Binny Bansal's exit: More heads to roll at Flipkart as home-grown giant's loyalists may not fit into Walmart culture
Headhunters revealed to Firstpost that they have been receiving feelers from Flipkart ever since the Walmart acquisition of the firm.
Kerala, After The Flood: Having barely recovered from deluge, state must quickly prepare for impending drought
Like the Japanese who have learned to live with earthquakes, Kerala should develop its own defence mechanism to brave draughts, floods, sea erosion, landslides and unforeseen calamities which may strike without notice.
Rohingya refugees await in anxiety as the Supreme Court decides on their fate on 9 April.
Devendra Fadnavis govt faces farmers' ire as huge procession threatens to take over Mumbai on 12 March
In what could be a strong message from the afflicted farmers, the congregation is also likely to surround the state legislature to press for their demands before the Fadnavis government.
As Chief Justice JS Khehar demits office this week, the Supreme Court has geared up to deliver the judgment on triple talaq before the next CJI takes over.
Amid speculation over the actual date of the roll-out of Reliance Jio 4G telecom services, a top global financial services firm, UBS, said while soft launch was expected by the end of this month, the full commercial offering was expected by December.
California Textbooks: ‘Editing out India is bizarre! We must fight back because this concerns all Indians, not just Hindus’
Led by hundreds of high school students, teachers, parents of Indian kids in American schools and “outraged” grandpas and grandmas, more than 20,000 people have signed off on a stinging letter protesting the recommended changes to California state textbooks from Grade 6 - 10 that could eliminate crucial historical references to India.
An FRB is a transient radio pulse that flashes for only a few milliseconds at a time and occurs outside the Milky Way.
Amid the row over anti-India slogans at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, slogans eulogising parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru and demands for "azadi" echoed in Jadavpur University here on Tuesday.
Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi to headline New York museum circuit's new darling - the aspirational Met Breuer
Indian art is the toast of a potentially blockbuster launch of New York’s Met Breuer museum in the first week of March even as prime minister Narendra Modi speaking in Mumbai made a strong push for Indian art and its place in the world’s public square.
The Lahore High Court will today (Thursday) start hearing a petition claiming that the 105-carat diamond, which once sat on Queen Victoria’s crown and is now on public display at Tower Of London actually belongs to Pakistan, on the ground that the region of Punjab from where it was “stolen” by Britain’s colonial rulers 167 years ago is now part of Pakistan.
In a development which could have far-reaching consequences, misbehaving cricketers will be sent off or immediately penalised five runs under new rules being trialled by the MCC.
Did you check Anu Dak on Bhramandhwani? New lingo of RSS ideologues who will shape govt policy on research
The organisation believes that the kind of research currently under way in hundreds of educational institutions, universities and other foundations is adding to the volume but socially irrelevant.
Mukesh-Ambani-led Jio took to Twitter in yet another novel way for communicating its new-gen handset called LYF, adding a splash of vibrant colors to its packaging.
Barack Obama will use his final State of the Union address Tuesday, one of the last grandstand occasions of his presidency, to define his legacy and make the case for optimism amid an angst-ridden election race.
Twitter may be close to offering a solution, according to tech news website re/code: the 10,000 character tweet, which could be available as soon as March.
Hindu temples in southern India began turning away devotees wearing western clothes Friday after a court order banning jeans and shorts as "inappropriate" for spiritual worship came into effect.
The proposed O&M process is now mired in a controversy since this is being done without a global tender.
authorities have denied permission for either a beef festival or a pork festival on campus on December 10