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New Zealand unveiled new legislation Friday aimed at ensuring only “fit and proper” people can own guns in the wake of the Christchurch mosque attacks that killed 51 Muslim worshippers.

There have been guidebooks, bus tours, videos, pamphlets, walkabouts et al, but this ‘Safarnama’ app will “capture the way history in Delhi is actually held within and under the stones” in short bursts as you travel across the city.

Friday, 13 September 2019 16:05

The enchanting story of Meera Bai

A great lover, saint and poet, Meera Bai is still a mystery for many. She is known for her deep devotion for Lord Krishna and has written many compositions for him.

The Centre has removed the names of removed 312 Sikh foreign nationals from its 'Adverse List'. The updated list now contains the name of two individuals. The 312 Sikh foreign nationals are now eligible to avail Visa services to visit family in India and reconnect to their roots.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had a trusted enforcer inside the Royal Court until the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi nearly a year ago. In the wake of that killing, Saud al-Qahtani disappeared and quietly ended his role in the day-to-day management of the prince's affairs. But after months of chatter in diplomatic circles and on social media about whether he was still working behind the scenes for his patron -- his name resurfaced in recent days in speculation about whether he was dead.

A California scuba dive boat was operating in violation of Coast Guard regulations when crew members were sleeping and a pre-dawn fire killed 34 people, leaving grieving families wondering if a required night watchman could have saved their loved ones.

The Supreme Court on Friday referred its March 2018 verdict banning automatic arrests in Dalit atrocity cases to a bench of three judges. The top court’s ruling comes on a review petition filed by the Centre last year.

A Delhi court on Friday allowed Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, to travel abroad for business purposes.

 One of Hong Kong's most prestigious sporting tournaments on Friday became the latest victim of the huge protests convulsing the city as a growing roster of events and entertainment acts pull out of the financial hub.

 Indian diaspora gives warm welcome at Bern, Switzerland to  President Ram Nath Kovind in the second leg of his three nation visit; President Kovind will later address Parliament of Switzerland and will hold delegation level talks.

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