By Way of Deception
How a well-liked daughter-in-law of a prominent family in Kerala became a serial killer.
And her weapon of choice? The instant-killer cynide.
Like foam bubbles—coming together and bursting—political equations are pushing their
luck in Haryana, Jharkhand and Maharashtra before they vote new assemblies
The Great Indian Ripoff
Lipsticks, toothpastes, shampoos, noodles, milk, medicines...for every branded product,
there is a counterfeit selling in India at a fraction of the orginal price
Trial by Pyre
Thirty-two years after Roop Kanwar’s sati in Deorala, as people await a court verdict,
Outlook explores her legacy—a goddess for some, victim of patriarchy for others
Comfortable on the Casting Couch
Barely a year after #MeToo hit Bollywood, alleged sexual predators are slowly
being rehabilitated. Has the movement fizzled out in B-town a year on?
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