Friday, 21 Sep 2018
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"Development, Communal And Opportunist Agendas This Poll. Ours Is A Development Agenda"
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah is leading the charge in the battle for Karnataka where polls are due on May 12. He speaks to Outlook amid his campaign in Mysore...
Apr 05, 2018
'It Has Ceased To Matter Whether He Accepts What I Say'
The woman who accused poet Sudeep Sen of sexual harassment in a Facebook post, talks about abuse of male power and the sexist power-play in the society...
Apr 05, 2018
‘The Congress Didn’t Respect My Dad After His Death’
YSR Congress' Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy, in the middle of a padayatra ahead of the 2019 election, talks about the circumstances of his dramatic departure from the Congress and the road ahead.
Jan 18, 2018
‘Killing Original Content Creators Isn’t In Silicon Valley’s Interest’
Executive Director of
The Indian Express
Anant Goenka in conversation with
Jan 11, 2018
‘Man’s Ego Is A Horse Without Reins’
Everyone needs God. Some realise it, some don’t, but the path to God is only meant for people with tremendous mental strength.
Dec 22, 2017
‘My Job Is To Convince J&K People About The Dangers Of Radicalisation, How They Are Misguided...’
Dineshwar Sharma, a dove in the IB if there can be one, spoke to Outlook about his new assignment as the interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir
Nov 03, 2017
Cancer And Genes: A Patient’s Guide
Genetic counselling and testing are extremely helpful in understanding the risks one might face, says Dr Sudhir Borgonha
Sep 08, 2017
‘We Are Doing Far Too Little Compared To What Needs To Be Done’
Azim Premji, Best Socially Conscious Entrepreneur at the Outlook Speakout Awards 2017, feels we are doing far too little when it comes to caring for our environment.
Aug 24, 2017
‘I Had No Great Love For The Trappings Of Power’
Odisha Chief Minsiter Naveen Patnaik, who won the Outlook SpeakOut Award for the Best Administrator this year, talks about the secret behind hus success...
Aug 24, 2017
‘We Are Duty Bound To Cooperate With Any Probe’
Dr Jayanta Sengupta, director of the Victoria Memorial answers the charges levelled against India’s oldest and largest museum...
Feb 16, 2017
‘Do Give Us Info If There Was Mass Molestation’
"None said 'I have been molested'", Bangalore City commissioner of police says starting point needed for the police to swing into action.
Jan 13, 2017
“Some (Maratha) Leaders Are Playing Caste Politics”
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis on the reason behind the Maratha protests and his vision for inclusive growth in the state
Nov 03, 2016
“The Smell Of Blood Lingers For Days”
An army officer who was part of a team that conducted one of the recent ‘hot pursuits’ into Myanmar on how such counter-insurgency ops actually take place
Oct 20, 2016
‘It’s Real! That’s Why I Do It.’
Priyanka Chopra, Movie Star of the Year
Oct 07, 2016
"He Was A Democrat, Indira Was Not"
Swedish writer Bertil Falk who is coming up with a biography on Freoze Gandhi on why he spent 40 years researching the 'forgotten Gandhi'
Sep 29, 2016
‘Data On Indian Workforce Is Misleading’
Deputy director, ILO Decent Work Team for South Asia and Country Office for India, Sher Singh Verick on India’s high but “jobless” growth mystery
Sep 22, 2016
‘We Have Opted To Tell Our Own Stories’
The versatile Nandita Das on the potential risks and pitfalls of taking the path less traveled and breaking stereotypes in Bollywood
Sep 08, 2016
“Mother Teresa Is There In Spirit; We Can Feel Her Divine Love At All Times”
Archbishop of the Diocese that initiated the procedure of Mother Teresa's canonisation on the questions that are often raised about the Mother's work
Sep 01, 2016
‘We Are Open To Resolving The Matter Amicably’
CEO of Devas Multimedia, Ramachandran Vishwanathan, on the snowballing Devas-Antrix muddle
Jul 29, 2016
‘Saffron Men In Key Positions, Won’t Go After The Sanstha’
Former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan on the Sanatan Sanstha and its banning
Jul 21, 2016
India Cancels Foreign Ministers' Meet, Says 'Imran Khan's True Face Exposed'
Opinion | Resumption Of India-Pak Dialogue Can Be Ruled Out Till 2019 Elections
Peer Pressure, Selfie Craze: What Drives Teenagers To Turn To Cosmetic Surgery
‘Propaganda’, Says Home Ministry After Kashmir Cops’ Resignation Videos Emerge
What? Where? Why? A Guide To Universities And Business Schools Abroad
Why Railways' Largest Recruitment Drive May Fail To Address Passenger Safety Concerns
Article 35A: An Unprecedented Situation In Kashmir
Four Months Of Kumaraswami Govt: Karnataka Power Games Carry On
Prashant Kishor No Exception, Nitish Has Always Relied On 'Apolitical' Advisors
With A Formidable BJP, Is Mamata Worried About Hindu Votes?
The VVIP Culture In Indian Railways
As Militants Kill Three Cops In Shopian, Mehbooba Says Centre’s Muscular Policy Not Working
Rahul Gandhi Supporting 'Urban Naxals' Plotting To Kill PM Modi: Amit Shah
Two Security Guards Of PNB Killed In A Bank Robbery Bid In Noida: Police
US Targets China With Sanctions Over Purchase Of Russian Jets, Missiles
Surgical Strike Day: After Criticism, Javadekar Says UGC Circular Only An Advisory, Not Mandatory
'Misuse Of SC/ST Act Will Not Be Allowed In MP,' Says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Google Still Permits Third-party Apps To Read Your Gmail
Ram Temple Should Be Constructed Without Delay: Bhagwat
Resumption Of India-Pak Dialogue Can Be Ruled Out Till 2019 Elections
Section 377: It’s Still A Long Road Ahead
Quid Pro Quo Arrangement Between BJP, TRS In Telangana?
Right To Choose A Spouse | Kausalya Shankar's Fight For A Casteless Society
Rape, Drugs, Assault: The Rot In Shelter Homes Goes Far Beyond
We Are All Harappans
All Doors In Kashmir Opened...Because Of Him | Yashwant Sinha On Vajpayee
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