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In this file photo, former Finance Minister Arun Jaitley speaks during the Outlook Speakout Awards function, in New Delhi.

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Rahul Gandhi speaks to Outlook

Shares a laugh with Outlook’s founder-editor Vinod Mehta in 1999

Photograph by Prashant Panjiar

Ruben Banerjee

Indranil Roy, Outlook Group CEO Addressing the media at the Press Conference for PCJ OSM Awards 2018

Rajesh Ramachandran

Jury members (from right) Sanjaya Baru, Omkar Goswami, R. Jagannathan; with Outlook Editor-­in-Chief Rajesh Ramachandran and colleagues Arindam Mukherjee, Lola Nayar and Arushi Bedi

Photograph by Jitender Gupta

Sunil Menon, Deputy Managing Editor, Outlook

Rajesh Ramachandran

Photograph by Sanjay Rawat

From right, Krishna Prasad Editor in Chief Outlook Magazine and Fashion Designer Ritu Berry, at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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Krishna Prasad, Editor in Chief Outlook Magazine (second right) at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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From left, Actress Shilpa Shetty and Sashi Tharoor Congress MP, at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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From Left, Krishna Prasad, Editor in Chief Outlook Magazine, Fashion Designer Ritu Berry, Indranil Roy Publisher Outlook Magazine, Sunit Arora Managing Editor Outlook, Facebook Public Policy director Advaita Kala and Dilip Cherian Perfect Relations, at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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From Left, Indranil Roy Publisher Outlook Magazine, Lloyd Electric and Engineering Ltd director Nipun Singhal and Alok Mehta Outlook Hindi Editor, at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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Actress Shilpa Shetty at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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Left, Fashion Designer Ritu Berry and right Indranil Roy Publisher Outlook Magazine at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at The Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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Krishna Prasad, Editor in Chief Outlook Magazine speaks at Outlook Social Media Awards Press Conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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From left, Facebook Public Policy director Ankhi Das and Advaita Kala at Outlook Social Media Awards Press Conference, at The Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

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From left, Sashi Tharoor Congress MP, Fashion Designer Ritu Berry and Actress Shilpa Shetty at Outlook Social Media Awards Press Conference, at The Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

Photo by Jitender Gupta/ Outlook

From left, Krishna Prasad Editor in Chief Outlook and Actress Shilpa Shetty at the Outlook Social Media Awards Press Conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

From left, actress Shilpa Shetty and Krishna Prasad Editor in Chief Outlook Magazine at Outlook Social Media Awards Press Conference, at the Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

From left, Facebook Public Policy director Ankhi Das, Fashion Designer Ritu Berry, Actress Shilpa Shetty at Outlook Social Media Awards press conference, at The Hyatt Regency, in New Delhi.

The Lloyd Outlook Social Media Awards aims to recognise exc­ellence in social media. The unveiling of the awards in Delhi was starry: Shashi Tharoor, Ritu Beri, Shilpa Shetty, Advaita Kala, Dilip Cherian and Krishna Prasad all rubbed shoulders.

Photograph by Jitender Gupta

It was a brilliant relook into the Hashimpura massacre (In Cold Blood, Apr 6, 2015), and it won former Outlook reporter Pavithra Rangan Mumbai Press Club’s Red Ink award. She receives it from Union minister Piyush Goyal and Maharashtra governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao in Mumbai.

Photograph by Narendra Bisht

Krishna Prasad (center), Outlook Editor in Chief, at a protest march with other journalists from Press Club to Supreme Court against attacks on media persons in Delhi court yesterday Monday 15 February 2016.

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Krishna Prasad is the editor-in-chief of Outlook.

Tribhuvan Tiwari

File: Veteran journalist and author Vinod Mehta dies after prolonged illness. He was 72.

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Went Places, And Arrived It was the 175th issue launch party of Outlook Traveller in Delhi, and India’s top travel magazine was celebrated by a large gathering. (From left) Traveller editor Amit Dixit and Aman Nath of Neemrana give a big hand as editor-in-­chief Krishna Prasad takes a knife to the sparkly, numbered cake.

Puneet K. Paliwal

'Outlook' magazine's assistant editor, Madhavi Tata, with the Ramnath Goenka Award for environmental reporting, 2014.

We are Green with Envy Our very own Madhavi Tata has bagged the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism for her report on the environmental problems created by the POSCO project.

Editor-in-Chief of Outlook Krishna Prasad

Krishna Prasad is the editor-in-chief of Outlook

April 20, 2015
With apologies to the rock bards, we really do need some education.

January 12, 2015
Everyone has a library in their head. How many of these fit into yours?

December 22, 2014
Sometimes, it may seem as if the countdown began too early....

January 20, 2014
Was it revolution or counterrevolution? As soon as we figure out....

October 21, 2013
The unspeakable? If there are still manual scavengers in Swachh...

March 25, 2013
Of all the claimants to the title ‘foreign hand’, Italy is capo di tutti capi.

December 31, 2012
The future is beginning. Well, at least a bit of it. Gujarat aims for Delhi.

September 10, 2012
Not carbon nanotubes, not Fullerenes, it’s plain coal that was smokin’.

March 26, 2012
Arundhati. The word as scalpel. An angiography of everything, really.

December 19, 2011
When the lawyer sent us a legal notice, we said we only meant Groucho.

February 28, 2011
Two decades after his epochal arrival, the good doctor is ailing.

November 29, 2010
The Scam. The Issue. Dedicated to all those who call us lovely names.

November 1, 2010
It’s the same planet. TV screechfests, blogs, and yes, the politics of print.

April 5, 2010
WiFi! Battery! And why they now top Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

October 19, 2009
Any year, at random, can be proved to be epochal. Some were.

November 17, 2008
One half of Castro’s apocryphal prophecy comes true. Incredulity.

January 14, 2008
India is a bouquet of contraries, and it takes sundry writerly lenses.

August 20, 2007
Sixty years on, it was time to pause, judge. A jury’s 60 of the greatest.

April 30, 2007
Eight years of pressure cooker politics later, the tuber is still cooking....

January 1, 2007
History a la mode. Issue one. The humanising of the Mahatma.

November 27, 2006
Hu was that who came and went? A mystery, enduringly illustrated.

April 10, 2006
Plenty zeroes there, but it was an age of scams. One flew below the radar.

October 17, 2005
Bang in the middle of the noughties, or at the cusp of a millennium?

December 27, 2004
The Bros Kathiawari, still thick then, had just one rule: ask no questions.

September 6, 2004
Was the atheist guru of Hindutva one of those who goaded on Godse?

August 30, 2004
Ray Roman, they called his font. Line, space and movement, defying time.

November 3, 2003
Phosphate cola, anyone? Or do you prefer local, organic, steroid brahmi?

April 7, 2003
“Indians deeply love you,” a fawning ex-PM told him. Depends on who you ask.

August 12, 2002
The stubble. The stub. The mafia grunge. Hell, that noise on the phone.

April 29, 2002
Each bon mot, all verbal flourishes gave way to a pregnant, dark pause....

March 18,2002
Apocalypse comes in many guises. This one was entirely terrestrial.

September 24, 2001
The revolution will be televised, did you say? A millennial day in Y2K+1.

January 22, 2001
The man with the magic wand and pixie ears tries one last flick o’ the wrists.

Pranay Sharma

Jitender Gupta

October 16, 2000
It’s 5 o’clock. It’s Y2K. Time for soul-searching, a li’l navel-gazing too.

March 20, 2000
Darn sight better-looking than Dubya for sure. All hunky-dory, bilaterally.

July 26, 1999
It’s a question that can be asked for all wars. A brigadier asks it here....

August 9, 1999
Just before NDA’s first big win, we pay homage to our high command

May 25, 1998
A tectonic rumble deep in the desert. And South Asia shifted on its axis.

October 27, 1997
Young paddy, ancient rubber...a spry arrival of politics by other means.

June 11, 1997
The baleful zeitgeist now messes with the genteel game’s jolly reputation.

August 14, 1996
The sun sets on the Rao years, a jaundiced light shining on India’s polity.

July 31, 1996
Food fads? They’ve been around since Gandhi.... Or, well, was it Charaka?

November 15, 1995
The efflorescence of Ten. At the other end: a newly buzzing economy.

October 18, 1995
Kashmir only ever got a hushed media silence. Omerta gets killed here.

Dilip Bobb

Jitender Gupta

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