Through Mumbai Monochrome, a collection of photographs that capture the cityscape in all its moods, Kelkar places dead centre the people who have made this much talked about city an energetic, complex and multicultural metropolis simply by way of their quotidian lives and occupations.
Photojournalist Raghu Rai honoured with first ever Academy of Fine Arts' William Klein award for photography
An exhibition celebrating Rai's work will be set up from at 24 October, 2019 to 24 November, 2019 in the the Academy, at the Palais de l’Institut de France.
Kulwant Roy's photographs offer an intimate portrait of the Indian freedom struggle and feature national heroes like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel among others.
From fear of reprisals to physical violence, Indian photojournalists detail challenges that dog their work
In India, photojournalists spoke out about the need to release Shahidul Alam immediately, and to shine a light on the conditions in which they work, and the challenges they often face.
A photojournalist of a Malayalam daily was injured on Thursday when some RSS workers stormed the press club in Malappuram and allegedly attacked him.
Google Doodle celebrates 104th birth anniversary of India's first woman photojournalist, Homai Vyarawalla
Homai Vyarawalla is credit to document some of the most iconic moments in India's modern history — hoisting of the Indian flag at Red Fort on 15 August, 1947; departure of India's last viceroy Lord Mountbatten; arrival of Dalai Lama on Indian land from Chinese borders in 1959 and many more.
A figure in one of Souvid Datta's photographs is strikingly similar to one of the subjects in Mary Ellen Mark's photographs.
Anushree Fadnavis talks about why she loves trains and how she photographs her subjects for her project 'Train Diaries'
Neha Ganeriwal is the only female photojournalist to cover the Euro 2016. She spoke to Firstpost about her journey so far.
An American photojournalist held by al-Qaida militants in Yemen has been killed in a failed rescue attempt, his sister said on Saturday.
Public Works Department (PWD) officials informed Justice NM Jamdar that they have completed securing of the outer wall of the mills' premises by fencing it with barbed wire and a gate.
The premises are in the possession of the Official Liquidator of the Bombay High Court for the last 16 years.
After the verdict, one the accused was seen telling his mother that not to worry and that they would appraoch the High Court to challenge the verdict.
In a landmark verdict, this is the first court to convict and sentence the three men under section 376E of the Indian Penal Code, which invokes the death penalty for repeat offenders.
Little thought was given to enacting gender-neutral rape laws or examining whether death penalty is an effective way to prevent such crimes in the future
Investigations had revealed that the the accused had used the deserted mill compound on several occasions and had raped five women in the past.
The court had last month framed an additional charge under section 376 (e) (punishment for repeated offence of rape) of IPC which attracts the maximum penalty of capital punishment.
Yesterday, the Bombay High Court had refused to interfere "at this stage" with the sessions court's decision to frame a fresh charge for repeat offence of rape
This provision was added to the section 376 (rape) after the December 2012 Delhi gangrape.
The section provides for death punishment to those accused, who have been convicted earlier under section 376 of IPC for rape.