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Why I Love To Hate <i>Outlook</i>

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

26 October, 2015 Raghu Rai

I am truly tired of reading about the same cycle of politics and the same ministers; why are we giving them so much importance?

Why I Love To Hate <i>Outlook</i>

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

19 October, 2015 Rajneesh Kapoor

People want snappy stuff and Outlook does not cater to this


Why I Love To Hate Outlook

That in-depth journalism that Outlook used to be known for is lost.

Why I Love To Hate <i>Outlook</i>

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

05 October, 2015 Neeti Palta

The magazine could do with a bit of humour.


Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Let Outlook prise stories of inventiveness from the village, the school, the fishing boat and the laboratory...

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21 September, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Pritish Nandy

A makeover would do the magazine great good...


14 September, 2015

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S.R. Madhu

The magazine devotes tonnes of pages to the least likeable and the most despicable section of the Indian society.


07 September, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Amit Khanna

The magazine is becoming increasingly opinionated and swinging to extreme points of view.


31 August, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

J.J. Valaya

Features in general in the magazine have become boring.


24 August, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

P.C. Sorcar Jr

Outlook needs to do something extra, create some magic


17 August, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Manobi Bandyopadhyay

You don’t adequately focus on the struggles of the transgender community. You never make us feel like we are part of the mainstream.


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10 August, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Angaraag Mahanta

Many pages in the magazine are heavily laden with politics and do not draw me.


03 August, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Kavita Krishnan

It has chosen to justify the sexist pieces as ‘satire’, which is simply dishonest.


27 July, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Rajiv Pratap Rudy

The articles usually stand unbia­sed, but some writers have their own nuances.


20 July, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Sonal Mansingh

Your space is precious; it should be used for more positive, more enlightening and more uplifting issues.


13 July, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Chandraprakash Dwivedi

Too many investigative stories make the magazine look like a chronicle of negativity.


06 July, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

I would suggest it re-evaluate its take and not be anti-establishment for the sake of it.


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29 June, 2015

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Manish Mehrotra

Food is one big gap in Outlook. It is a big industry and a large part of our focus should be on it.


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