The geologists believe that they might even find fossilised dinosaur eggs when they conduct a further excavation.
India's COVID-19 epicentre: Three lockdowns later, Maharashtra accounts for 34.5% of nation's confirmed cases, its worst recovery rate
As it stands, 34.5 percent of India's COVID-19 positive cases and almost 40 percent of India's coronavirus-related deaths are from Maharashtra
The way Sharma addressed his employees at a Paytm party really made us think that he wanted to punch someone apart from celebrating Paytm's success.
The Bombay High Court slammed the investigation agencies over slow probe of murders of the rationalists Dr Narendra Dabholkar and Govind Pansare.
The range of diversity in people’s preferences for medicine is the premise that Aarathi Prasad explores in her latest book, In the Bonesetter’s Waiting Room
A new study has found that addiction to – and not simply use of – mobile phones and internet is linked to anxiety and depression in teenagers.
Software major Infosys on Tuesday announced tying up with Microsoft to offer healthcare analytics, using the latter's cloud platform.
Dating websites and apps may be behind the growing number of newly HIV-infected men in the US, a new study has said
Social Media giants, Zuckerberg and Dorsey, are aggressively thwarting the extremist group's activities by suspending accounts and deleting posts
To posit the ban on beef as something imposed only by a Brahmin caste on society is unfortunate. There is a strong case for providing all animals the protection from an over-expanding animal husbandry industry and excessive meat-eating
There can be no two opinions about the horrific act of a man being killed for allegedly possessing beef. But arguments in the beef controversy have not been consistently liberal
After beef and book bans, we now have the Catholic Secular Forum demanding a play ban because its lead actors are "not Christians". Our penchant for banning comes comes from our tendency to protect the minority instead of the individual
The elevation of Indian Sundar Pichai as CEO of Google shows that meritocracy works in America. But in India, we are still stuck with promoting ideas and policies that promise mediocrity and sub-optimal outcomes
Rajiv Malhotra's book Indra's Net has be criticised by some for failing to provide adequate attribution for some ideas. But more important than these allegations are the core ideas he presents in the book. The author says there are 7 big ideas
All said and done, there is a case for retaining the death sentence in the rarest of rare cases, provided the phrase "rarest of rare" is defined clearly and transparently. What is worrisome about capital punishment is its occasional arbitrariness.
Rajiv Malhotra, target of a campaign over inadequate attribution to western Indologists in his book Indra's Net, explains that he is not here to play by the rules set by western academicians for their own purposes.
Accusations of plagiarism against Indian American author Rajiv Malhotra are a smoke-screen for a generalised attack on Hindu intellectuals.
Shashi Tharoor sings 'Lily The Pink', slams media, opens up on Sunanda: 5 key moments from Firstpost Salon
Here are some of the most memorable moments from the <em>Firstpost Salon</em> with Shashi Tharoor.
Separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has applied for an Indian passpost and then went on to say he is not an Indian by birth. He is right, but for reasons unrelated to what he stands for.
One wouldn't have known it, but the BJP MP from Sultanpur has a poet inside him.