Its fearless and gutsy taking of positions is admirable.
What I like best, and which is why I have always subscribed to Outlook over these long years, is the space it affords to dissent.
Whenever my friends and I have spoken about planning and initiating our magazine, one of our reference magazines had always been Outlook.
I enjoy the in-depth coverage on every topic that the magazine chooses to cover, its idea of India and everything pertaining to it.
For this grit towards projecting truth.
The magazine has tremendous energy. It is like a spirit booster.
It is journalism in its purest sense.
Its well-researched pieces were like none others and this I say about all their sections.
It is not just reporting, but that coupled with good research and sharp opinions.
I don’t need to recommend the magazine; I think it sells because of its worth.
It’s never stepped back from taking a stand on issues it believes in and continues to defend free speech and liberal values.
It presents news to its readers as it is and not as what they think it is or ought to be.
It made me re-discover my belief in myself and my music.
It is a classic case of making a point loud and clear, without being influenced or being inhibited.
I do believe that Pranab Mukherjee’s life should be treated with the same focus and speculation as Katrina Kaif’s.
A very balanced, fearless and professional presentation of news devoid of any bias.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi addresses a press conference at AICC in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Dakota DC3 which carried the army to Srinagar air field after Pakistani attackers attacked Kashmir in October 1947, during the re-enactment of incidents that took place in that period, in Srinagar.PTI Photo/S. Irfan
Union Home Minister Amit Shah meets Governor of West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar as he is admitted at AIIMS Hospital after testing positive for malaria, in New Delhi.PTI Photo
J & K Lt Governor Manoj Sinha felicitates Rajesh Bhatia, the younger son of Wg Cdr KL Bhatia who was commanding officer of Dakota DC3, during re-enactment of incidents which took place after Pakistani attackers attacked...PTI Photo/S. Irfan
RJD Chief Lalu Prasad and party leader Tejashwi Yadav at a rally ahead of the by-elections in Kusheshwar Asthan assembly constituency, in Darbhanga.PTI Photo
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