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Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) December Monday 17 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 17.12.2018

Cover story is based on election of Five states. How its result will shape the furure politics of the country. Harvir Singh analyzing the scenario of ground reality. While Prashant Shrivastava and Narayan Bareth reports from different areas of Rajsthan. Ravi Bhoi did ground reporting from Chhatisgarh and MP. M.S. Shankar reports from Hayderabad. Interview of Ashok Gehlot.

Special package on Sabrimala Issue. Minu ittyipe throws the light on various aspects of controversy and development. Kanchan Srivastava took interview of indian gender equality activist and the founder of the Bhumata Brigade. Editorial based on how public interest issues are not becoming the part of mainstream debate.

Story on recent terror blast in Punjab and many more incidents regarding this and its link up with ISI sponsored Khalistan group. Ex. DGP of Punjab P.Lal warns how Punjab is on radar of Pakistan. Story on recent development in Jammu and Kashmir after dissolution of state Legislative Assembly. Naseer Ganai describes the every events aftermath. An interview of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti by Naseer Ganai. Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) December Monday 03 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 03.12.2018

Cover story is based on the various challenges before the nation. Harimohan mishra, Ashok vajpayee, Giriraj kishore, Vishwnath tripathi, Vinod kumar shukla, Surjit patar, Ramdarash mishra, Asgar wajahat, Abdul bismillah, Manglesh dabral, Asad jaidi, kancha ilaiah shepherd, Kashinath singh, Sudhir pachuari, Vimal kumar and Arvind mohan throwing light on the issue arises in the field of literature, Society and Politics.

2- Editorial is based on the Outlook’s journey and our anniversary special issue. Editor Harvir singh is analyzing the new challenges infront of the nation. 3- Interview of Central Textile Minister Smriti irani. Editor Harvir Singh talks on her life long journey. 4- Inside story on Finance ministry and RBI Tussle. Prashant srivastav is giving details of the controversy. 5- Ground report on election battle of Chhatisgarh. Ravi bhoi explains how will political equation being change regularly and there is no real wave on the ground. Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) November Monday 19 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 19.11.2018

Cover Story based on controversy over top investigating agency of the country CBI. Feuding bosses cause the CBI to implode. Harimohan Mishra analyze the all drama and implications. Ex CBI officer Amod Kanth and SC lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s interview on the issue. And opinion of Ex CBI officer N.K. Singh.

2- Special package on telecom issue. Prashant Srivastav throws the light on various problems regarding it, like call drop, slow speed etc. Bejon Mishra advocates for more freedom to TRAI to curb the problem. 3- Editorial based on current scenario of burning issue of autonomy of institutions. 4- Interview of Ex Union minister and senior BJP leader Kalraj Mishra.

He talks on various issues including probability in upcoming poll with Editor Harvir Singh and Associate Editor Prashant Srivastava. 5- Story on Jammu-Kashmir’s local body election and its result shows very low turnout. Kashmir expert Ashok Kumar Pandey explains explains the implications of it.  Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) November Monday 05 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 05.11.2018

Cover Story based on how Indian Cinema is evolving and changing its course. It has become more content based rather than name based. In changing scenario Content has become the King. Giridhar Jha, Rakhi Shandilya, Srikant Trivedi, Abhishek Shukla and Avinash Das throws the light on all this aspect.

Special package on #MeToo Campaign in India and it’s up rise in various field. Arshiya Dhar and Siddhartha Mishra covers how it has rages bollywood, comedy and most damagingly, media. Giridhar Jha covering it’s other aspect, where #MeToo rages bollywood but its top actors have ‘no coments’ to offer.

Editorial based on current scenario of burning issue of #MeToo and Its political implications for parties, especially for rulling BJP. 4- Story based on upcoming legislative election in five states including MP. Harimohan Mishra, Narayan Bareth, Ravi Bhoi, M.S. Shankar covering the issues and challenges in the concerned states. Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) October Monday 22 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 22.10.2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) October Monday 08 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 08.10.2018

1- Indian Rupee plunges to record low. And fuel prices hitting the sky day by day. All these factors are resulting into inflation and from common man to farmer, businessman everybody is getting affected. Prashant Srivastava goes in details of this issue. Pranav Sen’s article based on what government could have done to avoid such situation. Abheek Barua and Tushar Arora throws the light on when government will act and take appropriate decision.

2- How our many laws dilute our legal and constitutional rights. Salik Ahmad describes how our some of laws are archaic and need to be more liberal. Amnesty international India executive director Aakar Patel’s interview with Salik Ahmad. 3- Small and regional parties in north Indian especially in UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand can change the political game in upcoming general and legislative elections. Ajit Jha, Shashikant and Ravi Bhoi throws the light on it.

4- Story based on Vijay Mallya deportation. Ushinor Majumdar explains political and legal aspects of deportation and its implications. 5- In poll bound year Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh talks on various issues relating to election, schemes, strategy, development projects, farmer agitation and other issues. Interview with Outlook Hindi Editor Harvir Singh.  Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) September Monday 24 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 24.09.2018

1- New age banking is evolving day by day. The cover story is based on change in banking system and it’s implication. Prashant Srivastava explains it in detail. Manan Shah’s article based on cyber fraud and it’s increasing risk. Sunil Pant throws the light on Payment Bank and it’s challenges. 2- How Pune’s Bhima-Koregaon incident has become war of Mahabharat. Prachi Pinglay Plumber reports from Pune. 3- Walter K. Andersen, a professor who has studied the right-wing organisation for over five decades, speaks about the workings of the RSS and its growing influence on Indian society and politics. 4- Story based on Kerala Flood. Was the deluge so terrible because of poor planning and meddling with ¬nature? Minu Ittyipe reports from groud with Thufail P.T. 5- India creates history by winning most number of medals in 18th Asian Games. Chandan Kumar analyzing, this success is of rural india and players belong from deprived background. Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) September Monday 10 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 10.09.2018

Cover Story is based on agitation for Reservation. Harimohan Mishra and Chandan Kumar explains the national and electoral impact of this issue. Harish Manav throws light on Jat Andolan, Narayan Bareth explains why Gujjar in Rajsthan demanding for ST quota despite being in OBC quota. Shashikant explains the reason behind Quota within quota announcement by UP Govt. Kanchan Shrivastav questioning the burning agrarian crisis behind Maratha demands for OBC quota. M.S. Shankar putting strong point of view of Kapu’s demand for reservation and Tikendar Rawal is explaining how Patidar community in Gujrat can spoil BJP prospect in upcoming Lok sabha election. 2- M.S.R. Pillai from Tiruvnanthapuram and Prashant Srivastava from New Delhi reporting about Kerala disaster. Prashant Srivastava took interview of Ex DG of IMD Laxman Singh Rathor in this regard. 3- Former prime minister Atal bihari vajpayee’s passes last week. Vijay trivedi, Yashwant sinha, Sompal shastri and Virendra jain remembering his journey. 4- The Muzaffarpur and Deoria revelations outraged people’s conscience, but the rot in shelter homes goes far beyond. The failure is pervasive and systemic. Ajit jha analyzing the reason behind it. 5- In India there is a wide gap between the awaited number of transplants and available organs. Awareness is not only cause of this condition. Lack of infrastructure and specialist in government sector also make it bitter. Ajit jha’s report.  Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) August Monday 27 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 27.08.2018

1- Young entrepreneurs are learning how to create opportunities, not just for themselves, but for the communities. The cover story is based on the journey of new era’s entrepreneur. 2- Curtains rise on a potboiler as the final NRC draft spins a political punch-up in assam and beyond. Anupam bordoloi and abdul gani throwing light on this issue. 3- A shelter home in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur is at the centre of an alleged sex scandal where the victims are minor inmates and the one of the abusers is the owner of the NGO operating it. Ajit jha’s report. 4- Yashwant Sinha speaks to Harvir singh about the state of the current Government and various issue. 5- Sacred games underlines the power of freedom in the digital space. Giridhar jha throwing light on OTT.  Subscription Now

Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) August Monday 13 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 13.08.2018

1- Punjab has been drug plagued for long time. The cover story is based on spreading drug menance. Now, neighbouring states of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Himachal, Jammu and kashmir are also effected from it. Harish manav throwing the light on whole problem. 2- Rahul Gandhi’s words in Parliament during the course of the no confidence debate enthused his partymen. But it is enough for the Big Fight 2019? Is opposition accept him as a leader? Neerja Chowdhury analyzing the equation and challenges for Rahul Gandhi. 3- Story based on current situation of Higher Education and attempts made to reform it by government. Ex. chairman of UGC puts his opinion on recent action taken by MHRD to abolish UGC. Chandan Kumar explains complexity with higher education and new draft of Higher education commission of Indian. 4- Recently supreme court made it mandatory for Delhi-based private hospitals that were given land at subsidised rates will have to provide free treatment to EWS. Ajit jha throwing light on long legal battle behind it. 5- On Acharya Shiv Pujan Sahay’s 125th birth anniversary Om nischal remembering his major role in shaping the Indian literature.
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Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) July Monday 30 2018
Outlook (आउटलुक हिंदी) - 30.07.2018

1-Cover story is based on online dating app. Such app has changed the dating pattern in India and across the world. Ajit singh, Diptee agarwal, Dr. K. valentina and Dr. Achal bhagat throwing light on the different aspect of this trend. 2- Kashmir needs new initiative, narrative and new idioms to break the logjam. Outlook’s rountable finds early signs of meeting points that may open new roads. The panelists were from diverse sections. Shantanu mukharji’s column on deployment of NSG in Kashmir. Some rare photographs of valley’s beauty and tragedy is also with the report. 3- Chief minister of Haryana Manohar lal khattar talking about his governments achievement and challenges in a interview with Harvir singh and Harish manav. 4- Special package on higher education in India. Lola nayar, Saikat majumdar and Abhijit mazumdar analyzing different expect of innovation, research and institutions. India’s best universities ranking is also with it. 5- Indian Tennis Association is not able to produce big names after Paes, Bhupati and Sania Mirza. Still these star players are top performers for india in international arena. Chandan Kumar analyzing the reason behind this.  Subscription Now

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Outlook Fortnightly Magazine 17 दिसंबर 2018 पखवाड़े पत्रिका: Cover story is based on election of Five states. How its result will shape the furure politics of the country. Harvir Singh analyzing the scenario of ground reality. While Prashant Shrivastava and Narayan Bareth reports from different areas of Rajsthan. Ravi Bhoi did ground reporting from Chhatisgarh and MP. M.S. Shankar reports from Hayderabad. Interview of Ashok Gehlot.

Special package on Sabrimala Issue. Minu ittyipe throws the light on various aspects of controversy and development. Kanchan Srivastava took interview of indian gender equality activist and the founder of the Bhumata Brigade. Editorial based on how public interest issues are not becoming the part of mainstream debate.

Story on recent terror blast in Punjab and many more incidents regarding this and its link up with ISI sponsored Khalistan group. Ex. DGP of Punjab P.Lal warns how Punjab is on radar of Pakistan. Story on recent development in Jammu and Kashmir after dissolution of state Legislative Assembly. Naseer Ganai describes the every events aftermath. An interview of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti by Naseer Ganai.

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