Firstpost Editor's Picks: Triple talaq bill passed, ugly truths of Kargil war, Kabir's legacy; today's must-read stories
Editor's Picks: Triple talaq clears Rajya Sabha test, incompetence of generals during Kargil war, how AI is making fashion industry more intelligent; today's must-read stories.
While formulating that strategy two things were important — this time the government didn’t rush the Bill in the Rajya Sabha in the opening days, instead it went for creating a conducive atmosphere
From Brigadier Devinder’s case and other Kargil-related litigation and classified documents, this much is clear that the top military and civilian leadership ignored warnings of imminent conflict, and then scapegoated mid-level commanders.
The only female wrestler from India to win an Olympic medal, Sakshi Malik has sighted her next goal: To change the colour of her medal at the Tokyo Olympics next year.
As the ‘sacred’ grows in the socio-political realm of Varanasi, Kabir’s scathing comments on puja, tirth, haj, namaz and other religious rituals seem to lose currency.
Every month Stitch Fix will send you a box (a “fix”) with up to five clothing or accessory items based on the information you’ve provided about yourself. An algorithm, along with a human stylist, comes up with a personalised style for you
Spirit marks the 25th movie in Prabhas' career
The Congress general secretary demanded the dismissal of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra and the arrest of those behind the Lakhimpur Kheri violence
Hockey India withdraws teams from Birmingham CWG citing COVID concerns, discriminatory quarantine rules
Hockey India's decision comes a day after England's withdrawal from the junior men's World Cup in Bhubaneswar over similar reasons.