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In this issue

COVER STORY
God Ram is headlining the current national
discourse—from prime time to WhatsApp. He and the
pantheon from Indian mythology have also been the
source of bestselling pulp fiction lately.

Ethnicity Leaking Red

A real-life Bollywood drama is stoking the dormant antipathy between Bengalis and North Indians in West Bengal. Sensing opportunity, politicians are jumping into the fray.

Ethnicity Leaking Red

6 mins

Cost of Distrust

How political decisions by two countries hit a livelihood system based on cross-border business

Cost of Distrust

3 mins

Eye from the Shikhara

An SC petition against the Place of Worship Act 1991 sparks fears of a replay of the Ayodhya saga in the temple towns of Kashi and Mathura

Eye from the Shikhara

7 mins

Angels & Demons

Characters from India’s mythological cosmos are the new inspiration for writers in different languages

Angels & Demons

10+ mins

TURN TO CHAPTER THREE

The national education policy promises ‘large-scale’ changes, but can it complete unfinished lessons

TURN TO CHAPTER THREE

5 mins

‘Our education must be culturally rooted and suit 21st century needs'

Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ tells Prakash Kumar that the National Education Policy 2020 aims to “transform India into a ledge society and global knowledge superpower”. Excerpts from the interview:

‘Our education must be culturally rooted and suit 21st century needs'

5 mins

New Flint Knapping

From PPE kits to diagnostics, informatics and ventilators, tech start-ups have repurposed their expertise and preferences for the fight against COVID-19.

New Flint Knapping

7 mins

Singam On long leave?

The Sattankulam police violence has cast a shadow on super cop movies in Tamil cinema

Singam On long leave?

6 mins

Dramatis persona

Ebrahim AlkAzi 1925-2020

Dramatis persona

4 mins

‘An actor is bound to shine under Mira Nair's guidance'

In Mira Nair’s latest offering, A Suitable Boy, based on the novel by Vikram Seth, Ishaan Khatter plays Maan, a prominent politician’s son. He talks to Lachmi Deb Roy about working with Mira Nair, the chemistry between Tabu and him in the show and his choices as an actor.

‘An actor is bound to shine under Mira Nair's guidance'

2 mins

Read all stories from Outlook

Outlook Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Outlook Group

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

Outlook is a weekly news magazine published by Outlook Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. It was founded in 1995 by Vinod Mehta. Outlook covers a wide range of topics, including politics, business, society, and culture. The magazine is known for its investigative journalism and its bold and fearless reporting.

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