World  /  Published 31.10.21

Boris mulls trade action on France

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday he could not rule out triggering trade dispute action against France next week in a post-Brexit row over fishing that has further strained relatio...
By Reuters in Rome

World  /  Published 30.10.21

Fishing rights row: France seizes UK trawler

French authorities said on Thursday that they had detained a British fishing trawler, prompting the government in London to summon France’s ambassador for talks, escalating months of rising tens...
By New York Times News Service in Paris

People  /  Published 27.10.21

Diplomat Didier Talpain on Kolkata, Durga Puja & more

•Gioachino Rossiny (as I am fond of opera) • W.A. Mozart • Joseph Haydn • Antonio Vivaldi. I started my musical education with him • The sons of J.S. Bach. I recorded some...
By Sudeshna Banerjee

World  /  Published 13.10.21

US-France rifts remain

As global finance leaders gather this week in Washington for the annual meetings of the IMF, Bruno Le Maire, the finance minister of France, made clear that effective French-American cooperation on an...
By Liz Alderman, Roger Cohen in Paris

Sports  /  Published 11.10.21

France come alive to rule Nations

Kylian Mbappe scored late as world champions France came from behind to win the Nations League with a 2-1 victory over Spain in the final. Mbappe netted with 10 minutes remaining as France were again...
By Our Bureau


Sports  /  Published 10.10.21

Adrien Rabiot blow to France

France’s midfielder Adrien Rabiot has been ruled out of Sunday’s Nations League final against Spain after testing positive for Covid-19, the French Football Federation (FFF) said on Saturd...
By Reuters in Milan, Paris

Sports  /  Published 09.10.21

Belgium allow France to come back

It was more disappointment, though, for Belgium’s “golden generation” whose trophyless history now begins to look cursed. Martinez, whose side have struggled to live up to their bil...
By Reuters in Turin

Sports  /  Published 07.10.21

New faces hold key for Belgium

Most conversations about the Belgium national team in recent years have involved the words ‘golden generation’. It is easy to see why, with world-class talent like Kevin De Bruyne, Eden H...
By Reuters in Turin

World  /  Published 01.10.21

Sarkozy gets jail term over campaign violations

A French court on Thursday sentenced Nicolas Sarkozy, the former President, to a year in jail for illegally financing his failed 2012 re-election campaign by wildly exceeding France’s strict ele...
By New York Times News Service in Paris

Travel  /  Published 26.09.21

One in a (ver)million

Calcutta girl Natasha Celmi is a culinary specialist and food stylist based in Bangalore. Find her on Instagram @natashacelmi or follow her YouTube channel Natasha Celmi ...
By Natasha Celmi


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