1- In Outlook Hindi’s annual issue, cover story tries to find out how culture was ivolved in second decade of present millenium. Renowned writers and critics including Ganesh Devi, Surjeet Patar, Ravi Bhushan, Shamim Hanfi, M. Rajiv Lochan and Kuldeep Kumar present light on cultural changes in their aritcles.
2- Editor Harvir Singh in his regular column penned his thoughts on changes in various areas of society. He tries to underline the need to differantiate serious journalism from present free flow of news and information.
3- Giridhar Jha presents indepth story on political drama of Maharashra. He explains how Sharad Pawar turned the game after overnight government formation by BJP.
4- Kanhaiya Kumar tries to find out the root cause of ongoing agitation in Jawaharlal Nehru University. He explains how students from small towns and villages are being denied to access to higher education and development.
5- Naseer Ganai presents real situation of kashmir valley which is still reeling under various restrictions. Union home minister Amit Shah claims about normalcy but mainstream leaders are still behind bars. Common people have to face hardships in daily life.
Read by the modern and progressive Hindi reader, Outlook Hindi is a complete current affairs and general interest fortnightly for the well informed and concerned citizens, cultured people, conscious consumers, sensitive human beings and sensible families. It tracks a wide range of issues from politics and policy, economy and society to international affairs, literature and culture, personal finance and films, travel and spiritualism, and family and relationships. Instead of routine coverage, it provides deep analysis, thorough investigation, exclusive insights and an original angle. All packed with an aesthetic design and layout. In short, Outlook Hindi is a magazine with a firm outlook and attitude that provides a whole worldview in its interesting coverage and pleasant features.