As if the two assassinations at the start of the tour were not enough to get along with, between the second and third Tests, the Bhopal gas tragedy happened
Eddie Van Halen was most widely revered by his peers for perfecting the technique of two-handed tapping on the guitar neck
Ex-SC judge BN Srikrishna calls for strong personal data protection law, warns of Orwellian situation if bill is passed
Justice BN Srikrishna said a strong personal data protection law is necessary to protect the public and that unless it is put in place "there's no knowing for what purpose data will be used, for what purpose it will be subjected to analytics."
Dystopian fiction offers lessons in fighting injustice, but genre's proliferation can encourage violent rhetoric, action
Responses to dystopian fiction suggest that people might be more inclined to draw ‘political life lessons’ from a narrative about an imaginary political world than from fact-based reporting about the real world.
Alwar lynching: Human lives important but cows important too, says Yogi Adityanath days after SC judgment
Yogi Adityanath said that his govt will provide protection to everyone but every individual, community and religion should respect each other's sentiments.
Teenaa Kaur Pasricha on the making of her National Award-winning film 1984 - When the Sun Didn't Rise
Mumbai-based film-maker Teenaa Kaur Pasricha spoke to Firstpost about 1984- When the Sun Didn’t Rise.
US Supreme Court signals possible limits on location tracking from cell phone records, noting most Americans want to avoid "Big Brother"
The legal fight has raised questions about the degree to which companies protect customers’ privacy rights.
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh finds himself at the centre of another controversy after he shared the dais on Saturday with Sajjan Kumar
1984 anti-Sikh riots: Delhi High Court cancels bail granted to convict Bhagmal Singh on medical grounds
The Delhi High Court on Thursday cancelled the bail granted on medical grounds to an 89-year-old convict serving life term in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots
The Delhi High Court on Friday granted bail on medical grounds to an 89-year-old convict serving a life term in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.
A Sikh rights group has asked United Nations to set up a tribunal to investigate alleged crimes against the community during the 1984 Operation Blue Star.
On the 33rd anniversary of Operation Bluestar, Pro-Khalistan slogans were raised by Sikh hardliners in the premises of the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar on Tuesday
"We're collecting materials for the museum right now, such as photos, data and other heritage of Katha. And we're also renovating George Orwell's house by maintaining its own original style.
31st October subjects us to mediocre production quality, third-rate dialogue writing and bad acting.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday termed the central government's Special Investigation Team (SIT) on 1984 anti-Sikh riots an "eyewash".
Edward Snowden, whistleblower extraordinaire is live on Reddit, right now, this minute. Head over to the AMA and ask him anything you want.