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Once repression and injustice drove Muslims towards the State. This couldn’t last, of course, with the...
A Gandhi memorabilia auction meets official torpor, private concern
Bigamy in the name of Muslim Personal Law can be challenged in court. But who complains?
Javelin to baseball, two rustic UPites hit major league
On the most common sexual problems, the changing nature of Indian sexuality, and his new book
The author of Sacred Games talks about his sense of both shock and déjà vu as he witnessed the terrorist...
The wife of the former British prime minister on her memoir Speaking for Myself
Gadget freaks, rejoice! There's plenty to rid you of itchy fingers...
...the instrument for progress was the PSU
It was the time of big dams, new universities and colleges
In the 1960 Rome Olympics, most of the spectators had never seen a Sikh before
The Indus Water Treaty was the last piece in the long divorce between India and Pakistan
India had imposed an embargo on the province, and even torn up rail tracks
...painting was genteel, and not meant to hurt; it was a part of being 'cultured'
...movement to create a Marathi language state with Mumbai as its capital was at its height
...the time when austerity was coming to an end
... was very young, divided and orphaned
Those were radio days.
The big question at that time was, "After Nehru, who?"
These were happy times for Indian cinema
In God's Own Country, It's Reboot Time For Tourism Sector In Kerala
Left Out Of Centre
Scared Of The High And Mighty, Odisha Police Is Always At His Master's Service
Unlocking A Lockdown: Outlook Presses On
Smuggled In Diplomatic Baggage, Kerala Gold Smuggling Case Sparks Row
Gangster Vikas Dubey, Wanted In Killing Of 8 Policemen, Arrested
Planet Outlook Ep 05: India’s Misunderstood Rivers With Manoj Mishra
The Outlier Ep5 - Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, in conversation with Satish Padmanabhan