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7 The Poliglot This Week

The Congress’s predicaments in Andhra and its uneasy relationship with the BSP, how Bihar

CM Nitish Kumar, despite being a BJP ally, holds his own, and much more.

16 Another Chance of AAP?

Much has changed since the Aam Admi Party swept Delhi voters off their feet. The charm

may have gone but hope still remains for AAP in the capital. Analysing the party’s chances.

32 The Big Bit-Sized Bets

The world of fantasy gaming apps lies in the grey zone of legality: it offers millions

a chance to place bets on matches and the turnover is in crores. A study.

44 Wind Wrath And Water Woes

Two states in India are battling almost bipolar climate calamities: a drought in Karnataka

and a cyclone in Odisha. A look at how they are coping with these weather extremities.

58 A Film For Ponni’s Son

A Mani Ratnam film seeks to recreate the magic of the grand Ponniyin Selvan, Tamil Nadu’s

most iconic novel. In the past, MGR had tried too, but failed. Best wishes.

4 LETTERS 62 BOOKS 64 GLITTERATI 66 DIARY

Outlook has rewritten the way news and and general interest magazines are presented in India. It is comprehensive yet concise and crisp, investigative and bold in its approach. Outlook covers an array of topics ranging from current affairs, socio-economic issues, politics, lifestyle, entertainment, sports, international features, etc. Outlook reaches out to over 16 lakh upmarket, urban focused readers. Outlook has won a myriad of awards including the prestigious "International Press Institute" Award for Excellence in Journalism in 2007. Outlook encourages little known people who speak out loud against oppression, corrupt systems and social issues by instituting “Speak Out Awards”. Outlook also triggers young minds through an all India School debate called ‘Speak Out Debate” by reaching out to over 300 schools in 18 cities in India. Students who win the Indian round are sponsored by Outlook for international debates held in Korea, South Africa, etc

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