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 Kashmir, Thereafter

Are political/electoral compulsions

behind Opposition parties’ support

to the Modi government’s Kashmir

gambit? What does a walk through

Srinagar’s power street feels like

now that most of its residents are

under house arrest? Why an army

officer fears the Valley’s deafening

silence? And why Pakistan’s

global K-push is a flop?

 Hungry India

Prime Minister Modi’s push for a

hunger-mukt Bharat is gaining

traction, but the POSHAN

Abhiyaan still has a lot to cover as

India has millions of malnourished

children—stunted/wasted from

birth. We in Outlook are doing our

bit through conversations, informative

articles, and the Outlook

POSHAN Awards 2019. And the

winners are…

 Medal Mettle

Indian athletes won 227 international

medals in July—impressive

by any standard. But the prospects

of our athletes standing on the

Olympic podium look remote,

a study portends. Is that so?

What does it take for India to

become a sporting power?

 She is King

They are men trapped in a woman’s

body. They are gender fluid and

transport from skirts to shorts—a

bra hooked backwards to make up

for masculine shoulders and faux

hair to look beardy hipsters. Come,

watch them…the Drag Kings.

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