12 Beyond Bombs And Missiles
An analysis of the Prime Minister’s visit to long-time defence and trade partner Israel
14 The Bitter Side Of Mandarin
After routine verbal scuffles comes a flash of fury. The recent animated teeth-showing between
India and China at the border points towards a future of visibly tense ties.
28 The Inside Man
Amit Shah, touted as the master strategist behind BJP’s recent electoral victories,
three years as party president. In an exclusive interview, he speaks to Outlook
on his party’s achievements and ambitions.
38 Excuses In Riot Country
Stray flare-ups gain a communal colour and become political fodder in Muzaffarnagar
52 Who’ll Rein In The Horses?
After Anil Kumble’s unceremonious exit, the Indian cricket team is in need of a new coach
6 Letters 9 deep throat 60 Books 64 trending 66 diary
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