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Deep Throat
National Magazine December 10, 2018
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Deep Throat
National Magazine December 03, 2018
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz


Deep Throat
National Magazine December 10, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine December 10, 2018
From a businessman filing police complaint for his missing chappal to Rajasthan Police repurposing lines from Deepika Padukone's movie to encourage people to vote, read this and much more in The Subcontinental Menu.
Ahead Of Elections, A Walk Through Rajasthan's Political Landscape
National Magazine December 10, 2018
A walk through Rajasthan’s political landscape, as election campaigning reaches fever pitch
In J&K, The People Vs A Fax Machine
National Magazine December 10, 2018
The J&K governor’s dissolution of the legislative assembly faces a backlash from political parties
Sangh Used Ayodhya, It’s Trying Now To Use Sabarimala: Kerala CM
National Magazine December 10, 2018
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan tells Outlook how his government intends to tide over the Sabarimala crisis.
In Telangana, Congress-led 'Praja Kutami' Offers A Stiff Challenge To TRS
National Magazine December 10, 2018
TRS has to face an une­xpected adversary—the opposition’s ‘Praja Kutami’ (People’s Alliance) which is led by the Congress and includes the Telangana Jana Sam­ithi (TJS), TDP and the Communist Party of India.
Roughing It In Kalinga
National Magazine December 10, 2018
Supposed BJD stormtroopers are set upon its loudest critics
Hindu, Hinduer, Hinduest: Will The 'Hindu Vote' Decide 2019?
National Magazine December 10, 2018
Will the ‘Hindu vote’ decide 2019? The BJP anyway thought so, now the Congress seems to agree. And the whole ground is lurching rightward.
Deep Throat
National Magazine December 03, 2018
A regular column on the essential buzz
The Subcontinental Menu
National Magazine December 03, 2018
A wedding card with a 'Bti Bachao Beti Padhao' message and a 'tail' of a tale in Bangladesh that created trouble. Read this and more in The Subcontinental Menu this week.
Amid Outrage Over Citizenship Bill, Signs Of ULFA's Revival
National Magazine December 03, 2018
There are unconfirmed reports of dozens of youngsters joining ULFA, underscoring fears that the militant organisation, alm­ost written off as dead and gone, is showing signs of revival in Assam.
Prejudice, Pride And A Chopper Override: Why Abhijit Iyer-Mitra Is In Jail Since One Month
National Magazine December 03, 2018
A man is in jail due to the CM’s fallout with a former partyman
Flaying Jats Of Haryana Theatre
National Magazine December 03, 2018
INLD splits as Chautala’s eldest son Ajay forms new party, declares war against brother Abhay
Social Media And 'Resurgence' Of Jaish In Kashmir
National Magazine December 03, 2018
According to the police, the social networks are a headache as they are often misused as a tool to recruit youngsters, lure them to the jehad. This may have played a good part in the so-called resurgence of the Jaish in Kashmir
Congress Doesn't Use Religion As A Political Ploy: Kamal Nath
National Magazine December 03, 2018
Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath tells Outlook that the party is on its way to a historic victory in the state.
A Storm With Tusks
National Magazine December 03, 2018
Slow relief work after Cyclone Gaja made the afflicted erupt
Welcome Aboard The Shri Ramayana Express
National Magazine December 03, 2018
On the heels of Ram bhakts aboard a careworn train on an epic journey, where workaday discomfiture is swept away by timely tides of devotion
Sabarimala Fiasco Reveals Fragility Of Kerala's Much-Vaunted Progressiveness
National Magazine December 03, 2018
Not so very long ago, Sabarimala would have been an unknown entity outside Kerala. Now, this debate over gender bristles with implications on a host of questions relating to society, politics, law and religion across India.
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