The churning that India is currently witnessing throws up many challenges for a journalist. But we at Outlook resolve to stay the course. After all, the tough get going when the going gets tough.
Panchayat polls singe Bengal, a testimony to Mamata’s desperation
And the Defence Planning Committee can’t really improve defence management
For slain journo J. Dey’s kin, it’s the end of a seven-year wait for justice—almost, for one accused is still in Dubai
Jay Panda’s fall from grace in the BJD has bitterness written all over it
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Did you know actress Sonam Kapoor’s wedding in front of the Guru Granth Sahib was held under the scrutiny of former SGPC officials, who noticed a violation; only the men inmates of Sabarmati Central Jail can take up work to earn money and meet their expenses.. Read all the juicy gossips here...
It was a state with a strong anti-north politics. But Karnataka now opens the doors to the south for the BJP—giving a fillip to its 2019 prospects.
Why Orissa chief minister Navin Patnaik’s idea to include ahimsa in the preamble to the Constitution of India needs to be taken very seriously
A spurt in civilian killings casts a long, dark shadow on the increased counter-insurgency operations in Kashmir
One of Karnataka’s most marginalised communities gives mixed signals as assembly elections approach
It’s a match made in miasma. Political expediency and survival needs draw BJP and CPI(M) together in Nadia.
Drone racing has taken off in a big way in Mumbai; the Telangana State Beverages Corporation’s new sales has broken record at Rs 178 crore; a Pakistani High Court judge has said those in the country who talk about friendship with India must be branded as security risks. Read all the juicy gossips here...
Wary of SP-BSP unity with 2019 on its mind, the BJP has a new poll trick: divide up the OBC quota, pitting the relatively better-off sections against the rest