COVER STORY
Donald Trump's lunatic bluster largely disgusts, but it galvanises too. Tracing the rise, appeal and flaws of this most polarising man.
PRANAY SHARMA
COVER STORY
The myths, lies & insults of Donald Trump

ANALYSIS
Are Trump's campaign tactics really enough for his ambition?
K.C. SINGH

COVER STORY
He is great at business. His politics will be even better, never mind all that he says-he's only playing the media.
ATUL CHORDIA
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Student leader Kanhaiya Kumar on how he has changed and what he sees as his future.
ANOO BHUYAN INTERVIEWS KANHAIYA KUMAR
It's the Freedom Movement, circa 2016, led by a young man with fire in his belly and a silver tongue. Kanhaiya Kumar' spoke of azadi, "but from hunger, poverty, the caste system." Dilip Bobb lists the 20 other things that we want azadi from as soon
DILIP BOBB
JAMMU & KASHMIR
Modi's 'adarsh' villages have more to show on posters than on the ground
ASHUTOSH SHARMA
TAMIL NADU
DMK or AIADMK? Vijaykanth holds his cards close to his chest, he’s not telling yet.
AJAY SUKUMARAN

INTERVIEW
Actress and emerging BJP leader Roopa Ganguly on the growing hold of her party in Bengal and why she joined politics
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LEADER COMMENT
The fracas in Delhi over the ‘World Culture Festival’ has allowed a sneak peek of a dangerous new phenomenon.
DOLA MITRA

KERALA
Malayalam stars get political, an itch so far left unscratched
MINU ITTYIPE

BIHAR
A blue-eyed boy’s mission runs into opposition
BULA DEVI
UTTAR PRADESH
Smriti "C" Irani?
Controversy could well be her second name. Barely had the JNU crisis died down that HRD minister Smriti Irani's car got involved in a 'pile-up' on the Yamuna Expressway, in which a doctor got killed.
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OPEN LETTER
Though we don't speak ill of the dead, even a dead airline...
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MCDONALD'S
Once India's burger destination, corporate squabbles and a static menu have all but broken McDonald's
ARINDAM MUKHERJEE
CYBERLAW
Two players from the tech space on whether an individual’s privacy can be compromised in the name of national security
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Classic motors are a sight to behold, and more Indians are in their hopeless thrall than ever
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A complex, ambiguous world where the laws of gravity work slightly differently
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REVIEW
Ferrante brings her tetralogy to an expectation-defying, triumphant end
ANURADHA MARWAH
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Celebrating the folk music of Nagaland, an exhibition on Bengal's 20th century revivalists and the fifth Pune heritage festival.
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OUTLOOK ARCHIVE
ISSUE DATED | NOVEMBER 12, 2012
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Outlook in Rewind
The Indian elephant makes dazzling moves, as we all know by now, but what if the dance-floor itself is tilted? The decades-old shackles are broken and, in a desirable tweaking of cliché, we are giving new meaning to that old slur—the Hindu rate of growth. The India story is creating a brand-new narrative that investors are queuing up to be part of. We're poised to match our world leadership in services by gaining in manufacturing sectors like auto components...
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