I’ve been reading Outlook for 19 years and 11 months. The magazine and its stories are a bit different from the run-of-the-mill content that is available all around. What I particularly like is the amount of humour that often accompanies the articles. What also appeals to me is that the magazine is not specific to one area or one specific topic. Not only is its scope very large, it looks at all relevant issues, and also gives one a different, unique insight which is not available in other publications.
It has also shown us how long a dog’s life can be, as Editor has broken all records. On a more serious note, it has not positioned itself as a purely pro- or anti-establishment publication and is seen as a pretty balanced and mature voice on all issues.
(Former minister of corporate affairs, Sachin Pilot is president of the Congress in Rajasthan)
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