Blair has been appointed as member of the Order of the Garter, England's oldest and most senior honour which is made as a personal choice of the monarch
Royal officials said in a statement that the 95-year-old monarch "has reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days"
Explained: The historical significance of the 1985 Live Aid concert, and questions around Western relief efforts
The Live Aid set the template for fundraising concerts by raising approximately £150 million for famine relief, according to organiser Bob Geldof's own website.
The Lennon-McCartney partnership and its evolution: How the duo complimented each other as personalities and songwriters
A band is a partnership on several levels: social, creative and financial. Indeed, some acts have deliberately reoriented their arrangements to account for this.
UK's The Royal Mint honours Elton John with new commemorative coin, singer says 'it's a humbling milestone'
The coin, designed by artist Bradley Morgan Johnson, depicts Elton John’s distinctive straw boater’s hat, and fashions his trademark glasses out of a pair of musical notes.
The set of 13 stamps will feature artwork from Queen's most popular album covers, images from the band’s extravagant live performances and their first studio photoshoot in 1974.
Brian May, Queen's lead guitarist, hospitalised after sustaining injuries from 'over enthusiastic gardening'
Brian May said he needs to "go dark" for some time as needs "complete rest, at home"
Coronavirus Outbreak: Queen, Adam Lambert release new song You Are The Champions as tribute to healthcare workers
You Are the Champions was released early Friday on all streaming and download services, with proceeds going to the WHO's coronavirus relief fund
AR Rahman's measured response to Masakali 2.0 acknowledges an era where original music and remixes must coexist
While AR Rahman did not even mention 'Masakali 2.0', he urged fans to listen to his original version as it was a labour of love from scores of artists.
Hardik Mehta on how Kaamyaab originated, directing Roohi Afzana, and how he made inroads into the industry
Hardik Mehta talks about how he belongs to a very 'filmy' family, experimenting with the horror genre in Roohi Afzana, and will to dabble in various genres.
Queen review: Slow and brooding, Ramya Krishnan stars in a craftily made, J Jayalalithaa-inspired hagiography
If you can look past the biased hero-ing of a controversial figure, Queen is exceptional craft. Over eleven episodes, about 50 minutes each, Queen holds the attention of the viewer, in spite of its slow and lingering style.
Ramya Krishnan on her web series Queen: Character may resemble Jayalalitha; nothing wrong with that as I'm a fan of hers
Ramya Krishnan plays Shakthi Sheshadari in Queen and looks like a spitting image of Jayalalithaa. In an exclusive interview to Firstpost, she opens up about the series.
Queen trailer: Ramya Krishnan brings to life Jayalalithaa's life story; MX Player series to release on 14 December
Queen is jointly being directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon and Prasath Murugesan.
Queen teaser: Ramya Krishnan to play Jayalalithaa in Gautham Menon's MX Player series; trailer will release on 5 December
The first season of web series Queen will have 11 episodes, and is all set to premiere on MX Player.
Jayalalithaa biopics: Gautham Menon, Thalaivi director AL Vijay receive legal notice from late actress' niece
After Jayalalithaa's demise, multiple filmmakers announced projects based on her life.
ShiRock festival turns the spotlight on Manipur's lively culture, with performances by Nazareth, Extreme
ShiRock is a state-sponsored rock festival in Manipur, held as a part of an image-building exercise for the state that's been in the national headlines for insurgencies for years now. Started in 2017, ShiRock, in its third edition, has finally managed to find its place in the national and North East Indian music festival calendar.
Kangana Ranaut reveals Jayalalithaa biopic Thalaivi will be made in two parts: First will focus on her life before politics
Kangana Ranaut says it is nerve-racking for her to play Jayalalithaa since despite the similarities, the former Tamil Nadu chief minister enjoyed a command over a lot of things.
Amit Trivedi on the art of finding a balance between composing for film narratives and making hit songs
In an exclusive interview with Firstpost, music composer Amit Trivedi talks about composing for film narratives, why he rises above industry diktats, and the reason behind romantic songs enjoying an instant connect.
Kangana Ranaut on Judgmentall Hai Kya, her spat with media, working with Rajkummar Rao and political ambitions
Kangana Ranaut talks about what drew her to Judgementall Hai Kya, the impact of the 'ban', and grabbing festival dates for her next couple of releases.