30 November, 2020

Why I Love To Hate Outlook

Too many investigative stories make the magazine look like a chronicle of negativity.

Fotocorp (From Outlook 13 July 2015)
Why I Love To Hate Outlook
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Though I don’t read Outlook regularly, whenever I have laid my hands on the magazine, I have found it to be quite different from the present crop of publications. I liked the recent issue on Emergency as it gave details, which otherwise readers would have missed. The stories in Outlook are offbeat and incisive. There is always an effort by the writers to look at the other side of any issue. In fact, not just the readers but also the government must be waiting for each issue of Outlook to know about a policy or decision. As a reader, though, Outlook needs to change its outlook. The pages can be increased, especially those related to lifestyle and entertainment, and of course developments on the agricultural front need to be factored in as India is not just about politics and governance. Too many investigative stories make the magazine look like a chronicle of negativity. A few more feelgood and positive stories will help set the balance right. I feel Outlook should not lose its zing with its content. When it needs to call a spade...

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