Kanye West declared his love for Nazis and admiration for Adolf Hitler in an extraordinary appearance on 'Infowars', sparking outrage as another commercial partner announced its split from the troubled superstar following a series of anti-Semitic comments he has made
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy last week announced the discovery of a 'mass grave' in Izyum after it was recaptured from the Russians. Investigators have already exhumed 100 bodies, some bearing signs of violence
Tehran is demanding that the IRGC be removed from the blacklist. This push has sparked outrage from some US politicians, especially within the right-wing opposition
According to media reports, 75 MPs, or one quarter of parliamentarians, recently signed a text entitled "Support for the rights of the population in relation to harmful and dangerous animals.
Of bans, blasphemy laws and politically correct language: Meanings of words are not solely contained in themselves
A blasphemy law proscribing a certain word may raise awareness that a certain public behavior is socially unacceptable, but it cannot do very much more if the underlying attitudes have social acceptability.
World Environment Day: The need for real change in the age of keyboard warriors and hashtag activism
"Only if we, the keyboard warriors also knew, that posting and hash-tagging is important, but it is only a catalyst to change. Real change is brought about on ground."
It was exactly a year ago that there was a churn at GHQ and a small group of men and women were told to make themselves useful or else...
Vogue Brazil's magazine cover highlighting the Rio Paralympic Games left a sour note across social media as they photoshopped models to look disabled
Of course, it is appalling. The fact that a tribal from Odisha had to carry his wife’s body, wrapped in a mat, for 12 km to cremate her
Why your righteous outrage is wasted on trolls
The world is not very kind to atheists. It is high time that we stopped outraging over faith and started protesting against discrimination and injustice.
Outrage, or intolerance (as popularly known in India), has become a way of life. A modern-day pastime, like binge-watching your favourite show.
Three instances show us that when it comes to public outrage, there are no fixed parameters.
Will ‘anger management’ in today's world need a social media intervention as well? As outrage culture grows on Facebook, Twitter, that's a question we must consider.
A professional outrager reveals his fear: What if we run out of things to outrage about?
Meet these repeat offenders in the outrage department, or more specifically, the 'poster children' for inflaming rage
'Salman Khan' speaks to Firstpost on a variety of topics including legal troubles, marriage, that rape remark
Firstpost decided to do a completely unauthorised and unofficial exclusive interview with Salman Khan — so exclusive that it might have happened only in our heads.
Has the ubiquitous mobile phone become the symbol and the conveyor of the national conscience? Made us less involved, turned us into mute and silent witnesses to injustice
Whether it's a tweet, a chapter in a textbook, a throwaway remark or even a whole speech against which you wish to outrage, here's a handy-dandy guide to ensure your wrath goes far and wide
Once you've read our handy-dandy how-to titled 'How to generate outrage and influence people: The definitive guide', this equally handy-dandy guide will teach you how to avoid being on the receiving end of outrage