The alleged involvement of a large number of bureaucrats and senior personnel in the scandal has also got the central government worried
Despite the law student, who gave oil massages to the 72-year-old BJP leader, making a statement to the magistrate, no rape charges have been pressed against Swami Chinmayanand
Udit Surya's plan to do a Munnaibhai was exposed as the Marathi boy posing as his surrogate to take the NEET examination was nabbed. Probe revealed a larger racket involving students, colleges and coaching centres
With governor Jagdeep Dhankar allegedly backing BJP's political moves to usurp Trinamool Congress in West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee seems up against a wall
Team work, technology, transparency, transformation and time limit will be the five factors on which performance of government officials and projects will be judged
Mahatma Gandhi embraced those who differed with him as he knew it's only human to be imperfect, writes Bapu's grandson and historian Rajmohan Gandhi
Their paths diverged in 1939, but Mahatma Gandhi and Subhas Chandra Bose shared mutual admiration and the same vision of equality for all Indians, writes Sugata Bose, the great nephew of Netaji
For the Mahatma, the 'small, still voice' inside demanding disobedience can be acted upon only by submission to truth, writes author Tridip Suhrud
Solutions to contemporary crises need an interaction of Gandhi-informed dissent with non-Gandhi-informed views, writes well-known author Douglas Allen
Places across India hosted the Mahatma. Shrines to many now, we mark prominent places in his career in India, UK and S. Africa.
Harilal Gandhi defied his father. This is his anguished J’Accuse.
Mahatma Gandhi's methodology of handling rebellion is something that all modern day managers and leaders must learn, writes Outlook's Editor-in-Chief, Ruben Banerjee
Not as famous like a Jinnah or Ambedkar, Periyar fervently criticised Mahatma Gandhi but his extraordinary journey is not well documented, writes Tamil author PA Krishnan
If Gandhi and other leaders had supported the Royal Indian Navy mutiny, would our history have been different?
Gandhi and Ambedkar were antagonists on issues so key to who they were that bridging the divide remains impossible, writes Aakash Singh Rathore
Mahatma Gandhi allows us to ask if it is necessary to assent to and obey all that passes for 'law'
Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan, speaks to Outlook about developments in volatile West Asia, the diversification of India’s energy basket and how India has emerged as a sought-after energy market.
Several Trinamool Congress leaders and IPS officers linked with the various Ponzi schemes have left the West Bengal chief minister on a sticky wicket and is making her defensive