Whipping up sentiments by using ‘victimhood’ helped Trump weather the Kavanaugh storm
Indian diplomacy during Putin’s visit was masterful, but defence cooperation alone cannot sustain the relationship—more economic content is vital
Sabarimala Temple's newfound popularity is said to have provoked the first formal restrictions.
The Indian economy seems to have entered the red zone. And the causes aren’t all global.
The #MeToo movement now has given the film industry a chance to clean up all its Augean stables, with or without the support of its big daddies.
There lies a cautionary tale embedded within the massed armour of charges—silences, selectivity, and perhaps questionable motives
For men, there seems to be no concept of mind, body, and soul when they are with a woman. There is just the concept of body.
Outlook speaks with journalist and writer Sandhya Menon—who called out prominent journalists for sexual harassment in the wake of the #MeToo wave.
Bollywood, comedy, and most damagingly, media...as industry after industry says #MeToo to guilt and complicity, it’s time organisations refuse consent to the predatory culture
Freed from Section 377, India’s LGBTQIA+ community is facing the world with head held high
A journey through the Sky Road is the best way to enjoy the region’s stunning landscape
Shot in just 90 minutes, new Kannada film Bimba redefines fast track film-making
The arithmetic of Opposition unity has challenged KCR’s initial confidence of bagging more than 100 of the total 119 assembly seats.
For most people in the Valley, the empowerment of the councils is but an extension of their own aspirations for greater autonomy, which lies at the heart of the Kashmir issue.
Scandal and discontent consume BJP’s Bengal unit
As Mamata vigorously accepts the BJP’s communal challenge in Bengal, she falls afoul of her old allies
An infant’s rape allegedly by a migrant and local rage over joblessness trigger an exodus from Gujarat
In this week's The Subcontinental Menu, read about a Colombo physician who was beaten up by his wife with a broomstick and a Justice in Bangladesh who is on the run from law, among many others.
A journalist's diary from remote Assam pocket Tezpur.
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