The 64-year-old yoga guru visited the Hollywood star at his home during his 2020 US tour, but was not in India to receive him when Smith arrived.
People are increasingly gathering to recite Islamic verses across Indonesia, sparking a debate on whether these gatherings bode well for inclusion and harmony.
New legislation agreed on by EU law makers will alter the requirements on online intermediaries over the way they moderate content posted, and police the goods and services traded, on their platforms.
The EU has issued a series of documents outlining frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the impact of Russian sanctions on the financial services industry.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has opened a public consultation on plans to allow retail funds to use ‘side pockets’ to separate out hard-to-sell investments in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Irish Central Bank (CBI) met with the funds industry earlier this month to clarify its expectations of them in respect of EU-level sustainability taxonomy and disclosure requirements, following its recent review.
The 150m high Bach Long bridge spans a valley between two mountains and can withstand the weight of at least 500 people walking across it.
The women, aged 30 to 55 years old, were digging for gold in an abandoned illegal mine in North Sumatra when a cliff collapsed, burying them all.
There is broad consensus that a greater degree of regulation of online content is necessary, but the aims of the proposed new Online Safety Bill in the UK could be undermined by a lack of clarity over the way the legislation is to be implemented and enforced.
Resident jobless rate fell for the third straight quarter, as the economy continues to recover from the pandemic; non-resident employment formed the bulk of job increases, mainly in the construction sector.