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In this issue

Like the rest of the world, racism
thrives in India in different violent
forms and colours. Cornel West
and Suraj Yengde try to understand
the ogre that stalks us all

Parity in Disparity

Despite differences on how to get there, Ambedkar and the Congress shared a common goal: an egalitarian society

Parity in Disparity

5 mins

THE GLOBAL DALIT, THE INDIAN BLACK

“We come together as voices, as figures, as persons who are willing to live and to die for that quest for truth, beauty, goodness, and justice.”

THE GLOBAL DALIT, THE INDIAN BLACK

10+ mins

Muslims and the MIRAJ

The Hindutva upswing since 2014 has catalysed a new Muslim identity. Will it unveil another paradigm of Indian politics?

Muslims and the MIRAJ

6 mins

PERIYAR Sunset?

Dravidian ideology is in regression. And the Hindu Right is at work trying to render irrelevant the small sites of struggle that may breathe life into it.

PERIYAR Sunset?

7 mins

A Quarter Renaissance

Even with its self-deprecating tropes, the acme of ‘the modern Indian’—as seen by the Bengali in the mirror—was built around exclusions of ‘non-Bengalis’ and other marginalised groups

A Quarter Renaissance

6 mins

Noir and Rouge: Getting Under the Skin of Indian Cinema

India, a land fertile in caste and colour racism, readily embraced the bias against ‘Black’ inherent in cinema technology and Western cinema—sometimes nakedly, as in Bollywood, and sometimes mediated through twisted, conflicted desires, as in regional films

Noir and Rouge: Getting Under the Skin of Indian Cinema

9 mins

Harry Them Not

From food to dialect, the jibes, sneers and bias directed at Biharis all over India aim to reduce them culturally

Harry Them Not

7 mins

Tried Axone With Paneer Yet?

BEING a Northeasterner in India is not easy—a shadow of suspicion, that oddballish mistrust, tails each one who ventures west of those river valleys and forested highlands of the tourist brochures.

Tried Axone With Paneer Yet?

5 mins

New Guard Against Uneven Bounce

English sports has gracefully acknowledged the Black Lives Matter movement. But cricket, football and all other sectors need to have people from diverse ethnicities in senior management positions.

New Guard Against Uneven Bounce

5 mins

Full Citizenship Chai, With Ilaichi

Denial of the right to love still kills young people in India. For LGBT couples, not even the law is on their side.

Full Citizenship Chai, With Ilaichi

4 mins

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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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