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Outlook India has temporarily suspended its print edition of The Outlook magazine.

An announcement made by Editor-in-chief Ruben Banerjee on the Outlook India website confirms that they have stopped the print edition temporarily.

Outlook India has informed that due to the emerging situation of lockdown and curfew in India they were unable to deliver the print edition of their publication; however, the digital version will be available. This measure has been taken to ensure social distancing to stop the viral infection spreading from person to person.

Ruben Banerjee through his Twitter confirmed the closure of print publication and posted the statement issued by the CEO of Outlook Indranil Roy which proves the suspension is temporary.

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