Outlook - February 15, 2016
Published from New Delhi, and printed at multiple locations, with editorial bureaux and contributors across India and the world, the general-interest magazine combines the quirky with the cutting edge in its coverage of Indian politics, business, international relations---and arts, culture, books and trends. The pages of Outlook have played host to the biggest names of Indian intellectualism. Its founder Editor-in-Chief was the redoubtable Vinod Mehta; the current Editor-in-Chief is Krishna Prasad.
The Outlook Group now comprises a Hindi edition, a travel magazine, a business magazine, and a personal finance magazine.
18 The Dark of His Troubles - But it is Vemula’s suicide note that holds the key to understanding his tragic death.
44 Feel the Bern Yet? - Twitter’s #feelthebern shows the hope that Bernie Sanders has brought to American politics
50 She Speaks the Azadi Tongue - Fed up with facing violence on all fronts in their lives, Kashmiri women are no longer hesitating to file for divorce.
62 Muddy Lotuses - Is being a celeb enough to merit an award when you promote heath hazards?
3 LEADERS 6 LETTERS 22 SEVEN DAYS 24 DEEP THROAT 42 BIZTRO
48 TRACK 2 60 EAT, PRAY, LIVE 66 THE SKED 68 BOOKS
70 THE REVIEWS 72 TRENDING 74 DIARY
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Excuse Me, May I Have Your House?
Ten years ago, in 2006, Lata Mangeshkar announced she would leave India if a flyover was built in front of her mansion on Mumbai's Peddar Road. She said first that it would affect her voice, and then later that "if there is drilling on the road, the foundations of many buildings will be shaken." Tha...
'The Gang Who Created Unrest In Punjab'
During the Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, for the first time, Congress put up candidates, especially in Jammu region, on communal basis, which helped the Congress to gain more seats in the Jammu region. Even at that time, it was analyzed that this experiment will be repeated in Punjab also...
'Every Government Bugs Rashtrapati Bhawan'
The relations between Giani Zail Singh and Indira Gandhi had started turning sour right from the day Zail Singh occupied Rashtrapati Bhawan. Perhaps, Zail Singh was waiting for this day and he started exerting pressure on the Government to act on his advice at least in the matter of Punjab, which f...
The Curious Case Of Sanctions And Ashok Chavan
The CBI has made much of sanctions to prosecute public servants like Maharashtra's ex chief minister Ashok Chavan using the Governor's office but was the nod really necessary? CBI file notings, accessed by Outlook, clearly show that officers investigating the Adarsh scam, in which Chavan is an acc...
Rural Madhya Pradesh Is Facing A Crisis
Debt trapped Vijesh Chaturvedi of Rewa district in the state is toiling at a construction site in Bhopal. "I had run up a debt of Rs 1,60,000 and there was no way I could have repaid it, staying back in my village," Chaturvedi says. He is among thousands of people who have migrated to escape worseni...