Introducing this week, our five-page special feature for the April-May general elections.
The focus this time is on political Facebook adverts, Modi saris, Sheila Dixit on AAP and
the break up of Gujarat’s young triumvirate, among other things.
Calamities Whizz Past
News of an airborne tragedy can make us think about how safe the planes we fly in are.
Relax, they’re quite safe. It’s just that the ‘near-collision’ data makes us feel uneasy.
For this exclusive package, Outlook starts from Gujarat and moves to other electoral
hotspots across the country, measuring the mood of the individual voter, and the issues
Grading The Schools
How much transformation has really taken place in Delhi’s education system post AAP?
Doon Hosts Kabul Eleven
Kabul is still a precarious place for international cricket, so the growing talent
of the Afghanistan cricket team finds a home ground, and new fans, in Dehradun
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