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The Horror! The Horror!

The Horror! The Horror!

Apr 07, 2022

The genre has never taken root in Bollywood. Maybe because real-life horrors are enough to give us sleepless nights.

Words Exist Beyond The Perishable Matrix of Ink And Paper

Words Exist Beyond The Perishable Matrix of Ink And Paper

Feb 12, 2022

Bulgakov’s The Master & Margarita inspired Outlook’s recent issue on the politics of identity: “No ID, No Person.” Another popular line from the novel, ‘Manuscripts don’t burn’ resonates with two recent events

Faded Red: Story Of The Young American Soldier

Faded Red: Story Of The Young American Soldier

Dec 04, 2021

In the fifth and final installment of the Outlook Special series, author Uttaran Das Gupta makes us spend some time with the American soldier we met last week, who defected to the Eastern Bloc during the early years of the cold war.

Faded Red: The Berlin Of The Past

Faded Red: The Berlin Of The Past

Nov 28, 2021

One place in Berlin has preserves objects provoking memories of the erstwhile GDR is the interactive DDR Museum in the centre of the city.

Faded Red: Free Body Culture, Naxalite Movement And Three Colors Trilogy

Faded Red: Free Body Culture, Naxalite Movement And Three Colors Trilogy

Nov 20, 2021

In the third installment, author Uttaran Das Gupta is taking the readers through Berlin's Free Body Culture, the inward journey towards his father’s probable association with the Naxalite movement and much more.

Outlook Special | Faded Red: N-Ostalgie for Calcutta’s Communist Past in Berlin

Outlook Special | Faded Red: N-Ostalgie for Calcutta’s Communist Past in Berlin

Nov 07, 2021

Uttaran Das Gupta’s essay that stems from the personal constantly moves back and forth as the writer takes us along in his journey. We’re excited to present to our readers the first instalment of what’s going to be a multiple-part narrative essay.

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