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Mind your body
To keep your nuts and bolts in the right places you should consider eating kaju
Rujuta Diwekar
Magazine | Sep 23, 2013 
mobile ties
Heaven’s lost the prerogative, relationships are now being made and broken on mobile phones
Ira Trivedi
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
Caught on the back foot by the humiliating backfiring of their fantastical Meerut scenario, it is now the turn of unethical media and ‘social science’ votaries to pitch in
Nivedita Menon
Web | Oct 28, 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 
Beef—it's the oldest shibboleth in the Indian mind. It is with textual evidence from Hindu, Buddhist and Jain canons that historian D.N. Jha takes on the sacred cow.
Sheela Reddy
Magazine | Sep 17, 2001 
While railing against the Congress, Modi is actually targeting regional parties. His strategy involves ensuring that the Congress loss does not become any regional party’s gain in state after state.
R.K. Misra
Web | Oct 29, 2014 
State Snippets
From Burdwan to Birbhum, there is just no dearth of embarrassment for the Trinamool.
Dola Mitra
Web | Oct 29, 2014 
leap of mind
When men were men, and the Brits were nervous. How would the titans have used social media?
Shovon Chowdhury
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
youth matrix
The head of the department of psychiatry at Nimhans Bangalore speaks on the present and future young of India with the insight of a sociologist and social psychiatrist
Sugata Srinivasaraju
Magazine | Oct 31, 2011 
vexed & hexed
The troubled tale of my many frustrations with what everyone loves
Vinod Mehta
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
Pankaj Mishra’s was more an ideological cry of pain than any honest appraisal of my book, says Patrick French
Patrick French
Magazine | Feb 14, 2011 
It’s a palm-sized electronic alter ego. It both chains us and invests us with a new freedom.
Mukul Kesavan
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
small towns
India’s small towns have grown upwardly mobile—and the mobile has speeded them
Santosh Desai
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
Top 10 schools in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh and the country's top residential schools
Magazine | Dec 16, 2002 
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 
politics: congress-bjp
The Congress can lament there. The BJP needs a triumphal arch.
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
Black Money
The BJP-led central government's latest turnaround raises key questions
Aam Aadmi Party
Web | Oct 27, 2014 
Is Surrogacy a human right or reproductive exploitation? Wild variation in regulations worldwide ensures it remains both.
Joseph Chamie, Barry Mirkin
Web | Oct 29, 2014 
The NID-trained designer works on crafting user experiences on mobile phones.
Sunit Arora
Magazine | Nov 03, 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 
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos says the next wave will come from mobile, the default mode of accessing the internet for the new generation.
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
Gujarat: administration
The curious reward-and-retribution handouts for top Gujarat cops, babus
R.K. Misra
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
Discontent and chaos in West Asia are rooted in treaties drafted at the close of World War I
Marc Grossman, Simon Henderson
Web | Oct 28, 2014 
Opinion a part of the world where the worst case has regularly been the best that’s on offer.
Peter Van Buren
Web | Oct 21, 2014 
Our biz schools are certainly Indian-made. As hope crawls back in the market, an expanded list shows better numbers.
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Oct 06, 2014 
Shazia Ilmi, Aamir Khan, Dibakar Banerjee, Alyque Padamsee, Narain Karthikeyan, K. Srikkanth, Ranjit Sinha, Vishwa Mohan Bhat, Hariharan, Gauhar Khan, Aditya Thackeray, Amish Tripathi, Sandip Ray, Roopa Ganguly, Amar Singh, Makarand Deshpande, K.T. Rama Rao, Vikas Swarup, Gulzar
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
In the climax of Anand, when the audience saw Rajesh Khanna die on-screen, it didn’t bother about anyone else; but in Namak Haraam, Khanna’s cinematic death ended up giving Amitabh Bachchan a new lease of life.
Gautam Chintamani | Extracts from Dark Star: The Loneliness of Being Rajesh Khanna By Gautam Chintamani
Web | Oct 22, 2014 
View From Israel
The most popular name in the Jewish state? Muhammad. What to do? Simple: you just omit the Arab names. No Muhammad.
Uri Avnery
Web | Oct 24, 2014 
Mind your body
There really is more to food beyond the limited labels of dieting, calories and fattening.
Rujuta Diwekar
Magazine | Oct 27, 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 
Gandhians with a Gun? Arundhati Roy plunges into the sea of Gondi people to find some answers...
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | Mar 29, 2010 
For The Record
The former law minister writes to the finance minister on the black money issue: 'I strongly suspect that your conduct shows that you too like many others do not want truth to come out'
Ram Jethmalani
Web | Oct 24, 2014 
Full Text
The SC upholds its order jailing Subrata Roy Sahara and slams "affronts, jibes and carefully and consciously planned snubs" by his lawyers
Jagdish Singh Khehar, K.S. Radhakrishnan
Web | May 06, 2014 
culture wars
An air thick with innuendo and contempt produces a new stigma: meat-eating
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014 
For The Record
The controversial text of the Naval chief's address where his remarks on 'Coping with China' -- specifically that 'it would be foolhardy to compare India and China as equals' -- have attracted a lot of media attention and criticism
Sureesh Mehta
Web | Aug 12, 2009 
With the same old idiots using it, smart tech doesn’t do too much
Vijay Nambisan
Magazine | Nov 03, 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 
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 
The co-author of Cell Phone Nation looks at our smallest instrument of communication as it changes the way we live.
Anuradha Raman
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 
Patrick French's armchair exercise parrots the rosy Western view of India, shunning rigour and ignoring depth for shallow deftness. His 'portrait' is a catalogue of absences.
Pankaj Mishra on India: A Portrait—An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People By Patrick French
Magazine | Jan 31, 2011 
A recent flurry of private institutes has helped improve the scene, especially in south India
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006 
phone tapping
A new off-the-air GSM device tracks phone calls, e-mail and SMSes, helping the state spy on its own folk
Saikat Datta
Magazine | May 03, 2010 
heritage: arthashastra
It’s hundred years since the discovery of Chanakya’s great work from a manuscript
Sugata Srinivasaraju
Magazine | Jul 27, 2009 
Big companies are no answer, SMEs will push manufacturing, jobs
Rama Bijapurkar
Magazine | Oct 06, 2014 
Why kill over a people’s dietary preference for beef?
Meena Kandasamy
Magazine | Apr 30, 2012 
the ladies have feelings, so...
"I am, apparently, a writer-activist. (Like a sofa-bed.) Why does that make me flinch?" asks Arundhati Roy. Because it suggests writers are too effete to come up with the clarity for debate. "Go and play with your toys, leave the real world to us," goes the taunt.
Free Speech: Your Take
Arundhati Roy
Magazine | Jan 14, 2002 
30 Years
Jis tann lãgé soee jãné’, a Punjabi saying goes. Only she whose body is hurt, knows.
Gauri Gill
Web | Oct 31, 2014 
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 
Loudly shouting "Racist!" over the voices of critics, as Ben Affleck did over Maher and Sam Harris last week, isn't going to make the issue go away...
Ali A. Rizvi
Web | Oct 08, 2014 
Last Page
I had my epiphany one evening in 1991 in Guruvayur from where I was trying to call the US embassy for a fix on my green card renewal appointment...
Rajeev Chandrasekhar
Magazine | Nov 03, 2014 


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