Profile of Saikat Datta
In Meerut, the army is putting 51 men and officers through a grinding inquiry
Interrogation reports reveal the mind of young Maoist recruits in Chhattisgarh
The proposed Privacy Bill seems skewed towards the state rather than the citizen
No one’s buying the government’s desperate arguments to keep the prime minister above Lokpal scrutiny
Almost 24 years ago, two Indian naval officers were quietly sent off to the United States to attend a training course that few really knew much about. Since then it has been a tragedy of monumental neglect...
Time our security establishment learnt from the systemic changes and reform that has been attempted by the US in the two decades between the disaster in Iran, the 9/11 attack and the subsequent war against terror in Afghanistan
Lokpal Bill discussions are sure to see standoffs
The Centre plans a clean-up in tainted intel agency NTRO
Shourie’s explanations do not hold water in the face of evidence that Outlook has accessed
Did Arun Shourie gift the Tatas 773 acres of land which should have been demerged before VSNL’s disinvestment but wasn’t?
The humiliation of 1962, the Rubaiya Sayeed hostage crisis, the Al Faran kidnapping of foreign tourists, IC 814... or even the recent abduction of the district collector of Malkangiri in Orissa and a junior engineer by Maoists...
Long overdue, a taskforce report on how to reform our intel agencies
The CBI sets out to track the money trail from 2G beneficiaries to Kalaignar TV
The Tata letter praising A. Raja raises more questions
An MP’s letter exposes the Tata Realty-Unitech nexus
The confessions of NSCN(IM) leader Anthony Shimray show exactly how China is fuelling India’s northeastern insurgencies
The SC pulls up the Centre, Andhra Pradesh on the Azad ‘encounter’ death
RAW, IB get new chiefs. All their creative energy will be needed.
The first set of tapes was a selective leak. What lies under?
Radia could even have known she was being probed
It’s 14 months after the FIR, but the CBI raids may still uncover much
Fresh tapes of intercepted conversations of the lobbyist Niira Radia underline the key role she assigned to the media as an intermediary in achieving her business and political goals.
What if I am a journalist covering the ministry of defence? What if an arms dealer (or lobbyist) becomes one of my “legitimate sources” for news?
The Centre contrives to stall the Rs 2,500-crore rice scam inquiry
A personnel crisis leaves espionage in the hands of a gerontocracy