Firstpost Editor's Picks: Armed forces in Kashmir, Amit Shah on triple talaq, Sacred Games Season 2; today's must-read stories
Editor's Picks: Armed forces in Jammu and Kashmir, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Amruta Subhash on Sacred Games Season 2, Pep Guardiola's VAR woes; today's must-read stories.
What the armed forces do in various parts of India, including Kashmir, is valorised by the media. We journalists do not have any independence of mind to be able to look at what is happening through neutral eyes. That makes it possible for us to take sides and ignore reality.
Speaking at an event in New Delhi, Shah defended the law criminalising triple talaq, saying it is meant "only and only to benefit Muslims." He added that triple talaq was a 'nightmare' for millions of Muslim women as it deprived them of their rights.
Siddiqui plays Ganesh Gaitonde, a Mumbai don with God-complex, who has acquired a cult following among his fans with. People on the streets often yell, ‘Gaitonde, Gaitonde’, when they see him but the actor doesn’t want to get carried away with the accolades.
Mira Jacob was prompted to write Good Talk by a series of questions posed by her son, about Michael Jackson, race and Trump. The graphic memoir employs a striking visual style – paper dolls superimposed on photographs, and uses humour and anecdotes to show what it means to be brown/mixed race in today's America.
From Moura's goal, until the rather dramatic ending of the match, the game played out in predictable patterns, with spells of Manchester City possession ending in near-escapes and close shaves for Tottenham
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The DGP said around 6,000 policemen have lost their lives fighting militancy in Jammu and Kashmir
Mehbooba was released on Tuesday night after the Union Territory administration revoked the Public Safety Act charges against her
JP Nadda slams P Chidambaram over comment on Article 370, says Congress using 'divide India' strategy
Chidambaram had said that the 'arbitrary and unconstitutional' decisions of the Narendra Modi government on Jammu and Kashmir must be rescinded