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Raiders Who Lost The Arc

Raiders Who Lost The Arc

Dec 19, 2015

In trying to discredit Arvind Kejriwal, is the BJP ending up hurting itself more?

The Purity Complex

The Purity Complex

Dec 11, 2015

A sadhvi has a bizarre logic to clean up Akhlaq’s village

A Free Lesson In iNEPtitude

A Free Lesson In iNEPtitude

Nov 27, 2015

Will the HRD minister’s desire to leave her mark spell doom for the draft new education policy?

Making Health Care Accessible

Making Health Care Accessible

Nov 10, 2015

In rural and most inaccessible parts of Madhya Pradesh, not unlike other parts of the country, efficiently health care is hardly, if ever, accessible.

The Creche Has No Cots

The Creche Has No Cots

Oct 16, 2015

Have the new adoption guidelines complicated matters further?

‘Many Don’t Want Children From The N-E’

‘Many Don’t Want Children From The N-E’

Oct 16, 2015

Maneka Gandhi, Union minister for women & child development, on the controversy generated by the decision of Missionaries of Charity to stop facilitating the adoption.

He’s Left On The Jet Plane

He’s Left On The Jet Plane

Oct 09, 2015

Why is the govt so reluctant to reveal the costs of our PM’s frequent foreign visits?

The Laws Of Refuge

The Laws Of Refuge

Sep 12, 2015

While steps are being taken to provide citizenship to Hindu minorities from different countries, Muslim minorities who fled government persecution are being treated with utter disregard.

With Reservations

With Reservations

Sep 04, 2015

In the storm that Hardik Patel has whipped up, will reservation become a farce that will have nothing to do with the really deserving?

In A Hot And Dusty Limbo

In A Hot And Dusty Limbo

Aug 28, 2015

A lot of promises. But Hindu refugees from Pakistan still live as Nowhere People.

The Gurney Grinds To A Sad Halt

The Gurney Grinds To A Sad Halt

Aug 21, 2015

A sharp cut in ESIC payouts denies poor workers treatment of chronic ailments

Ghost Of A Gram Sabha

Ghost Of A Gram Sabha

Aug 15, 2015

Invited to witness a village gram sabha organised by district officials in a Madhya Pradesh village, our reporter discovers things are not what they seem…

Trainer Takes It All

Trainer Takes It All

Jul 31, 2015

The govt’s Skill India campaign is looking like a Scam India campaign

The HoD, Revisited

The HoD, Revisited

Jul 27, 2015

Twenty years after journalist P. Sainath wrote about education in Alirajpur in Madhya Pradesh, Outlook visits the tribal district to find that, shockingly, things have gotten worse.

His Father’s Benefice

His Father’s Benefice

Jul 11, 2015

A whole system helps a PSU director appoint his son as management trainee

A Protest So They May Eat

A Protest So They May Eat

Jul 11, 2015

The protestors had to eat and eat a 'delicacy' their palates couldn't afford all these years.

In Which Mr Haridas Edged Out Mrs Haridas

In Which Mr Haridas Edged Out Mrs Haridas

Jul 03, 2015

Out go Romila Thapar, Irfan Habib, a host of solid domain specialists. The new panel is more of a who’s-that than a who’s-who of history.

‘Give Nuanced Offering At Undergrad Level Itself’

‘Give Nuanced Offering At Undergrad Level Itself’

Jun 26, 2015

Outgoing director of TISS S. Parasuraman on the growing demand for development professionals and the road ahead for social science education.

An Egg A Day…

An Egg A Day…

Jun 13, 2015

A ground report from Madhya Pradesh, a state that has banned eggs for children in government schools and anganwadis.

The Minister’s Whitewash

The Minister’s Whitewash

Jun 04, 2015

Twenty-one corruption cases await Nadda’s clearance for prosecution. Why does he dally?

The Lie Of The Land

The Lie Of The Land

May 29, 2015

In MP’s Bundelkhand region, a sarpanch-babu nexus means NREGA benefits dry up for the poor

Tale From A Terrace

Tale From A Terrace

Apr 03, 2015

A youth was shot dead. Did this set off the events leading to the massacre?

In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood

Mar 27, 2015

Was Hashimpura a revenge killing? Did Rajiv Gandhi’s PMO ignore the state CID note? A tale of subterfuge.

When The Haze Takes Over

When The Haze Takes Over

Mar 20, 2015

The NDA seems bent on subverting the RTI Act. Is the slow dismembering of the CIC part of the plan?

Mera Bharat Mahan

Mera Bharat Mahan

Feb 27, 2015

Development is what they gave up their land for. Dust is what Mahan got.

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