I’ve been reading Outlook since it started two decades ago and I love it. In my profession, it is crucial I keep abreast of all social, economic and political developments and I depend on Outlook to do this. It has never let me down. Also, I don’t have much time to find out what is happening in the world of entertainment but I get even that in a nutshell in Outlook. It has adequate coverage as far as the arts are concerned. Whether feature stories or news, the articles are well-written and give us interesting, unexpected perspectives. I really enjoy reading the diary and news snippets. Perhaps it could focus a little more on articles for the younger generation. But not just content, the Outlook get-up is equally attractive. I think there is more to Outlook than its projected image as a national newsmagazine. It has a global feel. I want to congratulate the editor for taking up some pressing international issues, like the Rohingya crisis, which not many other magazines covered. But most importantly, in this day of ‘sponsored’ journalism, Outlook stands out as an exception.
Mohammad Salim is the CPI(M) MP from Raiganj, West Bengal
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