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Outlook, March 10, 2008 cover
Editor Krishna Prasad
Former editors Sandipan Deb, Tarun Tejpal
Categories newsmagazine
Publisher The Outlook Group
First issue October, 1995
Country India
Language English

Outlook is one of India's four top-selling English weekly newsmagazines. Like many other Indian magazines it is reluctant to reveal its circulation, but the 2007 National Readership Survey suggested 1.5 million copies. Outlook's competitors are India Today, The Week, and Tehelka.

Outlook has been published in New Delhi continuously since October 1995 by the Outlook Group, whose founding editor-in-chief is Vinod Mehta. In October 2008 Mehta appointed Krishna Prasad as Outlook's editor. Earlier, Prasad had edited the magazine's special issues. Prasad also publishes the popular blog Churumuri.

Sandipan Deb and Tarun Tejpal are past editors of the magazine.

Outlook made news for its investigative reports of the "Kargil bungle" and the cricket "match-fixing controversy." [1].

Writers for Outlook included Bhaichand Patel, Rakesh kalshian, Uri Avnery, George Monbiot, Daniel Lak, Ashok K. Mehta, B. Raman, Anil Dharker, Saeed Naqvi, Ramachandra Guha, Prabhu Ghate and Andrew Whitehead.

The Outlook Group also publishes Outlook Traveller, Outlook Money and the Hindi Outlook Saptahik.

Launched by Hathway Investments Private Limited, the Outlook Group is currently owned by the Rajan Raheja Group.


  1. ^ Datta, Saikat (2007-03-12). "More Q's Than A's: The CBI trips over itself in the latest Quattrocchi goof-up". Outlook. Retrieved 2007-03-06. 

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