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Why We Love To Hate Outlook

It has become a magazine of armchair intellectuals who derive pleasure from twisting English and its phrases so that the laity cannot catch up with it.

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Why We Love To Hate Outlook
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I have been a loyal Outlook subscriber since its inception. I’ve enjoyed the investigative articles, the wit and candidness of the diary and the many shades of opinion in the letters to the editor section. However, the large number of ads that fill the pages cutting short news space and the elaborate lists of educa­tional inst­itu­tes at regular intervals are major irritants. The lengthy, biased articles of writers like Arundh­ati Roy also test the reader’s patience. Lastly, your hatred for anyth­ing Hindu, RSS, BJP, and the number of articles you publish against Narendra Modi is nauseating. Your love of Sonia Gandhi and her party is no good for any sensible reader.

Rama Krishna Magapu, Kakinada

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