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"Development, Communal And Opportunist Agendas This Poll. Ours Is A Development Agenda"
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah is leading the charge in the battle for Karnataka where polls are due on May 12. He speaks to Outlook amid his campaign in Mysore...
Apr 05, 2018
'It Has Ceased To Matter Whether He Accepts What I Say'
The woman who accused poet Sudeep Sen of sexual harassment in a Facebook post, talks about abuse of male power and the sexist power-play in the society...
Apr 05, 2018
‘The Congress Didn’t Respect My Dad After His Death’
YSR Congress' Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy, in the middle of a padayatra ahead of the 2019 election, talks about the circumstances of his dramatic departure from the Congress and the road ahead.
Jan 18, 2018
‘Killing Original Content Creators Isn’t In Silicon Valley’s Interest’
Executive Director of
The Indian Express
Anant Goenka in conversation with
Jan 11, 2018
‘Man’s Ego Is A Horse Without Reins’
Everyone needs God. Some realise it, some don’t, but the path to God is only meant for people with tremendous mental strength.
Dec 22, 2017
‘My Job Is To Convince J&K People About The Dangers Of Radicalisation, How They Are Misguided...’
Dineshwar Sharma, a dove in the IB if there can be one, spoke to Outlook about his new assignment as the interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir
Nov 03, 2017
Cancer And Genes: A Patient’s Guide
Genetic counselling and testing are extremely helpful in understanding the risks one might face, says Dr Sudhir Borgonha
Sep 08, 2017
‘We Are Doing Far Too Little Compared To What Needs To Be Done’
Azim Premji, Best Socially Conscious Entrepreneur at the Outlook Speakout Awards 2017, feels we are doing far too little when it comes to caring for our environment.
Aug 24, 2017
‘I Had No Great Love For The Trappings Of Power’
Odisha Chief Minsiter Naveen Patnaik, who won the Outlook SpeakOut Award for the Best Administrator this year, talks about the secret behind hus success...
Aug 24, 2017
‘We Are Duty Bound To Cooperate With Any Probe’
Dr Jayanta Sengupta, director of the Victoria Memorial answers the charges levelled against India’s oldest and largest museum...
Feb 16, 2017
The History Of Lingayat Religion Is Not Written And This Is The Main Reason For Confusion, Says Former ICHR Chairman
They always talk about the 12th century and only of the principles advocated by the pioneers, not of later compromises and developments, says Prof S Settar
Mar 23, 2018
If Declared Legit, Who Gets to Keep Jayalalithaa's 1165 kg Silver, 23 kg Gold, 750 Shoes, 10,500 Saris?
Where do the saris and shoes seized from Jayalalithaa, enough to stock up a garment or footwear shop, go after a court verdict due in June 2017?
Dec 09, 2016
Statement On Interview With New IGNCA Chief, Ram Bahadur Rai
The June 13, 2016 issue of Outlook carries the interview
Jun 08, 2016
Outlook — Regret
In a Lok Sabha debate on November 30, 2015, Mr. Mohammad Salim, the honorable Member of Parliament of the CPI-M, referred to an
Nov 30, 2015
Outlook Appeal To DGP, Telangana
Threats to the safety of Madhavi Tata, Assistant Editor, Outlook magazine.
Jul 02, 2015
Outlook — Regret
A satirical snippet titled "No Boring Babu" published in the 'Deep Throat' column has attracted plenty of attention and criticism since its publication...
Jul 01, 2015
The Sonia Book Congress ‘Banned’
A sampling from ‘
The Red Sari
’, Javier Moro’s dramatized biography of Congress President Sonia Gandhi...
Jan 15, 2015
'Imran Was Desperate To Win The Series'
The first captain under whom an Indian cricket team came back unvanquished from Pakistan recalls that seminal tour.
Mar 02, 2005
Produce Complaint Against Radia: SC to Government
Dec 13, 2010
Among Exemplary News Teams In Developing Countries
Oct 30, 2014
Women's Entry To Sabarimala Temple: A 30 Year Long Struggle
Two-Time MP Chandan Mitra Resigns From BJP, Likely To Join TMC
Why Indian Railways Water Is Bad For Your Health
Indian Railways Supplies Contaminated Water
Beyond Hobby: How Amateur Operators Are Turning Ham Radio Socially Useful
When Micro Irrigation Becomes Urine-Fed Under The Currents Of Translation
The Familiar Global Eeriness of The Job
World Cup 2018: Here Are Key Takeaways From The Championship
Will Soap Nut Trees Save Bangalore's Bellandur Lake That Catches Fire?
Veteran Actress Rita Bhaduri Dies At 62
'Nothing Short Of Treasonous': Trump Faces Ire For Comments During Putin Meet
Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Pak To File Counter-Memorial Today
MP: Denied Ambulance, Woman Forced To Give Birth In Moving Bus
Selfie Sex On The WiFi
Sex Jehad: Religion In Pornographic Videos
The Light Behind The King Of Mumbai
Lone Threat To Muftis And Abdullahs
‘Impeachment Of CJI Is Nonsensical. Don’t Encourage The Idea’.
Rape Doesn’t Have A Colour
In Praise Of Narendra Modi
Till Messiah Come, Again
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