The author of 'The Day I Became a Runner' argues that women who run "pose a direct challenge to patriarchy" as running is a solitary activity conducted in the public sphere
In an interview with Firstpost’s Lachmi Deb Roy, author Amitav Ghosh talks about his favourite non-fiction book Smoke and Ashes, climate change and how opium trade has a multiplier effect in heightening social and political tensions.
EXCLUSIVE | Shobhaa De: ‘Food as a powerful metaphor for all that is precious and pleasurable in life’
In conversation with writer Shobhaa De on her memoir Insatiable, her relation with food, living life to the fullest at 75, dealing with an ageist society and more.
It’s time to go slow with slow fashion. Designer Rocky S, Kriti Tula, designer and founder of Doodlage, Shalini James of Mantra and Shoma Badoni who uses gamcha for making clothes explains about the importance of slow fashion.
Indian weaves are making a way to urban wardrobes, here is what three designers, Sanjay Garg, Amita Gupta and Shivan Bhatiya has to say.
Britney Spears’ The Woman In Me is a stunning story of a celebrity living in an image and profit driven prison under her father.
The former Indian cricket player went out of his way to encourage young players. The support that he extended to them is an important part of the legacy that he left behind
Bipasha Basu, who gave birth to baby girl Devi last year, flaunted her curves on the runway as she walked for New York based Indian designer Bibhu Mohapatra.
Lakme Fashion Week 2023: Pallavi Mohan's 'Not So Serious' label present a fashionable journey of style and beauty
Pallavi's visual romance with flowers and nature has always been translated into 3D embellishments and surface ornamentation along with ingenious crafting of laser cut flowers
Lakme Fashion Week 2023: 'Guapa' and 'Not So Serious' display colours, style, and fashion at the event
'Guapa' unleashed a versatile feast for the eyes, as its resort wear comprised dresses, co-ord sets, shirts, colourful kaftans, shorts, coverups and swimsuits in myriad colours, prints and embellishments to match every mood of the holiday make
DAG announces first exhibition drawn from the DAG archives curated by historians Rana Safvi and Swapna Liddle
Alongside numerous photographs of Delhi and the three durbars, the exhibitions includes many other objects relating to them, from medals, souvenirs, postcards, official durbar directories, admittance tickets and book
The Grand Food and Culture Carnival to kick off its 1st leg in Pune on 4th November
Like every year Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI has come out with its GenNext designers. Firstpost caught up with them as they gear up for the show.
Earlier this month, Osman released the fourth and latest book in the series, The Last Devil to Die. And while this book doesn’t really see Osman operating at the height of his powers, there’s enough ‘cosy crime’ goodness here to keep both returning fans and newbies happy
Food Friday: ‘Servings Simple yet Exotic’ | Roopali Mohanti’s new cookbook is about creating magic in the kitchen
Servings is a book which talks about creating magic in the kitchen with simple ingredients which are easily available in the market.
Akshata Murty arrived in India on 8 September with Rishi Sunak. For the day, she picked a fusion outfit effortlessly blending Indian and Western styles.
In conversation with filmmaker, cultural revivalist and designer Muzaffar Ali on cinema changing, how art is a way of sensitizing and humanising people and more.
The fixation with Sudha Murty's personal food preferences has resulted in massive trolling recently and her achievements seem to have been forgotten. As one of the most popular authors of children’s literature in India, she has much to contribute to NCERT