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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 20, 2017
League Cup: Manager Paul Clement feels Swansea poised for good run after reaching last-16Clement added, “We are putting down a good foundation. We are keeping things tight and when you are not conceding many you always have a chance to go and win games.”
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 14, 2017
Lionel Messi leads Barcelona to victory over Juventus; Chelsea thrash debutants Qarabag in Champions LeagueLionel Messi's brace helped Barcelona beat Juventus, while Chelsea thrashed Azerbaijani debutants Qarabag 6-0 in the opening group round fixtures of the Champions League.
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'
Aug 26, 2017
Where are the women in Bengaluru?In the final part of the gender and public space series, we explore India's IT capital — Bengaluru.
Aug 25, 2017
Where are the women in Chennai?In the third part of the gender and public space series, we explore the streets of Chennai.
Aug 24, 2017
Where are the women in Kolkata?In the third part of our series on gender and public space, we explore Kolkata
Aug 23, 2017
Where are the women in Mumbai?Men outnumber women in the Fort precinct, which is considered the heart of Mumbai.