Outlook - November 19, 2018

Publisher: The Outlook Group
Category: News, Politics
Language: English
Frequency : Weekly

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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 23rd 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, including its founding Editor-in-Chief, Vinod Mehta. It's currently edited by Ruben Banerjee. The Outlook Group now comprises a Hindi edition, a travel magazine (Outlook Traveller), a business magazine (Outlook Business), and a personal finance magazine (Outlook Money).

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.


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