October 22, 2019
the fully loaded magazine
Eat, Pray, Live
Our Loves, Lost Once, Then Regained
Urdu poetry, ghazals and tales are harmonised in a whole in
, a labour of passion by a few Marathi performers
Jul 11, 2018
One Year Of GST: GST Or GSTN’T?
What hath GST wrought? Weighing up the tax reform’s impact one year later, we find a maze of issues to be navigated.
Jun 21, 2018
Waiting For Mr Parrikar
The long absence of the CM and two key ministers has created a peculiar situation in Goa politics
Jun 14, 2018
Bollywood’s Haiku Bloom
Crisp, nuanced and noticeable, short films are much in vogue
Jun 06, 2018
A Singular Yet Lesser Win
The BJP’s only hit among all misses in recent Lok Sabha bypolls came via an ex-Congress leader
Jun 06, 2018
“Acting Is Self-Indulgent, It’s No Way For A Grown-Up To Earn A Living”
Actors, who are afraid to make a fool of themselves will never be good actors, film industry veteran Naseeruddin Shah tells Outlook in an exclusive interview.
May 23, 2018
The Monsters At The Back
Mumbai is poised for a 2034 development roadmap. Planners are thrilled, ecologists are apprehensive.
May 03, 2018
In Between Epic And Eternity
Here in Mumbai, when Faezeh Jalali presents Shikhandi: The story of In-Betweens, the story becomes a brisk, pinching satire about punishing times, then and now.
Apr 19, 2018
The Funny Bone Of Grey Matters
, the verdict on ad man turned auteur, Abhinay Deo
Apr 12, 2018
A Bitter Harvest
Multiple agitations show all’s not well with the ‘rich’ state of Maharashtra
Mar 29, 2018
An Army On Its Stomach
The farmers’ march in Mumbai was a success, but progress will need national coordination
Mar 16, 2018
“Devdas Is Also A Kind Of A Feminist For Going Ahead And Destroying Himself”
Sudhir Mishra speaks to Outlook on his new venture, a political thriller that retains Devdas' Shakespearean fatal flaw.
Mar 09, 2018
A Pen Is A Chisel
A new wave of Marathi women writers speaks eloquently for the voiceless
Feb 22, 2018
Between Marathas & Mahars
The die is cast. Parties in Maharashtra play musical chairs as caste politics churns implacably.
Feb 08, 2018
“Mainstream Cinema Is Definitely Experimenting Now”
Radhika Apte, who has surprised the audience with every new film and every new role, talks about her choices and about how she’d rather work than spend time promoting her films...
Jan 19, 2018
Fresh Layers Of Biting Memory
The latest round of Dalit-Maratha clashes can not only redefine socio-political power structures, but also pose a new challenge to the ruling BJP in the state
Jan 12, 2018
How The Adivasi Goes To Vote
The battle for Gujarat’s 27 ST seats is just a blip in the daily struggle for survival of 15 per cent of the state’s electorate
Dec 08, 2017
“The Centre Would Be Just As Helpless In Such A Crisis Today”
The Then Union home secretary, Madhav Godbole, recalls situation surrounding the Babri Masjid demolition.
Nov 30, 2017
The Grim Gabbar Curve
Traders in Gujarat are still reeling from economic reforms
Nov 02, 2017
After 22 years of BJP, there’s a generation in Gujarat that hasn’t seen anything else. But are the dissenters strong enough—and cohesive?
Nov 02, 2017
Exit Poll Results: BJP To Win Big In Maharashtra, Haryana; Congress' Dry Spell To Continue
'Stop Attempts To Destabilise India Or...: Rajnath Warns Pakistan
India To Sign Kartarpur Corridor Pact On Oct 23, Asks Pak To Reconsider $20 Fee
In Kashmir, Freedom From Detention Comes At The Cost Of Silence On Article 370
India v South Africa, Ranchi Test: IND Close In On Series Sweep
When Asked To Bend, We Turned To Kafka, George Orwell
Rape Survivors Experience Health Problems For Years After Traumatic Episode
Everything Is ‘Normal’ In The Wonderland That Is Kashmir
Blaming BJP For Rot Within Won’t Help Congress
Jadavpur Fracas Godsend For BJP, It Is Set To Crack Open Left's Citadel
Aurat ka Dal, and 99 Other Reasons Why Not to Impose Hindi
Maharashtra, Haryana Record Over 60% Turnout As Polling Concludes
Artillery Strike On Pak Consistent With India's Policy Of Rapid Retribution
'We Will Enter Pakistan If It Continues To...': J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik
Kerala Bypolls: Heavy Rains Play Spoilsport As Voter Turnout Falls To 58%
If Comedy Offends Somebody, Do More Comedy: Vir Das
India Slams Pakistan For Stopping Postal Mail Service
ISL: Bengaluru FC 0-0 NorthEast United | Gyan Fails To Make The Difference
WATCH: Bavuma 'Dances' To The Tune Of Debutant Nadeem In Ranchi
Riches To Rags: How Billionaire Ranbaxy Brothers Malvinder And Shivinder Singh Landed In Jail
Fake Bazaar! From Lipsticks To Toothpastes, Noodles To Milk, Counterfeit Products Make A Killing
Sex, Violence And Abuses Alone Can't Win Viewers, Content Must Relate To Common Man: Manoj Bajpayee
How Manoj Bajpayee's Success In Web Series 'The Family Man' Could Lure Bollywood A-Listers
M-S-D: Three Musketeers Who Engineered Kashmir's Bloodless Coup, But Are Their Plans Sustainable?
Death By Debt: Indian Businesses Are Devastated, Tax Terror Adds To Woes
Spilling The Beans: How Murky Was Cafe Coffee Day Founder VG Siddartha's Death
Kashmir Fireworks Incite Separatist Voices In Tamil Nadu, Will It Sully BJP's Image?