandhi By Katherine Frank
Magazine | Apr 09, 2001 
Top 10 schools in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh and the country's top residential schools
Magazine | Dec 16, 2002 
The Booker prize-winning author on her essay The Doctor and the Saint and more
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Mar 10, 2014 
The Secret Diary of
All filmstars keep secret diaries but mine is different. Being a Dream Girl, I use it only when I have dreams.
V. Gangadhar
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
the tejpal tapes
What the CCTV cameras saw when the Tehelka editor walked in and out of the elevator with a Young Woman in a Goa resort last November
Manu Joseph
Magazine | Apr 07, 2014 
The top 75 overall and the Top 10 breakdowns between govt and pvt colleges, zone and criteria wise
Outlook, MDRA
Magazine | Jun 25, 2012 
Elections 2004
While the Election Commission allowed exit-polls, the predictions of almost all the major TV channels conform more or less to the opinion polls so far.
Web | Apr 20, 2004 
The Outlook editor casts a candid eye on people across spheres
Vinod Mehta | Extracts from Lucknow Boy: A Memoir By Vinod Mehta
Magazine | Nov 21, 2011 
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The legacy of the lawless, from Mastan to Dawood
Saira Menezes
Magazine | Nov 29, 1995 
AAP's leadership has shown exemplary courage in its choice of representatives. Consider the troika of Medha Patkar, Soni Sori and S.P. Udayakumar...
Venu Madhav Govindu
Web | Apr 09, 2014 
Gandhians with a Gun? Arundhati Roy plunges into the sea of Gondi people to find some answers...
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | Mar 29, 2010 
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"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 
Identity Politics
Ambedkar knew that there would be outcasts as long as there are castes
Slavoj Žižek
Magazine | Aug 20, 2012 
10 Questions
The owner of Le 15 Patisserie and Studio Fifteen Culinary Centre in Mumbai talks about her The Big Book of Treats.
Stuti Agarwal
Magazine | Apr 21, 2014 
Why is there no widespread outrage at reports of booth capturing and democracy being strangled by money and muscle power?
Shalini Gupta
Web | Apr 12, 2014 
survey: growth
Two academics hold Gujarat up against other states to see if it grew more in the Modi decade than in the preceding 20 years
Maitreesh Ghatak, Sanchari Roy
Magazine | Mar 31, 2014 
Sangh parivar: women
Wisdom on women from a Rashtriya Sevika Sangh camp
Neha Dixit
Magazine | Jan 28, 2013 
Book Extract
Were the Untouchables always Untouchables? Why should beef-eating give rise to Untouchability at a later stage? What is the cause of the nausea which the Hindus have against beef-eating? Ambedkar sought some answers in 1948 which might help in our understanding of the Jhajjar killings.
B.R. Ambedkar | Extracts from Volume 7 of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches By B.R. Ambedkar
Web | Oct 22, 2002 


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