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How popular tourist destination in Mexico uncovered 53 bags of human remains
World

How popular tourist destination in Mexico uncovered 53 bags of human remains

Despite the bloodshed, the once-peaceful state of Guanajuato, home to 6.1 million people, is a major tourist destination. Its colonial-style capital as well as the picturesque city of San Miguel de Allende attract thousands of foreigners each year. The violence mostly happens out of sight

Security situation in northeastern states, Kashmir improved in last 8 years: Amit Shah
India

Security situation in northeastern states, Kashmir improved in last 8 years: Amit Shah

Amit Shah said India is proceeding on the path of development due to the sacrifices made by the police and paramilitary personnel across the country

Parliament panel on Information and Technology grills Twitter officials over data security, privacy
India

Parliament panel on Information and Technology grills Twitter officials over data security, privacy

The panel says replies were 'not satisfactory'. The officials from the company, however, refuted the whistle-blower's allegations and denied there was any data security breach in India, the sources said to PTI

Delhi Police to install over 1,000 motion detection live-stream cameras for Independence Day security
India

Delhi Police to install over 1,000 motion detection live-stream cameras for Independence Day security

These IP-based cameras will be equipped with features like face detection, people movement detection, tripwire, audio detection, intrusion, defocus, abandoned/missing object. They will provide full HD 1080P live view of the locations. It will also share data on a real-time basis for face recognition

Mumbai cops lodge FIR against Sanjay Raut on complaint of woman witness in Patra chawl land 'scam'
India

Mumbai cops lodge FIR against Sanjay Raut on complaint of woman witness in Patra chawl land 'scam'

The witness, Swapna Patkar, on Sunday registered her statement with the police, an official said, adding that she was provided security as requested by her

Amid tight security, 900 devotees leave for Buddha Amarnath in Poonch: Officials
India

Amid tight security, 900 devotees leave for Buddha Amarnath in Poonch: Officials

The yatra will culminate on 8 August with the departure of Chari Mubarak' from Shri Dashnami Akhara Poonch.

US president Joe Biden's Saudi visit aims to balance human rights, oil, security
World

US president Joe Biden's Saudi visit aims to balance human rights, oil, security

Biden's nearly three hours at the royal palace were widely seen as a diplomatic victory for Prince Mohammed, who has tried to rehabilitate his image, draw investments to the kingdom for his reform plans and bolster the kingdom's security relationship with the US

Union home secretary reviews security preparations for Amarnath Yatra
India

Union home secretary reviews security preparations for Amarnath Yatra

The home secretary reviewed the security preparedness for the Amarnath Yatra with top officials of paramilitary forces and the Jammu and Kashmir administration

PM Narendra Modi to arrive in Palli hamlet of Jammu and Kashmir amid tight security
India

PM Narendra Modi to arrive in Palli hamlet of Jammu and Kashmir amid tight security

Modi is arriving here to participate in the celebration for the National Panchayati Raj Day and address 'Gram Sabhas' across the country

Asaram Bapu case: Security beefed up for rape victim's family
India

Asaram Bapu case: Security beefed up for rape victim's family

The rape victim's father claimed a threat to his life and that of his family members from the supporters of the self-styled 'godman'

Explained: Why FIFA World Cup 2022 host Qatar is averse to rainbow flags at stadiums
Sports

Explained: Why FIFA World Cup 2022 host Qatar is averse to rainbow flags at stadiums

Rainbow flags will supposedly be taken away from fans at the World Cup in Qatar 'to protect them' from attacks in the conservative Gulf nation.

Mumbai police say MCA owes them Rs 14.82 cr towards security for cricket matches
First Cricket News

Mumbai police say MCA owes them Rs 14.82 cr towards security for cricket matches

The police have sent multiple reminders to MCA officials in the last couple of years, but they have not paid the charges for the security provided to matches, including the women's World Cup, T20, Test and one-day matches, a police official claimed.

Amit Shah reviews security situation, discusses threats from global terror groups at high-level meet
India

Amit Shah reviews security situation, discusses threats from global terror groups at high-level meet

The home minister conducted a high-level security meeting with India's intelligence apparatus today discussing movement of foreign terrorists, terror financing, and emerging security challenges

Why US-China ties are showing signs of thawing and what it means for India
World

Why US-China ties are showing signs of thawing and what it means for India

US-China economic interdependence is too deep and intense to allow the two countries to pursue traditional Cold War strategies.

NSA Doval and French foreign minister hold talks on India-France strategic partnership, maritime security in Indo-Pacific
India

NSA Doval and French foreign minister hold talks on India-France strategic partnership, maritime security in Indo-Pacific

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian reinstated France's commitment to strengthen ties in the areas of defence, space, civil nuclear energy and security with India to National Security Advisor Ajit Kumar Doval

Drones, snipers deployed ahead of Amit Shah’s three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir
India

Drones, snipers deployed ahead of Amit Shah’s three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir

This is the first visit by the home minister to the Union Territory after its special status was scrapped on 5 August 2019

Post-9/11, Europe's weak spots make it a jihadist target; 'alienation and frustration' act as fodder
World

Post-9/11, Europe's weak spots make it a jihadist target; 'alienation and frustration' act as fodder

Western Europe has struggled to integrate significant Muslim populations into mainstream society

Operation London Bridge: Funeral plans of Queen Elizabeth II leaked for the first time
World

Operation London Bridge: Funeral plans of Queen Elizabeth II leaked for the first time

The 95-year-old monarch is said to be buried 10 days after she dies and her son and heir, Prince Charles, will embark on a tour of the UK before the burial is held

'Enemy forces' trying to create atmosphere of instability in India, says Rajnath Singh
India

'Enemy forces' trying to create atmosphere of instability in India, says Rajnath Singh

Addressing officers at the Defence Services Staff College near Ooty, he said changes in military power, trade, communication, economy and political equation could be clearly seen

Invite India to G7 meets on Afghanistan, say lawmakers from bloc
World

Invite India to G7 meets on Afghanistan, say lawmakers from bloc

With the Taliban returning to the country, the move would help monitor the spillover effects of terrorism by a country closest to it