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In this issue

12 Lead Kindly Light
A voluntary organisation in Kashmir is helping hundreds of young people battle scars,
both physical and mental, from pellets
22 Modicare 2.0
The Centre is planning on launching the second part of its ambitious health insurance
scheme, despite failing to plug loopholes in the first one
28 Digging Up History
New evidence at Rakhigarhi in Haryana is giving fresh perspective to our understanding
of the oldest civilisation in the world
50 Spin and Bounce
The BCCI depends heavily on government employees to run domestic cricket, but it is
resisting attempts to bring it under the RTI Act
54 Unraveling an Enigma
Exclusive excerpt from Outlook Editor Ruben Banerjee’s biography of Odisha chief
minister
Naveen Patnaik

Self Care In A Blinding State

After a hail of 1.3 million pellets by security forces, some victims get together to rehabilitate in Kashmir

Self Care In A Blinding State

6 mins

The Unquiet Dalit Street

Growing disquiet in the community is pushing Dalit leaders in the NDA to a tight corner

The Unquiet Dalit Street

6 mins

Act 2, Scene 1 Play Politics

Curtains rise on a potboiler as the final NRC draft spins a political punch-up in Assam and beyond

Act 2, Scene 1 Play Politics

5 mins

Sepsis Shots For The Masses

Modicare ambitiously plans healthcare for the poor, but doesn’t address the glaring concerns of past efforts

Sepsis Shots For The Masses

5 mins

Cut Ice With The ‘K'

Kashmir is a bellwether for Pakistan vis­a­vis India. It must be tackled for a way forward. 

Cut Ice With The ‘K'

5 mins

We Are All Harappans

The Rakhigarhi project shines light on an old enigma: the Harappans were genetically ‘Ancestral South Indian’ stock. Which is to say, all of us in South Asia are their children.

We Are All Harappans

10+ mins

Protection For Unruly Data

Europe’s shown the data protection way with the GDRP, India intends to follow, but the road is tricky

Protection For Unruly Data

6 mins

This Secrecy May Be A Fig Leaf

Deviations from universal practices in bilateral deals, even regarding  defence procurement, cannot be beyond the scrutiny of Parliament and the public

This Secrecy May Be A Fig Leaf

6 mins

Admit Not Jeeves's Game Sense

The BCCI detests the RTI’s bind. Yet its very structure—the men who officiate in matches—stands on government patronage.

Admit Not Jeeves's Game Sense

5 mins

A Meteor In Utkal

This excerpt from a political biography of Naveen Patnaik details Odisha’s discredited political class after the super cyclone, retelling how rapturous Odias accepted Biju Babu’s heir as a messiah

A Meteor In Utkal

9 mins

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Outlook Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Outlook Group

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

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