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Outlook English Magazine December Monday 10 2018
Bank Roll & Tumble Plan? After dissolving the legislative assembly amid protest from state parties, the J&K governor stirs another controversy by taking a decision on turning J&K Bank into a PSU Everything As The Truth Propaganda pages on Facebook, unending WhatsApp forwards and constant tweets, all pushing unverified information.
How is the fake news factory structured? Flash Moves Or A Flush? Looking from 2014, who knew the biggest impacts under the BJP government would be economic in nature. A stocktaking of the four years of ‘Modinomics’. Street Art Policy A walk through Allahabad, which has been repainted in vibrant colours for the Kumbh The Real Dolls For decades, American toy company Mattel moulded plastic around the most conventional ideas of beauty. That seems to be changing. More Barbies are going to be realistic. Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine December Monday 03 2018
Outlook English Magazine November Monday 26 2018
Gun Cache Reinstall Anxieties around the Citizenship Bill in Assam spark ULFA’s revival Out of CEO Stock Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal’s unceremonious exit, three months after one of the most successful Indian start-ups was acquired by Walmart, raises many questions Sanctums of Democracy A local tradition-vs-law issue in a so-called progressive state snowballs to touch some fundamental debates in our democracy.
Where all can the Sabarimala fiasco lead us to? On Ram Track A view from inside the Shri Ramayana Express, Indian Railways’ new train that offers you the complete ‘Lord Ram’ tour The Prodiguous Jabs Ensemble A look at four of the most promising women boxers in India right now who are preparing relentlessly for the Olympics in 2020 Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine November Monday 19 2018
The Plot’s In A Name Prayagraj on Google maps, another Ayodhya in UP and a whiff of a ‘Karnavati’ in Gujarat, analysing the name games of Hindutva, which are at an all-time high, Sarkar On Sarkar Tamil star Vijay touches the state government’s weak nerve again in his new film. As AIADMK supporters protest, some speculate if the actor will join politics.
To Kill A Wanderer A mentally challenged person is shot dead by the security forces in Kashmir. This is not the first time it has happened, Are We More Secure? It’s been ten years since the horror of the 26/11 terrorist attacks. How prepared are we now to stop such diabolical events in the future?, Last-Pitch Attempt? A debate erupts over Dhoni’s inclusion in the 2019 Cricket World Cup squad Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine November Monday 12 2018
Flying Haddocks A booze test is mandatory for Indian pilots, but is seldom conducted at foreign destinations Death Stalks Nearby More and more Kashmiri militants are being gunned down near their homes—much like the killings of cops and soldiers at or near their homes The Legend of DeMo.
It’s been two years since the Modi government scrapped two high-value notes in a surprise demonetisation move. We look at the fallout. Which Way Does the Hawa Blow? The battle lines are drawn, and the BJP is angling to repeat its 2014 feat. It has confidence, but is the voter as confident about the party as he was then? A Fort Full of Folk Tar, kamaicha and the like. A look at some unusual traditional instruments that are quietly receding from the public ear. Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine November Monday 12 2018
14 Tough Harvest Ahead Farmers of MP, which is soon going to the polls, are unhappy with the government 20 An Unending Probe A special unit was set up to probe Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination 20 years ago. It has still not come up with a conclusive report even though the key names around the conspiracy are dead. 24 Land Shifting Fear Fear stalks Rohingyas in Jammu after India deports seven from the displaced community
Outlook English Magazine November Monday 05 2018
Counties of Exclusion Pre-election politics in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh reveals Muslims have been left out in the ‘scheme’ of things Clay Heads Rising Rattled by the Sabarimala protests and the nuns’ demand for justice in a rape case, Kerala’s patriarchs react to show all that is wrong with regard to gender in the state The Bickering Barbs Internal conflicts in the Central Bureau of Investigation have come to cast a shadow on the prestigious agency’s integrity. What happens hereon? Each Month At A Life A peek into how the lives of urban Indians are being styled by the growing ‘rent culture’, which makes temporary living a permanent concept Flight of Vision Meet the eyes trained to spot the rarest and most fleeting of feathers across India’s wildlife sanctuaries and national parks Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine October Monday 29 2018
16 The Migration Backlash Migrant labour is considered the backbone of many states’ economic progress, but local sentiments and biases continue to haunt this itinerant workforce. 22 Frightened Hush #MeToo has yet to reach patriarchal, small-town India where sexual harassment of women is rampant and few dare to speak out. 30 Whither Congress?
The stakes are high for the grand old party of Indian politics in the five approaching assembly elections and the 2019 big daddy. How will it fare? Plus, a ground-check of the poll-bound states. 50 Beauty, Brains and Brawn Bodybuilding is giving many Indian women a weapon to take down the misogynistic social order and carve out an individual space. 59 Beer With Us A look at the growing breed of craft beers being brewed in India. Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine October Monday 22 2018
Episode Gujarati Manoos A stray echo, similar to the Maratha manoos xenophobia of Maharashtra, has come from Gujarat. Congress MLA Alpesh Thakor’s rhetorics come under fire. Shrine Soup Makers Ancient ordinance or modern diktat? The ban on entry of women in Sabarimala temple is more recent than Kerala conservatives would have you believe.
The Nasty Skeletons Dig Up Ricocheting from Bollywood to Indian media and vice versa, the MeToo moment is rattling the culture of ‘Man’ in our spaces. Exploring the complexities of an unfolding movement. Lighting In the Closets The countless stories that can be told after the exit of Section 377. A photo essay. Chugging Near the Sky Notes from a journey through the roof of the world on the sky train, China’s massive railroad project that now successfully connects the Tibetan region in crucial ways Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine October Monday 15 2018
20 Justice Hope The steadfast voice of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud in the Supreme Court on matters of great bearing on the people inspires much-needed confidence in the judiciary 22 Bollywood’s #MeToo Moment? Her complaint against Nana Patekar for alleged harassment was ignored and dismissed a decade back, but in the brave new world, Tanushree Dutta has many listeners 28 The Voices We Need In an atmosphere of stifled voices, it is all the more important to speak out. Outlook brings distinguished women of the country under one roof for their precious perspectives. 54 Eye Out For This Mani Director Mani Ratnam’s new film, a violent saga, looks promising. Will it stand out among his recent work and bring back the glory days for him? 58 Khaki Rites In Kill Country Exploring the dangerous contours of Yogi Adityanath’s encounter diktat in UP Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine October Monday 08 2018
Best In the biz 33 We went over hundreds of B-schools in the country to pick out the top 100. Outlook ranks them according to several pertinent categories in this issue. Deciding the full course 54 All the things to keep in mind for hoosing the right business course Master of Tongues 56 It pays to be a multilingual professional Sick threads 62 The factors troubling the carpet industry of Kashmir Brand New view 68 Private universities have been reinventing themselves, all for providing better opportunities an app launch pad 70 A British initiative to promote apps made by innovative minds in India, particularly the east chief chef 76 The story of a restaurateur who was once a management guru All teched out 84 Behind the latest best-selling brands in the market are tech-based venture capitals Broadband lesson plan 90 Needless to say, the internet age has transformed education. A peek inside our ‘connected’ classrooms. On Paper Prospe cts 92 Specialised foreign degrees and a global perspective, heirs of India’s family businesses look well prepared In The usa 106 The latest trends from business schools in the United States It’s Raining Hits 108 Bollywood biz has been exceptionally good this year with a string of hits, some even unexpected. Sanning this golden run Subscription Now
Outlook English Magazine October Monday 01 2018
12 Unity In Adversity In the face of loss and hardship, people in Kerala forget communal and political differences 16 Tropic of Chouhan An exclusive interview with Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who’s stepped up his campaign ahead of assembly elections in the state at the end of this year 34 Schools of the Seven Seas Like other things, education has also become a truly globalised commodity. Outlook ranks overseas universities that Indian students can go study in. 68 Pushed Under the Knife Hyper-aestheticisation of society and social media’s harsh visual culture landscape is pushing some of India’s youngsters to look for solutions in the cosmetic surgery theatre 76 Once Upon A Home A photo essay capturing frames of loss and decay of houses that Kashmiri Pandits had to abandon and Shabir’s story, who had to flee to Varanasi for helping his Pandit neighbours Subscription Now
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Outlook Weekly Magazine December 17, 2018 Issue : Bank Roll & Tumble Plan? After dissolving the legislative assembly amid protest from state parties, the J&K governor stirs another controversy by taking a decision on turning J&K Bank into a PSU Everything As The Truth Propaganda pages on Facebook, unending WhatsApp forwards and constant tweets, all pushing unverified information.
How is the fake news factory structured? Flash Moves Or A Flush? Looking from 2014, who knew the biggest impacts under the BJP government would be economic in nature. A stocktaking of the four years of ‘Modinomics’. Street Art Policy A walk through Allahabad, which has been repainted in vibrant colours for the Kumbh The Real Dolls For decades, American toy company Mattel moulded plastic around the most conventional ideas of beauty. That seems to be changing. More Barbies are going to be realistic.
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