WhatsApp greetings blight our dawns. Their synthetic piety is like catnip to do-gooders.
It’s performance art for the fandoms. Cosplay—dressing up as fictional characters for events, for money, or just for fun—has arrived in India.
Patriarchy manifests most strongly in spiritual discourse, and there’s no religion free from it
Mid-century pontificators, a golden age and today’s torpor. Indian journalism needs a shot of the past.
First there came the graphic designer, before his digital superannuation. Rampant miscegenation will now transform his field.
Brigade Rd retains its coolness. One-half of Bangalore’s dual self for long, it has seen the city’s chimeric change of colour.
The Look East Policy, launched in 1991, has merely rejoined coastal India to its old ports of call in South East Asia. The Northeast wistfully awaits even the unflattering destiny it was promised—of being India’s overbridge to ASEAN.
On our 23rd anniversary, we decided to showcase some of our best pictures since 1995. Choosing the better among the best was not easy. So after looking at archives full of brilliant pictures, we shortlisted 23 photos for you.
As Outlook celebrates its 23rd anniversary, we bring to you some of the best letters we've received from our readers over the years.
Editor Ruben Banerjee's diary on how an opportunity to work with Outlook finally presented itself when he was least expecting it.
Crackle! Where trotters tantalise the tongue: the rise and rise of Angamaly’s porcine cuisine