17 The Poliglot This Week...
...looks at the Congress’s position in Maharashtra, the business sleuths make during
elections, poll dances in Assam, Laloo’s flautist-politician son, and much more. Plus,
an interview with actor-turned-politician Prakash Raj.
24 Amchi Right Vs National Right
A look at MNS chief Raj Thackeray’s anti-Modi campaign
42 Legend Laps Left
The pillar Dhoni became through sheer talent for the Indian cricket team still stands strong.
Speculations of his retirement birthed prematurely. But it’s time now for a realistic analysis.
58 The Breeze Listicle
The lees of winter overstayed, and now the tropics prepare for a thick, heavy roast. Outlook’s
manual of updates on cool summer destinations could bring in some relief to the reader.
70 Stand Up For Your Right
It’s not all fun and games being a stand-up comic. A quick stocktakingof the Indian
stand-up scene and the worries and observations of some of its comics
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