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Jan 01, 2018
Analog/VirtualIn a new world where productivity is prized, under-performers are subjected to a strange form of punishment | Presenting #FutureFiction on #FirstCulture
Dec 30, 2017
2017: A Year In MusicA soundtrack for the year gone by | #YearInReview | #FirstCulture
Dec 10, 2017
What Ranko Popovic lost to the warRanko Popovic, coach for FC Pune City in the Indian Super League, recalls his long journey — from playing on Kosovo's streets, to the international arena
Nov 18, 2017
Kashmir's saffron harvest sees sharp declineDry spells and improper implementation of government schemes could sound the death knell for the glory days of saffron cultivation in the Kashmir valley | #FWeekend
Oct 29, 2017
The Wular's young saviourKashmiri teen Bilal collects garbage from the Wular to make his living. His efforts to clean up the lake have made him a star
Oct 22, 2017
India and the origins of ZeroExperts are clear that zero, as we know it, is an “Indian” invention — but how, why, and when it first emerged as a distinct mathematical concept is less a story of numbers, and more one of how different cultures looked at the world, how information was disseminated across countries, and how fundamental aspects of different models of philosophy and religion informed our consciousness and interests.
Oct 15, 2017
A Million Ways To Die In DelhiSituations that would evoke mild annoyance elsewhere trigger murderous rage in Delhi, literally unleashing the killer instinct in people
Sep 17, 2017
Saina Nehwal's homecomingSaina Nehwal expects the much-talked-about return to her alma mater to be more success-driven and fruitful than the previous one.
Sep 02, 2017
Swaraj at 70On 13 August, Firstpost began a series titled Swaraj at 70 that examined how different people from various walks of life view the concept of swaraj, aazadi and democracy.
Aug 27, 2017
What’s your beef?In the 14th edition of this column, meet poet Chandramohan S, who offers a Dalit critique on the contentious issue of 'beef'