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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 
Opinion
Those gathered at the graveyard were not there to protest. They came to sympathise because they are also victims.?
Aakar Patel
Web | Aug 02, 2015 
Review
A study looks at Ashoka’s extant, physical heritage and celebrates his ideals as essential to the idea of India
Pramod Kumar KG on Ashoka In Ancient India By Nayanjyot Lahiri
Magazine | Aug 03, 2015 
excerpt
On the day Bhindranwale was declared killed, I, a Hindu stranger, was at his house. No one killed me for looking Hindu, but Sikhs in Delhi were massacred for being Sikhs.
Sanjay Suri | Extracts from 1984 The Anti-Sikh Violence And After By Sanjay Suri
Magazine | Jul 06, 2015 
Rankings
IIT — Delhi, Mumbai and Kharagpur top the charts as always
Magazine | Jul 06, 2015 
bollywood: baba bajrangi
Long the villain of the piece, Pakistan becomes another character in Bo llywood with Bajrangi
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Aug 03, 2015 
appraisal: the indian muslim
Two Muslims passed on July 30, made larger-than-life in death
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
kalam's journey
Rocket man, president and inspiration for generations of Indians, Abdul Kalam finally tells his story. Excerpts from his forthcoming autobiography.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam | Extracts from My Journey By A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Magazine | Aug 26, 2013 
opinion
Do away with the death sentence. It’s vengeance legalised.
Varun Gandhi
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
environment
It’s a clear and present danger. Modi sarkar is diluting, amending, fast-tracking—India’s environment is at stake.
Lola Nayar, Prachi Pinglay-Plumber, Madhavi Tata, Minu Ittyipe
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
EXCLUSIVE: controversy Skill India
The govt’s Skill India campaign is looking like a Scam India campaign
Pavithra S. Rangan
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Impression
Set as the backdrop to an inane world that was always trying to throw yesterday into the face of now, it was incongruous and it was magnificent.
Anjana Basu
Web | Aug 03, 2015 
REPORTAGE
A two-week stay would have clashed with August 15 Independence Day celebrations.
Vrinda Gopinath
Web | Aug 01, 2015 
Book Extract
A sad but glorious end to what was supposed to have been a ten-day cruise.
Prabhu Ghate | Extracts from HOOF AND WHEEL: TRAVELS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH By Prabhu Ghate
Web | Aug 03, 2015 
Opinion
The second part of the comparative study on India and Indonesia and the challenges they face.
Pallavi Aiyar
Web | Aug 02, 2015 
Opinion
Does Kalam's Islamic liberalism, or following Hindu traditions make him less of a Muslim? Or is it Sangh Parivar's recognition of Kalam's work that has become a cause for concern for many Muslims leading them to question Kalam's religious roots and interest?
Najid Hussain
Web | Jul 18, 2002 
For The Record
Copy of the leaked DOT order blocking 857 websites on grounds of 'morality' and 'decency'.
Web | Aug 03, 2015 
Opinion
A recent book called Aarushi has revived interest in a case that, seven years later, remains an enduring mystery...
Mihir Srivastava
Web | Aug 01, 2015 
excerpt
Exclusive excerpts from President Kalam’s last project, the forthcoming book Advantage India
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam | Extracts from Advantage India By A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Opinion
The sooner a spineless Left dies, the better it is for Left politics generally…
Saroj Giri
Web | Jul 31, 2015 
A recent flurry of private institutes has helped improve the scene, especially in south India
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006 
Magazine | Jun 30, 2008 
Movie Review
The director depicts the existential threats that plague daily lives of ordi­nary Indians and their unsung battle for survival.
Dola Mitra
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Rankings
The top five are still the IITs, but the order has got shuffled around a bit
Magazine | Jul 07, 2014 
Impression
All mothers at the other end of a telephone line acquire a strange mélange of superpowers...
Vatsala Mamgain
Web | Aug 04, 2015 
Opinion
Child porn is hard to beat because it thrives in the "dark" Internet where, it is thriving unwatched.
Shruti Chopra
Web | Jul 20, 2015 
essay
Christianity, a threat to Hinduism? Data and historical evidence prove otherwise.
Tony Joseph
Magazine | Apr 13, 2015 
Opinion
A list of the most fundamental challenges confronting India today could just as well be Indonesia's...
Pallavi Aiyar
Web | Aug 01, 2015 
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 
Opinion
The hanging of Yakub Memon, reminds some of us of the deeply flawed nature of the Indian police, investigative agencies and politicians.
Saba Naqvi
Web | Jul 30, 2015 
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 
Interview
Pilot-turned-politician Rajiv Pratap Rudy talks about the government’s skilling initiative.
Outlook
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Ghulam Hasnain
Magazine | Nov 20, 2000 
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Madhavi Tata, Prarthna Gahilote, Uttam Sengupta, Pranay Sharma
Magazine | Jul 06, 2015 
environment
The Sangh is unhappy with the BJP’s growth obsession at environmental cost
Prarthna Gahilote
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Presidency
The so called People's Front dissolves, the Left looks for its own Muslim, while the congress goes into a funk on the nomination of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. Insights into the mind of the man.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Web | Jun 10, 2002 
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 
Book Review
Avirook Sen's book raises disturbing questions about the delivery of justice.
Uttam Sengupta on Aarushi By Avirook Sen
Web | Jul 12, 2015 
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 
punjab: terror attack
Will Punjab be new front for Pak? An attack revives old fears.
Pranay Sharma, Chander Suta Dogra
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
tribute
An aggregation of positives, plus that halo, made Kalam an icon
Dilip Bobb
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Pritam Sengupta, Madhavi Tata, Uttam Sengupta, Meetu Jain
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Reportage
The unusual predicament of three workers symbolises the exploitation Indian labour faces in Malaysia…
Pragya Singh
Web | Aug 01, 2015 
WEB EXTRA
Fortunately, resistance to such dispossession and displacement is gaining ground…
Ashish Kothari
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
Interview
Union minister of environment and forests Prakash Javadekar denies pro-corporate bias at the cost of environment.
Lola Nayar
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
hyderabad: townscape
A heritage hospital in need of an extensive refit. KCR’s men insist on a demolition job.
Madhavi Tata
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015 
back to the future
Scientists, technologists must always ask themselves: what social need do we meet? A blueprint for such an engaged practice, from India's Scientist-President.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Magazine | Jul 18, 2005 
essay
Hindu religious leaders might draw a page or two of sense from Pope Francis’s encyclicals on poverty, inequality, climate change
Sudheendra Kulkarni
Magazine | Aug 03, 2015 
Interview
The chairman of Madurai-based Aravind Eye Care hospitals has some advice for the government
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Jun 25, 2012 
Opinion
Emperors had men incurring their displeasure trampled by elephants. The civilized modern state hangs them. But why is that all attributed to 'Raj Dharma'?
Uttam Sengupta
Web | Jul 29, 2015