August 05, 2020

Dileep Padgaonkar

  • Clearer Than The Mike
    Clearer Than The Mike

    Impeccable legwork, sensitivity are the hallmarks of Barkha Dutt’s career

  • A Man Of His World
    A Man Of His World

    Our prime minister is a one-man show. How has his governance fared in 2015?

  • A Pocketful Of Delight
    A Pocketful Of Delight

    The uncommon talent that was behind the Common Man

  • Why I Like Outlook
    Why I Like Outlook

    The reasons Sudheendra Kulkarni raps Outlook on the knuckles for are the very ones I would give to pat the...

  • Open The Pandora’s Box At Your Own Peril
    Open The Pandora’s Box At Your Own Peril

    Any act to repeal Article 370 faces hurdles. It would also send the Valley down a warpath.

  • The Holy Motions
    The Holy Motions

    The unchanged nature and new forms of Indian pilgrimage, and its ultimate telos

  • A Stirrup For A Begum
    A Stirrup For A Begum

    Hazrat Mahal, wife of Wajid Ali Shah, fought the British in 1857. A French journalist brings her little-known...

  • The Who-Said-What Nil Nisi Bonum Test
    The Who-Said-What Nil Nisi Bonum Test

    It’s a sight, ‘progressives’ adding to Thackeray’s iconisation

  • A Knight Rode The Columns
    A Knight Rode The Columns

  • On Another Man’s Wound
    On Another Man’s Wound

    Roger Casement—humanist, colonial, Irish nationalist—and his tragic life is recreated by the inimitable...

  • 'A New Compact...'
    'A New Compact...'

    'With The People Of Jammu And Kashmir': Final report by the Group of Interlocutors for J&K

  • The Master Revisited
    The Master Revisited

    Historian, statistician, Indologist, polyglot—there is a datedness to his political verities, but the...

  • Fish Till I Die
    Fish Till I Die

    Fish, coconut and spiritual bliss

  • Orientalist Confection
    Orientalist Confection

    Sharma's study of Golwalkar's worldview shows beyond a shadow of doubt that it is the very antithesis of what...

  • The Gentle Art
Of Statecraft
    The Gentle Art Of Statecraft

    Political savvy may not be seen as Manmohan Singh's forte, but read his speeches, you see a political man

  • Enter McKhana
    Enter McKhana

    McDonald's is a rage. But the Udupis, the Kamats snap at its heels.

  • Look Back In Languor
    Look Back In Languor

    A restrained telling of atrocities against Dalits, but sans rage, self-pity or radical rhetoric

  • Ordeal by Fire in the Killing Fields of Gujarat
    Ordeal by Fire in the Killing Fields of Gujarat

    Editors Guild of India Fact-Finding Mission Report

  • For Kind Publication
    For Kind Publication

    Letters to the editor are the victory of sense over soundbite

  • A Vision Vindicated
    A Vision Vindicated

    Camus' unfinished masterpiece reveals the writer's inner tensions

The Latest Issue

Outlook Videos