Firstpost Editor's Picks: Narendra Modi to visit Russia, PSU bank mergers, F1; today's must-read stories
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Narendra Modi to visit Russia, Nirmala Sitharaman announces merger of public sector banks, Spiderman's exit from MCU; today's must-read stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Russia comes at a time of huge geopolitical turbulence when the US-China trade war is in full swing, the ties between two American allies – South Korea and Japan – are strained, Beijing is pursuing aggressive policies in the South China Sea, and most importantly, India-Pakistan bilateral ties are at an all-time low.
As India wakes up to the week after a big-bang announcement of mergers meant to consolidate 10 public sector banks into four behemoths, niggling questions remain: Is this more of the same from the point of view of what public sector banks essentially do? Is this a headline management attempt by a fiscally-strapped Narendra Modi government to divert attention from a severe economic slowdown?
At the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix ,Renault confirmed Esteban Ocon would be driving for the team alongside Daniel Ricciardo in 2020. This meant that Nico Hulkenberg was left without a seat — a challenging position for any driver.
In recent centuries, especially after British colonisation, the adivasi worldview has been in constant and dynamic flux. The catalyst to this change could be the post-Independence era which was flooded with schemes, rules, regulations and provisions which might not go hand in hand with the adivasi worldview.
For fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the last two weeks have been quite a downer. When we first heard that Spider-Man could be set to leave the MCU, for many, their initial reaction was flat out denial
Narendra Modi’s Europe visit reaffirms India’s diplomatic heft despite Russian roulette at play in Ukraine
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits an emerging 21st century ‘Concert of Europe’ and discovers common ground in India’s ties with the West
She also added that the Congress was involving itself in absentee politics and what we required was a Congress-mukt Bharat
Ranveer Singh joins the likes of Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz, Tom Holland and Nicholas Cage - here's how
Ranveer Singh is gearing up for the release of Jayeshbhai Jordaar, which is set to hit the screens on 13 May. The film marks the Bollywood debut of Shalini Pandey.