Poet Amanda Gorman is out with her new work, 'New Day’s Lyric', ending 2021 on a hopeful note.
With several Covid-19 restrictions in place, the country saw some major events cutting across 2021 to leave a mark in time.
Outlook takes a look at trends in the field of entertainment in the year 2021 through the eyes of the craftsmen.
A personal account of torture by security forces led to a play depicting the horrors of a draconian law
‘Normal’ is not a state of life in the Kashmir valley. It’s a shiny factoid woven into every movement, manufactured in a post-truth world.
The last two years have shown that the pandemic is a great leveller. It struck every country with equal ferocity. What awaits the world in 2022? Uncertainty...
Snapshots of Patna seen through photographs—people, places and poetry
According to the oral tradition of the Ao Nagas, there were some special men and women who were endowed with powers to read the future. They were called...
Primitive, outrageous or hilarious, call them what you may, some honourable members of our judiciary surprised us this year with their comments. Here are ten.
Yearender 2021: The reality is reels – an ensemble of sound and visuals to share some short message of 15 or 30 seconds on Instagram – are reducing the...
From athlete Milkha Singh, photojournalist Danish Siddiqui to activist Kamla Bhasin. We look back at the well-known Indians who breathed their last in 2021. ...
Critically dependant on remittances from the Gulf, Kerala’s economy is staring at an abyss after lakhs returned home following Covid lockdowns
My apocalypse came in images—an abandoned horse, a body wrapped in plastic and the story of a professor who was making a curriculum of darkness
During the quarter ended September 2021, Vegetable Products clocked zero revenue from operations and posted net loss of Rs 18.23 crore.
Covid-19: People were confined to their homes in the pandemic, which made them to imagine the apocalypse.
Poetry by Rohith, a doctor and poet from Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh
‘Non-human’ entities rule our world. And we are mere puppets in the Great Game.
A story written for 'Outlook'. Translated from the original in Tamil by Kavitha Muralidharan.
How will the world end? With a whimper, as Eliot predicted? Or in a yawn, as Pope said it would.
In this anniversary and year-end issue combined, Outlook looks at a range of stories of hope, despair and redemption. We delve into this apocalyptic version of...
The internet has certainly liberated news. But it negates the training of a correspondent, the endless discussion in news meetings, the polishing of copy and...
Station Eleven might be the only pandemic-related TV show which portrays loss with such sincerity—a narrative of unspoken grief
The Covid-19 pandemic exposed India’s stark inequalities like never before
Over the past two years, Covid rendered spectator sports—that symbol of civilisational normality—into a battleground of perception
The pandemic taught the world to battle emptiness and also to seek the meaning of life and love in the people around them