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Mumbai Meri Jaan

Mumbai Meri Jaan

Bombay. Bambai. Mumbai. India's commercial capital through the eyes of the native, the migrant worker, the politician, the gangster, the filmmaker. What makes Mumbai what it is? Editor Chinki Sinha and Managing Editor Satish Padmanabhan discuss the latest...

23 July 2022
Sainik Pandharinath Sawant on what went wrong for Shiv Sena

Sainik Pandharinath Sawant on what went wrong for Shiv Sena

In the big debate concerning what has led to the downfall of Shiv Sena, journalist and close associate of the Thackerays, Pandharinath Sawant tells Outlook...

18 July 2022

Deadpen Messiah

The hip-hop life and gangsta' death of Punjabi rapper Siddhu Moosewala

Gangsta Rap

Gangsta Rap

Deconstructing the phenomenon called Sidhu Moosewala and the broader picture of Punjabi music, often criticised for glamourising guns and espousing toxic...

16 July 2022

'It was never about power for Uddhavji' says Priyanka Chaturvedi

"Uddhav Thackeray has only come out stronger from the rebellion against him," says Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi in an interview with Outlook's Mumbai...

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09 July 2022
Monsoons: Melodies and Maladies

Monsoons: Melodies and Maladies

The annual monsoons bring joy to millions of people and also untold misery across states. What makes the rains both beautiful and terrifying? Editor Chinki...


07 July 2022
Dreams and Mirages

Dreams and Mirages

The long and lonely struggle for government jobs takes its toll on Bihar youngsters


05 July 2022
Big Game Hunting in Small Town India

Big Game Hunting in Small Town India

Tutorial classes that prepare students for competitive exams have been big business in metropolitan centres for decades. But with the economy on the downswing...


04 July 2022
Urdu Novelist Rahman Abbas On Writing About Forbidden Love and Politics

Urdu Novelist Rahman Abbas On Writing About Forbidden Love and Politics

In his novels, forbidden love and politics intermingle, sometimes explosively. Mumbai-based fiction writer Rahman Abbas, who has written five novels, has been...


29 June 2022
Using art to democratise environment data

Using art to democratise environment data

Programmer turned multimedia artist Nandita Kumar combines art, environmental science, technology, and community to create interactive art installations in the...


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29 June 2022
The queerness in the Dalit world

The queerness in the Dalit world

Stories have been the oldest and staunchest allies of Dalits, where ideologies and governments have failed, our storytellers have preserved the most honest of...


27 June 2022
‘In A Democracy, Everyone Has A Right To Create Controversy’: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla

‘In A Democracy, Everyone Has A Right To Create Controversy’: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla

On June 19, Om Birla completed three years as Lok Sabha Speaker. Downplaying the controversies over passages of several bills, he describes his tenure as...


26 June 2022
Why Don’t You Paint Flowers Mr. Komu?

Why Don’t You Paint Flowers Mr. Komu?

Mumbai-based multimedia artist and curator, Riyas Komu, has enhanced a number of Outlook editions with his artworks, including the latest one titled Errors,...


25 June 2022
Whose History Is It?

Whose History Is It?

Can the past be changed? Does rewriting history change the past? Editor Chinki Sinha and Managing Editor Satish Padmanabhan discuss Outlook's latest issue that...


22 June 2022
The Unvanquished

The Unvanquished

Like a shooting star, the #MeeToo movement hit the headlines in India, and faded. But the battlelines were drawn, and the fighters -- survivors, activists,...


21 June 2022
Cable Car Hangs Mid-Air

Cable Car Hangs Mid-Air

In a major tragedy on June 20, 11 people got trapped at Timber Trail Ropeway at Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh. This is the second time in the past 30 years,...


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21 June 2022
#Interview: Anil Kumar, senior officer of Indian Postal Service & Postmaster General, Kolkata

#Interview: Anil Kumar, senior officer of Indian Postal Service & Postmaster General, Kolkata

Anil Kumar, a senior officer of the Indian Postal Service, the Postmaster General of Kolkata, is honoured with many prestigious awards. In line with the vision...


18 June 2022
Is the #MeToo movement over?

Is the #MeToo movement over?

Editor Chinki Sinha and Managing Editor Satish Padmanabhan discuss the thought process that went into the latest Outlook cover story: the #MeToo movement and...


17 June 2022
Saudi is waiting for you

Saudi is waiting for you

Home to some of the finest sights in the world, Saudi Arabia is a window to the past, stemmed in the present and looking bright for the future. Spread across...


16 June 2022
Woodpecker- Poems from Goa

Woodpecker- Poems from Goa

Priyal 'Woodpecker' is one of the new age hippies of Goa. She performs, makes jewellery, and promotes sustainable living and environmentalism through her...


16 June 2022
Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost

Editor Chinki Sinha talks about Outlook's latest issue, on the sunshine state, Goa, in a panel discussion with a journalist, artist, writer and a hotelier on...


16 June 2022
Fado: Soul of Portugal

Fado: Soul of Portugal

Fado, they say, is the soul of Portugal in a song. The sailors sang these songs of yearning and of tragic loss. Fado means fate but then you can’t ever fully...


15 June 2022
IND vs SA: Bowlers Came Good, Positive Intent Is Key, Says Ruturaj Gaikwad

IND vs SA: Bowlers Came Good, Positive Intent Is Key, Says Ruturaj Gaikwad

Harshal Patel and Yuzvendra Chahal shared seven wickets as India beat South Africa by 48 runs in the third Twenty20 in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday to stay alive...


15 June 2022
Sanatan Sanstha Ashram and its multiple controversies

Sanatan Sanstha Ashram and its multiple controversies

Sanatan Sanstha Ashram, a mysterious hard-line Hindu organisation, is based in Goa's Ponda region. Chetan Rajhans, the national spokesperson of Sanatan...


15 June 2022
Outlook Business Movers & Shakers of Indian Business

Outlook Business Movers & Shakers of Indian Business

"Champions are not born; they prove on the field that they can stake a claim to that title." Outlook Business presents the #Movers&ShakersOfIndianBusiness,...


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Opinion

Bombay. Bambai. Mumbai. India's commercial capital through the eyes of the native, the migrant worker, the politician, the gangster, the filmmaker. What makes Mumbai what it is? Editor Chinki Sinha and Managing Editor Satish Padmanabhan discuss the latest Outlook issue.

23 July 2022

In the big debate concerning what has led to the downfall of Shiv Sena, journalist and close associate of the Thackerays, Pandharinath Sawant tells Outlook that certainly the ex-party supremo Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray is to be blamed, but so are the Sainiks who used the Sena as a crutch to fulfil their own political ambitions. Bal Thackeray’s brand of Hindutva was discontinued long ago, and that the MLA’s who cited this to be the reason for exiting the party is merely an excuse and not a falling out on religious grounds. Today, he says, younger Sainiks don’t involve veterans of the cadre-party in any decision-making, and so he’s just twiddling his thumbs at home.

18 July 2022

The hip-hop life and gangsta' death of Punjabi rapper Siddhu Moosewala

17 July 2022

Deconstructing the phenomenon called Sidhu Moosewala and the broader picture of Punjabi music, often criticised for glamourising guns and espousing toxic masculinity. Editor Chinki Sinha and Managing Editor Satish Padmanabhan discuss the latest issue of Outlook, which includes politics, art and culture and much more.

16 July 2022
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