Coronavirus outbreak forces leaders to transcend party lines, coordinate on Twitter for welfare of migrant labourers stuck amid lockdown
This becomes interesting as social media, especially twitter has been a battleground for different ideologies, with contestation rather than consensus being the norm.
Firstpost has obtained 26/11 perpetrator David Headley’s testimony to the FBI, which shows he was told Ishrat Jahan was a suicide bomber. The UPA government has hidden this and other part of the story even as a CBI probe seeks to indict the highest leadership of India’s intelligence in the 'encounter killing'.
At least 17 bodies have been recovered at the base camp on Mount Everest where hundreds of climbers, including many foreigners, are stranded after an avalanche triggered by Nepal's massive earthquake slammed into a part of the camp on the world's highest peak. Here are some images.
A high-intensity quake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale on Saturday rocked many parts of east and north India, including Delhi. The epicentre of the earthquake was in Nepal.
Congress today appointed five new PCC chiefs and one regional Congress Committee President.
In the modern day world, risks are a plenty. None of these check on your profile, company, religion, class or seniority when they hit. They just hit. And we know now it can happen anywhere. Here are a few things we could all do to keep safer and better.
The CBI's FIR states that Sun TV was overvalued and thereby kicked off a series of events that led to Maran walking away with a cool Rs 550 crore.
After months of carefully constructed makeover rhetoric, Modi has regressed to favorite anti-national slur that once defined his previous ruder, cruder avatar.
The recent rumblings from inside AAP indicate a rising rebellion against a double standard where some leaders are sacrificed at the altar of its David-vs-Goliath strategy -- while others are kept safe.
By complaining to the Election Commission about Rahul Gandhi's charge that RSS elements killed Gandhi, the RSS is likely to draw attention to a portion of its past that it wants to forget. It may benefit the Congress more than the RSS.
Chidambaram's revenue estimates are over the top, with huge increases in taxes payable by individuals and the services sector.
In the end after some 100 questions, the nation got to know many things from Rahul Gandhi. It’s just that most of them were not answers to questions Arnab asked.
The family of Esther Anuhya, the techie found murdered in Mumbai 11 days after she went missing from a railway station, is fast losing hope.
The idea of a duty that we embody in our profession, whatever that profession may be, is lost to us.
In India by the time we woke up to news of Nelson Mandela's death it was already 6 December. For us that day marks a different anniversary. 6 December 1992 was the day the Babri Masjid came down and brought in its wake a communal horror which still haunts us. No truth. No reconciliation. Just bitterness.
Whether or not AAP succeeds, the party has shown it is possible to fight elections on low budget, without musclemen, without experienced politicians, by adopting innovative methods, and largely eschewing the temptation to appeal for votes on the basis of caste and religion.
Still, the rise of Kejriwal and Harsh Vardhan seems to have deflated the Sheila Dikshit campaign. After 15 years of supremacy, Aunty Sheila looks defeated before the first vote is cast.
A DGP found 93000 phones' call data records obtained without permission earlier this year.