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‘Outlook’ is India’s most vibrant weekly news magazine with critically and globally acclaimed print and digital editions. Now in its 20th year, Outlook's award-winning journalism has made the important interesting with groundbreaking public-interest and investigative reportage which has fetched it the International Press Institute Award for Excellence in 2007 and the World Media Summit Award in 2014. 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.
14 Collateral Partner India has reasons to worry over the ongoing geopolitical tussle between the US and Russia. A new US law seeks to punish defence and energy partners of Russia. 16 The Bahujan Tide In Your Face The ongoing Dalit agitation, executed with a formidable organicity, has forced political parties to rethink their strategies pertaining to the electorally-imperative caste question. 34 The Garbage Monster Delhi treats its waste like a bad memory; to be dumped in a corner and forgotten. Now, when the ranges of rubbish have begun to haunt, we are still not readying to face the stinking truth. 58 Striking Gold Along the Coast India’s medal tally at Gold Coast increases by the day. It’s both a proud and humbling moment for Indian sports, which have evolved to produce champions. 62 Where Credit’s Due Abhinay Deo, who directed the memorable Delhi Belly, is back with a promising dark comedy