What’s a magazine if not for its cover? Here’s the best 25 of our 25. From the standout first issue that was put to flame, to ones where we burned the fashion and cricket worlds….
The timelessness of Ajit Ninan’s cartoons is uncanny—the Bihar caricature could have been just after the recent assembly polls where the Congress met the same fate and the Pakistan army firing could be printed any given week. Mark of a true cartoonist, who sees the trees as well as the woods.
The best of Outlook: a quarter century worth of visual history. What many, many thousand words will fail to capture.
It is tiniest of tiny, doesn’t even have a DNA of its own to replicate (thus needs a host to multiply, like a cuckoo). It is just a protein cell and RNA strand inside a layer of fat. Visualise a hen egg. Soap can wash away that fat and kill it, like breaking the shell of a breakfast egg. Yet, the new coronavirus is a formidable killer. It has forced about three billion people indoors around the world—unprecedented in human history.
Life in the time of coronavirus, as seen by our photographers Tribhuvan Tiwari and Apoorva Salkade
A well-washed world covers up, flinches from needless contact. Entire regions are quarantined, travel suspended. And the cases pile on, relentlessly....
In her eighties, Waheeda Rehman is excelling at another art: wildlife photography
The Citizenship (Amendment) Act brings relief and cheer to a section of refugees living in squalid camps in India. The partisan law will help those, such as Pakistani Hindus transit from ‘stateless’ people to Indian citizens. But it won’t change the status quo of Lankan Hindu and Afghan Muslim refugees.
Twenty-five distinguished women spoke on issues Indian women face and 10 walked away with awards at Outlook Speakout’s illuminating soiree
As the plan to encourage tourism after sundown sees the light of the night, photographer Tribhuvan Tiwari captures Delhi’s landmarks in all their illuminated finery
Acute lack of geriatric care in India and lack of a voice for senior citizens is making life impossible for the elderly community. Old-age homes are no more a solution
In these frames, unprecedented streaks of saffron stand out in Bengal
People struggle for a pail of water in drought-hit areas of Vidarbha, Marathwada and Khandesh. A sluggish monsoon portends more trouble.
From hell-pits of Jharkhand, stark images of a world that now remains frozen in frames
The Beating Retreat at an Indo-Bangladesh border outpost matches the spectacle of the western frontier...high kicks et al
The Earth has dark shadows, but its lights are stronger in contrast. That’s Charles Dickens. And we agree…as we frame 2018 into an album
More and more of Kamathipura, Mumbai’s oldest red-light area, has been on sale for big realty fish
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses at the inauguration of 9 Medical Colleges, in Siddharthnagar.PTI Photo
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur being garlanded during a public meeting as part of the campaign for the upcoming by-elections in the state, in Kinnaur.PTI Photo
Congress party workers hold a protest rally against the Central government regarding hike in the fuel and LPG prices, in Mandi.PTI Photo
Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav addresses a press conference at party office in Lucknow.PTI Photo/Nand Kumar
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee addresses during an administrative review meeting in Siliguri.PTI Photo
SRK’s persona evokes the kind of Indianness that denies categorisation into singular, exclusive identities. And thrives on making others feel welcome.
Shah Rukh Khan is the soothing balm for millions of Indian women living an oppressive life in an insensitive, patriarchal society.
How the larger-than-life Hindi film hero of yesteryears gave way to the relatable charm of Shah Rukh and the other Khans.