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‘I’m More Interested In Broken Narratives’, Says Author Sonal Kohli

‘I’m More Interested In Broken Narratives’, Says Author Sonal Kohli

Dec 12, 2021

Sonal Kohli’s ‘The House Next To The Factory’ is a masterclass in writing. In under 200 pages she charts the course of three decades of the Indian middle class. Her effortless, delightful prose is a treat to relish.

'We All Make Mistakes': Ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi Gets Candid At Book Launch

'We All Make Mistakes': Ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi Gets Candid At Book Launch

Dec 09, 2021

Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi answered several questions pertaining to some controversial moments in his career from the sexual harassment case against him to the Ayodhya verdict during the launch of his autobiography ‘Justice For The Judge’.

Top Five Protest Hip-Hop Numbers That Gave Confidence To Generations Of Singers To Grab The Mic

Top Five Protest Hip-Hop Numbers That Gave Confidence To Generations Of Singers To Grab The Mic

Dec 06, 2021

Outlook revisits some of the most iconic hip-hop songs that gave confidence to generations of singers across the world to grab the mic and speak up.

Poetry, Protest, Pain, Pathos: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Poetry, Protest, Pain, Pathos: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Nov 24, 2021

Over the past two years, from Shaheen Bagh to Tikri Border, protestors have found hope in the verses of old greats such as Faiz to contemporary poets such as Varun Grover.

'My Son's Suicide Was The Darkest Moment In My Life': Kabir Bedi On His 'Rise, Ruin And Ressurection'

'My Son's Suicide Was The Darkest Moment In My Life': Kabir Bedi On His 'Rise, Ruin And Ressurection'

Nov 22, 2021

In an interview with Outlook, about his autobiography ‘Stories I Must Tell’, actor Kabir Bedi shares some highs and lows of his life including interviewing The Beatles and the suicide of his son.

Farm Laws Repealed: How 'Trolley Times' Became The Silent Voice Of Protest

Farm Laws Repealed: How 'Trolley Times' Became The Silent Voice Of Protest

Nov 21, 2021

With over 60k followers on Instagram, 'Trolley Times' was started a year ago as a platform for alternate voices that are not heard on traditional media portals today.

A Poet’s View On The Victory Of The Farmers

A Poet’s View On The Victory Of The Farmers

Nov 20, 2021

As the Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the government’s decision to repeal the three farm laws, Kushal Poddar expresses his emotions through a poem titled Firm.

How Pash's Poetry Kept Farmers' Protest Spirited

How Pash's Poetry Kept Farmers' Protest Spirited

Nov 19, 2021

The stirring poem, titled 'Sab Ton Khatarnaak' (The Most Dangerous), has become the leitmotif of the farmers' protests. And like a slow burning flame, it kept the hearts of many protestors, in cold dark nights, lit with hope.

Bringing Children Adopted By Foreigners And Indian Parents Together, One Reunion At A Time

Bringing Children Adopted By Foreigners And Indian Parents Together, One Reunion At A Time

Nov 17, 2021

What happens to Indian orphans who are adopted by foreigners, when they want to trace their biological parents? Help is now at hand.

Gadchiroli Encounter: 26 Killed, Maoists Face Big Jolt After Three Top Leaders Taken Out Of Action

Gadchiroli Encounter: 26 Killed, Maoists Face Big Jolt After Three Top Leaders Taken Out Of Action

Nov 13, 2021

Three Maoist, who have been arrested or killed over the course of last 24 hours, carried reward of Rs 1 crore each and were among the most wanted in India.

The Art Of Masood Hussain: Kashmir, Vitasta And Jalodbhava

The Art Of Masood Hussain: Kashmir, Vitasta And Jalodbhava

Oct 14, 2021

Famous Artist Masood grew up painting, as he puts it, Kashmir’s rustic charm, her fertile fields, white turban wearing peaks, her laughing streams and sobbing lakes, and her spectacular autumn foliage

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