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In this issue

COVER STORY
After China killed 20 Indian soldiers at the LAC, Modi
says he will not “compromise on borders”. As the
prospect of disengagement looks bleak, what does
the future hold for the sparring neighbours?


Lotus Wilts in Loktak

Former CM ibobi Sigh of Congress (left) and CM N. Biren Singh, who leads the BJp alliance

Lotus Wilts in Loktak

2 mins

Bihar Poll Theme: Fifteen Vs Fifteen

As Nitish replays old vinyl titled ‘RJD jungle raj’, Lalu’s son says— CM doesn’t have anything to show other than the Yadav family

Bihar Poll Theme: Fifteen Vs Fifteen

6 mins

Blood On The Barbed Wire

Named after Ladakhi explorer Ghulam Rasool Galwan, the Galwan river flows west from Aksai Chin to converge with the Shyok in Ladakh. It slices through high-altitude mountains and the peaks overlook the valleys and pass—especially a stretch of India’s 255-km Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldi road running close to Galwan valley.

Blood On The Barbed Wire

10 mins

Snip A Forked Tongue

The equal cost imposed on China for its escalation at Galwan should caution it against a further violation of the June 6 agreement. With matching military strength in the area, both sides must ensure peace.

Snip A Forked Tongue

5 mins

Change or Perish

The immediate need for infrastructure and a credible military ecosystem is all very well. But the PLA’s ability to fight a transformational, algorithm war—non-kinetic and non-contact—is the danger in the future.

Change or Perish

5 mins

Hot And Sour Asia Policy

China’s strategy is to keep alliances from building amongst its regional rivals, using the carrot and stick routine.

Hot And Sour Asia Policy

3 mins

NO ONE'S GODSON

Sushant Singh’s suicide puts the spotlight on nepotism and the price outsiders pay to fit in Bollywood.

NO ONE'S GODSON

8 mins

Every Home A Studio Rasa

Driven by passion, enabled by technology, this is how Chennai’s musicians are serving concert-starved rasikas

Every Home A Studio Rasa

6 mins

‘My body is in great shape, tennis muscle memory runs deep'

To measure the contribution of the inimitable, and irreplaceable, Leander Paes to Indian tennis, one just has to look at the success percentage of his 30-year Davis Cup career: an astounding 72.65 per cent (singles/doubles, on all surfaces). Also, the 1996 Olympic bronze medallist holds the Davis Cup world record of most wins: 45 (77.58 per cent) in 58 ties played. Still, the ageless Paes, who turned 47 on June 17, is not averse to continuing, postCovid shutdown. While cleaning his Mumbai apartment during the lockdown, he spoke to Qaiser Mohammad Ali in a free-wheeling interview. Excerpts:

‘My body is in great shape, tennis muscle memory runs deep'

5 mins

‘Hong Kong's youth are desperate. They no longer care about their lives.'

June 12 marks the first anniversary of major clashes between pro-democracy protestors and the police in Hong Kong after its government introduced a controversial extradition bill. It was later withdrawn in face of mounting opposition, but protests continue unabated. Evans Chan has traced the evolution of the city’s resistance from the 2014 Umbrella Movement to the leaderless protests of 2019 in his engaging documentary We Have Boots. He talks to Syed Saad Ahmed about the film and the struggle against Chinese authoritarianism.

‘Hong Kong's youth are desperate. They no longer care about their lives.'

3 mins

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Outlook Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Outlook Group

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

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