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Satire
The Odd and Even scheme has followed me to Bangalore…
Dilip Bobb
Web | Feb 04, 2016 
Rankings
IIT — Delhi, Mumbai and Kharagpur top the charts as always
Magazine | Jul 06, 2015 
Book Extract
The moment I entered the room, he stood up and said: "Hats off to the man who can talk to the President of India in this language"
G.S. Chawla | Extracts from Bloodshed in PUNJAB: Untold Saga of Deceit and Sabotage
Web | Feb 05, 2016 
opinion
A Black American's first-hand experience of footpath India: no one even wants to change
Diepiriye Kuku
Magazine | Jun 29, 2009 
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 
cover story
Fed up with troubled marriages, women in Kashmir are seeking divorce and getting it—from regular and Sharia courts
Priyadarshini Sen
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Outlook-drshti Survey
Are our B-schools ready to ride the start-up wave? And the big churn in our mid-segment rankings.
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Oct 05, 2015 
Opinion
A visit to Bundelkhand reveals a chilling state of affairs—one wrought in equal amount by nature, state negligence and policy failure
Yogendra Yadav
Magazine | Feb 08, 2016 
Reportage
Insensitivity apart, the three ministers harping abut Rohith Vemula's Dalit antecedents are wrong in law…
Bula Devi
Web | Feb 04, 2016 
rohith vemula
The deeper you go into the Rohith Vemula story, the more you find dignity. Outside it, pettiness still rules.
Madhavi Tata
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Reportage
Resentment rises among Muslim women as political parties fail to address their concerns. Many say they would welcome a uniform civil code.
Dola Mitra
Web | Feb 03, 2016 
What If...
The Indian state might have become less a master and more a servant of the Indian people and the hierarchies in the society might have become less steep.
Rajmohan Gandhi
Magazine | Aug 23, 2004 
pearl scam
Remaining below the radar for over 20 years, the Pearl group has raked in crores, leaving investors in hot water. How did it happen?
Meetu Jain
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Opinion
Parrikar and Doval talk, but terror demands action
Ashok K. Mehta
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Opinion
The text of Rohith Vemula’s suicide note holds the key to understanding his death. It doesn’t speak like those who claim to speak for him.
Balbir K. Punj
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Interview
National Commission for Scheduled Castes' PL Punia on the Rohith Vemula controversy
Bula Devi
Web | Feb 02, 2016 
Investor summits
Why does it sound familiar captains of industry praise a state to high heavens? Why, because they say exactly the same things everywhere!
Arushi Bedi
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Ground Zero
People living on the Israeli border learn to live with war. A first-person account.
Zenobia Ravji
Magazine | Aug 04, 2014 
regional cinema
A Bangalorean theatre legend takes Bollywood by storm with his debut role.
Ajay Sukumaran
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Opinion
Is being a celeb enough to deserve an award now?
Dilip Bobb
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Exclusive: Interview
Jessica Lal's sister, for the first time, lashes out against the dubious role played by Bina Ramani and some senior police officials, including Amod Kanth, then joint commissioner. Updates
Bhavna Vij-Aurora
Magazine | Apr 10, 2006 
Opinion
Overweight and prosperous looking, Shah is a Hindutvawadi of the middle class Gujarati type
Aakar Patel
Web | Jan 31, 2016 
Last Page
There’s a restaurant called ‘Gandhi’, jointly owned by a Pakistani and an Indian. The Mahatma would be pleased.
Prabha Chandran
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Interview
The man who has brought quick divorce settlements to many aggrieved women in J&K on the sudden spurt in divorce cases in the Valley.
Priyadarshini Sen
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
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 
Society
A flourishing industry makes the phantom world increasingly accessible
Shameem Akhtar
Magazine | Nov 03, 1997 
Happenings
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Opinion
What will Arunachal Pradesh be like under President’s rule? Will it be able to retain its fierce spirit during these uncertain times?
Moji Riba
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
exclusive: meeting ed snowden - I
John Cusack in Conversation with Arundhati Roy
John Cusack
Magazine | Nov 16, 2015 
controversy
Beef in the bathroom? Dadri sees an echo in Dewas: except, the cops arrived.
K.S. Shaini
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Opinion
Land can be divided and borders can be invented but language continues to transcend these man-made walls…
Ali Khan Mahmudabad
Web | Feb 02, 2016 
Opinion
This photgraph is of all that CPI leader A.B. Bardhan left behind when he died recently. Writer Amit Chaudhuri responds to it, ruminating on life, death and possessions.
Amit Chaudhuri
Magazine | Feb 08, 2016 
View From Israel
All the moral people in all the countries of the world should see it as their duty to help those groups and persons inside Israel who continue to fight for democracy, justice and equality.
Uri Avnery
Web | Feb 03, 2016 
campus/abvp
Since the NDA came to power at the Centre, the BJP’s student wing has been asserting its unruly presence
Uttam Sengupta, Ushinor Majumdar
Magazine | Feb 08, 2016 
Interview
The chairman of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes on BJP's tokenism for Dalits and the IB's manipulated report on Rohith Vemula's death
Bula Devi
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
interview
Harvard Professor Diana L. Eck, author of Benares, City of Lights on scared rivers, pluralism, atheism and the need for faith.
Prachi Pinglay-Plumber
Magazine | Feb 01, 2016 
Review
A former career communicator’s book must be culled for tips by the PMO
Krishna Prasad on Conflict Communication: Chronicles Of a Communicator By I. Ramamohan Rao
Magazine | Feb 01, 2016 
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Prarthna Gahilote, Sunit Arora, Mihir Srivastava, Bula Devi, Pritam Sengupta
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Review
A timely reminder of political intrigues that play out in the national capital.
Uttam Sengupta on Bloodshed In Punjab By G.S. Chawla
Magazine | Feb 15, 2016 
Cover Story
The world may be looking at India. But two years of drought are taking their toll on village economies, precipitating large-scale migration.
Lola Nayar
Magazine | Feb 08, 2016 
essay
Christianity, a threat to Hinduism? Data and historical evidence prove otherwise.
Tony Joseph
Magazine | Apr 13, 2015 
Reportage
Migration is on the rise in Madhya Pradesh as farmers grapple with rising debts amid ruined or damaged crop
K.S. Shaini
Web | Feb 05, 2016 
Snapshot of a community: population per state - the rich, the poor and the educated...
Magazine | Jun 04, 2007 
Interview
The chairman of Madurai-based Aravind Eye Care hospitals has some advice for the government
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Jun 25, 2012 
Satire
A list of the most bizarre and eccentric books ever to be published
Dilip Bobb
Web | Jan 27, 2016 
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 
Reportage
In what is being called a political witch hunt, Maharashtra governor gave sanction to prosecute Ashok Chavan even though it was denied by the previous one.
Meetu Jain
Web | Feb 05, 2016 
essay
So afraid is the government of this paralysed wheelchair-bound academic that the Maharashtra police had to abduct him for arrest
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | May 18, 2015 
Opinion
Would any of the self-righteous, concerned voices have bothered about Rohith Vemula’s life and travails if he had not died so eloquently?
S. Anand
Magazine | Feb 01, 2016 
male prostitution
They are unintelligent and risque, crass and dirty. Yet they make anywhere between Rs 5,000 and Rs 20,000 a night. They are the Indian gigolos. Their world is about desire and passion. Of frustrated and loveless women. They are...
Shefalee Vasudev
Magazine | Sep 26, 2005