World  /  Published 15.04.20

Alarm and fear in Europe over Amazon fires

European leaders have reacted with growing fear and anger to the fires ravaging Brazil’s rainforest, calling it a worldwide crisis that is accelerating global warming — and one that Brazil’s lea...
By Richard Pérez-Peña and Matina Stevis-Gridneff/ NYTNS in London

World  /  Published 30.03.20

Submariners are likely not aware of pandemic

Of a world in coronavirus turmoil, they may know little or nothing.Submariners stealthily cruising the ocean deeps, purposefully shielded from worldly worries to encourage undivided focus on their top...
By AP in France

World  /  Published 29.03.20

What's essential? In France: wine. In US: guns

[{"id":1,"type":"text","value":"The coronavirus pandemic is defining for the globe what's \u201cessential\u201d and what things we really can't do without, even though we might not need them for survi...
By PTI in

World  /  Published 22.03.20

Rebels flout lockdown practices

Young German adults hold “corona parties' and cough toward older people. A Spanish man leashes a goat to go for a walk to skirt confinement orders. From France to Florida to Australia, kitesurfers, ...
By AP in Paris

India  /  Published 17.03.20

Foreign tourists denied food and rooms in Kerala

Two foreign tourists had to go without food for four days as no hotel or restaurant in Kerala would serve them any, suspecting them to be coronavirus carriers, prompting chief minister Pinarayi Vijaya...
By PTI and Our Bureau in Thiruvananthapuram

World  /  Published 15.03.20

Full of beans during war, cafes shut now

The Cafe de Flore, once the drinking hole of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, and the Brasserie Lipp continued serving customers during World War II. But on Sunday they locked their doors unti...
By Reuters in Paris

Heritage  /  Published 15.03.20

New utilities for the Chandernagore Strand

This spring, people of Chandernagore are enjoying their riverbank more, thanks to a week’s collaborative intervention by design students of India and France, facilitated by the consulate general of ...
By Sudeshna Banerjee in

Hollywood  /  Published 13.03.20

Les Miserables simulates documentary form

Les Miserables opens with a sequence in Paris as pointed as it is exuberant. In dozens of quick cuts, scads of teens and young adults hop metro turnstiles and crowd into bistros, packing alleyways and...
By Glenn Kenny/NYTNS in

World  /  Published 06.02.20

American turmoil, seen through allies' eyes

For American politics, it’s been a week for the ages: a bungled start to the 2020 presidential primary season, a State of Union speech with partisanship on full display and a conclusion to the most ...
By AP in

People  /  Published 03.02.20

Master Mime

The south Calcutta apartment has a doorbell that does not ring. “Those who I invite are told to bang the bolt. Others try the bell and leave after a while, assuming there is no one inside,” says m...
By Joyjit Ghosh in


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