Spring, Kashmir's season of a million flowers, butterflies, singing birds, honeybees and murmuring mountain streams charged by winter's plentiful snowfall, is already here.
Burhan Wani's father Muzaffar Wani could easily whip up more anger, instead he speaks up about the need for negotiations so there can be peace in Kashmir.
Why the recent conversion threat of Nagapattinam’s Dalits is not likely to make any difference to their lives
The islands in the Sundarbans are giving birth to India's climate migrants, residents who have nowhere to go as the rising bay washes away their homes.
Despite much optimism and promise, the development of thorium energy has historically been hampered by politics, bureaucracy and economics.
What's in a queer film festival, besides the films?
Day Two of Kashish Film Festival saw the screening of the Marathi film Koti, and a panel discussion on the way ahead for the LGBTQ community.
Kashish focuses on one new country every year and viewers are treated to LGBT cinema from that country. The country in focus this year is Brazil.
Marwari, a community that was famously insular, is happily globetrotting and fostering a generation which is more worldly-wise than its predecessors.
At the hearing at the NGT court, government agencies failed to justify their stand on the issue of granting permission to the Art of Living Foundation
The inaugural session of Raisina Dialogues was held to explore and examine the prospects and opportunities for Asian integration
When PM Narendra Modi lands at Varanasi’s Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport on 21 February, he would have just stepped into his fifth state of the day.
Berlin film festival's most memorable starry moments, courtesy Meryl Streep, George Clooney and Colin Firth
Here are some of the highlights from the 11-day Berlin film festival, which presented more than 400 movies from around the world.
After the Delhi Police's attack against students seeking justice for Rohith Vemula, students’ unions have decided to intensify their protest.
Donald Trump’s feud with Fox News came to a head on Thursday when he boycotted the Republican debate and hosted a charity event instead.
Jai Singh had planned Jaipur like a smart city and now it is up to the government to restore it to its glory
Instead of protecting the citizens, VDC members are now being alleged to have committed grave human rights violations including rape, kidnapping, torture and murder.
There are deep divisions among voters about their country and its economic fortunes as it approaches a crucial ballot that will decide whether the government will stay conservative, head toward the center or veer sharply left.
Firstpost spent 12 hours with the army during these operations in Chennai floods.
It was supposed to an Anna Hazare’s show, but it’s Arvind Kejriwal who proved to be the show-stealer. The rather low in spirit farmers’ agitation against the Centre’s land ordinance at Jantar Mantar had an energy boost when the Delhi chief minister Kejriwal reached the venue with party legislators and a large band of volunteers.