Profile of Thufail Pt
In the middle of the eco-friendly habitat, residents have woken up to a shock of the construction of a Crownway road which threatens to damage the ambience of Auroville - a quaint experiment of Human Unity.
A teacher has refused to accept a job offer as the institution insisted that she wear saree on campus. Meanwhile, a government school has introduced gender-neutral uniform for its students, perhaps the first such instance in the country.
Manjamma Jogathi is today known as Matha B Manjamma Jogathi, the transgender dancer who received Padma Shri for her contribution to art. Here's her journey so far.
‘Lokame Tharavadu’ contemporary art exhibition showcases works of known and unknown faces.
Kerala professor TJ Joseph, whose hand was chopped off by Islamic fanatics, speaks about his autobiography ‘A Thousand Cuts,’ why he doesn’t hate his attackers and how he hopes for a better tomorrow.
A discipline earned while tackling Covid-19 may have saved Kerala from a wide outbreak of Nipah. Despite thin resources, the state health machinery kicked in to put checks in place. The outbreak, most probably spiraled out of bat-bitten Rambutan fruits.
Olympian PT Usha shares her memories of the late Milkha Singh
Lakshadweep-based filmmaker Aisha Sultana has been booked for sedition for alleging that bioweapons were used spreading Covid-19 in the islands
If the mainland’s culture is imposed upon the island, the islanders would have to move out from the island, says the multi-faceted marine researcher
'Liquor and beef are just diversion tactics, land is the administrator’s main ambition,' says Lakshadweep MP Mohammed Faizal PP
Mormukut Sharma, whose video from the ambush site went viral, reveals even more dreadful stories from the ground.
It is a strong message by the student community against the attempt to destroy the academic and democratic character of the university, he said.
When Kerala faced its worst flood in a century, the tribal population was first in the firing line. But forest officials are forbidding relief workers and media from entering Adivasi colonies.
Upholding freedom of the writer’s imagination, SC has dismissed petition seeking ban on Malayalam novel 'Meesha'. But, more intriguing would be to see what impact it will have on ‘the curious mix of politics, business and literature’ unraveled out of this row
From leading the rescue operations to cleaning up the flood-affected houses, the men in khaki uniform put up a brave and humane face in times of the calamity.
"Only the friendly countries will come forward to help us. We should give help and we should accept help. There should be a policy like that," said the three-time industries minister of Kerala.
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.
Served in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) during the tenure of I.K. Gujral and Manmohan Singh, the former top bureaucrat tells Outlook that he is not comparing one with the other as three of them were great men in their own way
Chennithala, however, said that he does not want to criticise the state government at this hour of crisis.
"I hold responsible certain spokespersons of the ruling party and certain television anchors," he told Outlook
In a recent lecture he delivered in Delhi, Tharoor batted for a moderate view of Islam while projecting three examples from the life of Kerala IUML patron, late Panakkad Syed Mohammedali Shihab Thangal, including a story that was published in Outlook
A confession in church allegedly resulted in a Kerala woman being sexually exploited for years by priests
Aam Admi Party leader Atishi Marlena, who has served as an adviser to the deputy chief minister of Delhi, talks to Outlook on the current protest by AAP government.
It’s not just the political parties across the spectrum that are divided on opinions about ex-President’s Nagpur visit; even Congress leaders don’t have a uniform take on the matter