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Rajasthan Govt's Health Insurance Scheme Is Gasping For Life
Vasundhara Raje’s project is believed to have provided the framework for Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s national health protection scheme, Ayushman Bharat.
Oct 24, 2018
#MeToo | Is There A Need To Draw A Line?
There lies a cautionary tale embedded within the massed armour of charges—silences, selectivity, and perhaps questionable motives
Oct 11, 2018
We Should Keep The #MeToo Story Going: Sandhya Menon
Outlook speaks with journalist and writer Sandhya Menon—who called out prominent journalists for sexual harassment in the wake of the #MeToo wave.
Oct 11, 2018
#MeToo | Men Should Realise No Means No
Bollywood, comedy, and most damagingly, media...as industry after industry says #MeToo to guilt and complicity, it’s time organisations refuse consent to the predatory culture
Oct 11, 2018
The Damn Floods: Kerala’s Monster Monsoon Leaves Us With A Deluge Of Questions
Why does nearly every ‘natural’ disaster hit us on such a scale? What are we doing wrong? Who’s guilty? Kerala’s monster monsoon leaves us with a deluge of questions.
Aug 23, 2018
'Harappans United Regions Across 2 Million Sq KM’
Prof V.S. Shinde, senior archaeologist and vice-chancellor of Deccan College, explains how Rakhigarhi extends our understanding of the Harappan civilisation.
Aug 02, 2018
We Are All Harappans
The Rakhigarhi project shines light on an old enigma: the Harappans were genetically ‘Ancestral South Indian’ stock. Which is to say, all of us in South Asia are their children.
Aug 02, 2018
Each Journey Is Different And Valid, As Long As There Is Consent: Paromita Vohra
Filmmaker and writer Paromita Vohra speaks on themes of sexuality in India, the effect patriarchy has on it and why there is liberation in folks filming themselves having sex.
Jul 12, 2018
Sex Jehad: Religion In Pornographic Videos
Hindu-Muslim sex videos are quite the rage. Are they breaking the rules or reinforcing them?
Jul 12, 2018
I Choose When My Camera Is Uncovered: Filmmaker Qaushiq Mukherjee
Filmmaker Qaushiq Mukherjee talks about the camera as ‘voyeuristic’ device, his experiences in front of it and behind, and also about the politics of the image.
Jul 12, 2018
Rajasthan Health Insurance Scam: NIAC In Talks With State Agency
Government body is seeking to resolve deadlock with insurance PSU on de-empanelment of 66 hospitals over fraudulent claims
Jun 11, 2018
Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana
: This Is One Wedding Date That Could Be Marked On Your Calendar
In its essence, the Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Kharbanda flick is a love story well-told, mostly managing to rise above clichés in favour of a fairly tightly-knit narrative.
Nov 09, 2017
Is Rock-N-Roll In Poetic Motion
Ragnarok refuses to take itself too seriously, unlike the usual stuck-up superhero fare.
Nov 02, 2017
Were The Likes Of Savarkar A Norm, And Gandhi An Aberration In India, Asks Historian Ramachandra Guha
“Over the last 15 to 20 years, especially in the last 10 to 12 years, we are in danger of being reduced to an ‘election-only democracy,” he said.
Oct 10, 2017
Did Twitter Accommodate War Mongering Amid The Din Around 280 Characters?
Twitter said that it cannot take down Trump's post about North Korea as it was 'newsworthy'. Two days later, the cycle changed.
Sep 30, 2017
How Spin Masters Made You Believe Indians Have Maximum Confidence In Their Government
Indians’ confidence in their government was higher in 2007, fell to 55 percent in 2012. It stands at 73 percent now.
Jul 14, 2017
How A Jat Filmmaker Is Getting Threatened For A Film On Honour Killings In Haryana
'At least it has got a full-on reaction so far,' says the director
Jun 14, 2017
Arundhati RAI? How Fake News And A Bot-Account Incited Paresh Rawal And Nationalist Brigade
The ‘news’ of Roy’s statement to a Pakistan-based newspaper was big, if true.
May 24, 2017
Fake News Is Coming Out Of Ears, And It's A Face-Palm Moment For Indian Media
In two specific cases from Thursday, and in many more over the past few months, the 'national media' has come across as goofy and there are cases riddled with sloppy fact-checking
Apr 14, 2017
How Do Spies Operate, Communicate And Survive In A Foreign Land? A Spy-Master Explains
India and Pakistan have locked horns over the latter handing out a death-sentence to Kulbhushan Jadhav, an alleged spy
Apr 11, 2017
To Stop The Next Kasabs: 10 Years After 26/11, Is India Any Safer?
A Decade After 26/11 Attack, Justice Remains Elusive For Tukaram Omble's Family
Sabarimala Row: Activist Trupti Desai Stuck At Cochin Airport As Protesters Block Exit For Hours
Cyclone Gaja: Rains Lash TN, Puducherry As Storm Makes Landfall, Over 76,000 People Evacuated
RBI's Gurumurthy Praises Notes Ban, Says Economy Would Have Collapsed
Why Indian Railways Is Bad At Implementing Big-Ticket Projects
Tamil Nadu: A State For Statues
From Srinagar, A Tale Of 'Cabbage' And (W)Rath
What Makes India Powerful, What Sort Of A Country We Want
Indian Railways On A Name Changing Spree
The Relevance of Shah Rukh Khan Long After We’ve Stopped Running Through Mustard Fields
California Wildfires: Number Of Missing In Deadliest Wildland Fire Jumps Past 600, Trump Set To Visit
Afridi's Comments On Kashmir Endorsed By Pakistan Citizens: Shiv Sena
Will Go To Sabarimala Temple At Any Cost: Social Activist Trupti Desai
Maneka Gandhi Orders Probe After #MeToo Cases Surface In All India Radio
DUSU President Ankiv Baisoya Sacked Over Fake Degree Case
India’s 'First Ever' Tiger Translocation Project Stalled After Royal Bengal Tiger Found Dead In Odisha
IKEA Plans To Use Pollution-Causing Straws For Products In India
Delhi: Fashion Designer, Domestic Help killed In Vasant Kunj Double Murder
Home-Grown, Home-Slain: Why Militants In Kashmir Are Being Killed Near Their Homes
No Laughing On Bank Street: In Flexing For More Autonomy, RBI Runs Into Govt’s Plans
Varanasi: Modi Won A New Fort In 2014, His Hold Over It Still Seems Firm
Caesaria’s Misdirected Stabs
Karma Is A Woman | By Smriti Irani
Portrayal Of Women In Indian Cinema Has Changed Drastically: Vani Tripathy Tikoo
Outlook SpeakOut | Yes, We Hear You
Champion Of Many Courts | Ranjeet Ranjan
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