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The Damn Floods: Kerala’s Monster Monsoon Leaves Us With A Deluge Of Questions
National Magazine September 03, 2018
Cover Story
Why does nearly every ‘natural’ disaster hit us on such a scale? What are we doing wrong? Who’s guilty? Kerala’s monster monsoon leaves us with a deluge of questions.
Rape, Drugs, Assault: The Rot In Shelter Homes Goes Far Beyond
National Magazine August 27, 2018
Horror Homes
The Muzaffarpur and Deoria revelations outraged people’s ­conscience, but the rot in shelter homes goes far beyond. The failure is pervasive and systemic.
The Damn Floods: Kerala’s Monster Monsoon Leaves Us With A Deluge Of Questions
National Magazine September 03, 2018
Why does nearly every ‘natural’ disaster hit us on such a scale? What are we doing wrong? Who’s guilty? Kerala’s monster monsoon leaves us with a deluge of questions.
Rush For A 12-Digit  Armour: Aadhaar Finds Favour With Kashmiris
National Magazine September 03, 2018
The Centre’s 12-digit biometric identification is now a shield for many Kashmiris against the possibility of being branded an anti-national or militant.
Triple Talaq Bill Is Still To Serve Its Purpose
National Magazine September 03, 2018
The triple talaq bill made big noise when it was drafted last year, but it is still to serve its purpose
Deep Throat
National Magazine September 03, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
Lakshman Jhula Diary
National Magazine September 03, 2018
A photographer's diary on his visit to Rishikesh during the month of Saawan, the month of Shiva.
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine September 03, 2018
From Una's SP's mea­­sure to check bribe menace to Election Commission's unique plan to facilitate communica­tion between the polling stations on election day in Meghalaya's Ranikor, we bring interesting reads from The Subcontinental Menu this week.
Rape, Drugs, Assault: The Rot In Shelter Homes Goes Far Beyond
National Magazine August 27, 2018
The Muzaffarpur and Deoria revelations outraged people’s ­conscience, but the rot in shelter homes goes far beyond. The failure is pervasive and systemic.
Deep Throat
National Magazine August 27, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine August 27, 2018
When they were returning to shore on Mumbai-Palghar coastline, fishermen brothers stumbled upon 'sea gold'. And why residents of a village in Rajasthan’s Barmer wanted to get village's name changed. Read all this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu.
We’ll Go Back To Barracks Once Things Stabilise: Lt Gen A.K. Bhatt
National Magazine August 27, 2018
In an exclusive interview to Outlook, Lt Gen Bhatt speaks on a range of issues related to insurgency—from Pakistan’s proxy war, increasing number of Kashmiri youth being lured to militancy and on the need for the controversial AFSPA in the Valley.
Security Smokescreen
National Magazine August 27, 2018
A heavier wallet to splurge at the cost of social security may prove costly to workers
The Growing Troubles Of AAP Punjab
National Magazine August 27, 2018
The Aam Aadmi Party is now falling apart in Punjab amid internal contradictions.
Man On A Lifeboat
National Magazine August 27, 2018
Hapless workers in the Gulf have a guardian angel for bad times
Remembering Atal Bihari Vajpayee: Poet, Politician, And Orator
National Magazine August 27, 2018
Atal Behari Vajpayee’s charming sobriety and inclusivity seduced both colleagues and the prickly opposition into the warmth of comfort.
Tipu Of A Thousand Rockets
National Magazine August 27, 2018
Mysore rockets found in a Shimoga farm pique interest in the 18th-century innovation
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