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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 
Gujarat: administration
The curious reward-and-retribution handouts for top Gujarat cops, babus
R.K. Misra
Magazine | Oct 27, 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 
politics: congress-bjp
The Congress can lament there. The BJP needs a triumphal arch.
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
Satyarthi’s Nobel only reinforces the West’s warped superiority
Francois Gautier
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
The Prime Minister seems to be locked in a game of strip poker with the Congress. One by one, he is peeling off both—their greats and governments.
R.K. Misra
Web | Oct 21, 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 
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 
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 
There's a tectonic shift in the global energy balance of power away from western international oil companies, or IOCs, and towards state-owned national oil companies, NOCs, in emerging markets.
Deepak Gopinath
Web | Oct 21, 2014 
diwali discounts
Online players change the rules of the festival sale game, often bearing the cut themselves
Arindam Mukherjee
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
Kailash Satyarthi gets the Nobel but was he working against India’s trade interests in the ’90s? And why lobby for the prize since 2005?
Mihir Srivastava
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
State Snippets
Though suspended Trinamool MP Kunal Ghosh has been named by the CBI, rumour has it that the agency is zeroing in on some “very influential and top politicians” including those of the ruling party
Dola Mitra
Web | Oct 22, 2014 
film: shiva anniversary
Shiva broke many moulds, set up the career of RGV. Now, 25 years on...
Madhavi Tata
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
culture wars
An air thick with innuendo and contempt produces a new stigma: meat-eating
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014 
From the memoirs of a French adventurer who served at Tipu’s court
Francois Gautier
Magazine | Apr 15, 2013 
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 
history: Gandhi
She was his ‘pearl’; he her ‘law-giver’. Gandhi’s relationship with Saraladebi Chowdhurani in 1919-1920 charged his politics, threatened his marriage and alarmed his disciples.
Pramod Kapoor
Magazine | Oct 13, 2014 
A Gujarat HC order seeks to draw the curtains on Snoopgate
Ashish Khetan
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
Top 10 schools in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Chandigarh and the country's top residential schools
Magazine | Dec 16, 2002 
Why is academia being inoculated against thinking, political minds?
Brinda Bose, Prasanta Chakravarty
Magazine | Oct 27, 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 
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 
jump cut
The Modi government’s policy of how to deal with Pakistan raises some serious concerns.
Pranay Sharma
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
For The Record
The noted lawyer writes to the BJP President blaming "the corrupt collaborators" of the corrupt UPA within the BJP
Ram Jethmalani
Web | May 30, 2013 
EXCLUSIVE muzaffarnagar rape survivors
Chilling accounts of rape survivors in the Jat-Muslim riot that changed the contours of the UP election
Neha Dixit
Magazine | Aug 04, 2014 
View From Britain
There is now no such thing as society. We are now entering a post-social condition our ancestors would have believed impossible. Our lives are becoming nasty, brutish and long.
George Monbiot
Web | Oct 17, 2014 
To counter Modi, the ‘idea of India’ has to be made fashionable again
Ashish Khetan
Magazine | Sep 29, 2014 
Suryadevara Ramachandra Rao gives Surat a new look, making it India’s second cleanest city
Shekhar Ghosh
Magazine | Nov 27, 1996 
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 
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 
Mind your body
There really is more to food beyond the limited labels of dieting, calories and fattening.
Rujuta Diwekar
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
An open letter to the RSS chief, Muslim bashing ain’t working
Hasan Suroor
Magazine | Sep 15, 2014 
A recent flurry of private institutes has helped improve the scene, especially in south India
Magazine | Jul 17, 2006 
The documentary filmmaker, journalist, and artist on the fascinating stotries behind her new movie on the Edward Snowden case, Citizenfour
Tom Engelhardt
Web | Oct 20, 2014 
Full Index
All the 140 available audios -- a work in progress with transcripts getting added on an on-going basis and names being identified, added and corrected
Web | Nov 18, 2010 
On the 1960s movement against cow slaughter led by then RSS chief
Saba Naqvi
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014 
It remains unclear what strategic purpose the apparently massive use of firepower has served, or what material damage it has inflicted on military or vital infrastructure.
Ajai Sahni, Anurag Tripathi
Web | Oct 13, 2014 
Snapshot of a community: population per state - the rich, the poor and the educated...
Magazine | Jun 04, 2007 
Last Page
If you go to Greece on a holiday, you will surely go to Athens. The other must-do is a cruise to its famous islands...
Ravi Sharma
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
indo-pak skirmish border villages
While TV anchors ratchet up war rhetoric and patriotic fervour, people at the receiving end on the border pay a heavy, undeserved cost
Ashutosh Sharma
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
culture clubs
In big, bad Delhi, minority groups create their own party space
Francis Maindl, Sakshi Virmani
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
While denying bail to M. Salman, the trial court judge noted that his crime was worse than murder. The alleged crime? Not standing up when the national anthem was played in a cinema before a movie
Apar Gupta
Web | Oct 16, 2014 
AI In Music
But the day when music is finally and irrevocably reduced to syntactic pattern and pattern alone will be, to my old-fashioned way of looking at things, a very dark day indeed.
Douglas Hofstadter
Magazine | Jul 15, 2002 
It managed to capture the youth unrest of the times in a manner that still strikes a chord.
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 
Jhunjhunwala, the emerging bull, is the current darling of retail investors
Kayezad E. Adajania
Magazine | Oct 13, 2003 
Music in Movies
Those 'who haven’t sung many songs for Hindi films because of not having a star-friendly voice’
Rohit Mehrotra
Web | Oct 17, 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 
State Snippets
If Tihar jail has become infamous for its roll call of the who’s who from the DMK, the party's strongmen are not too far behind in Tamil Nadu where one land scam after another is surfacing with routine regularity
Pushpa Iyengar
Web | Aug 05, 2011 
film: fanboys
A cabal of Salman-worshipping males
Namrata Joshi
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014 


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