Tennis ace Jo-Wilfred Tsonga fancies being an avid fashionista as well
Tennis ace Jo-Wilfred Tsonga fancies being an avid fashionista as well

France's tennis ace Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has another talent up his sleeve and that is modeling.

Cara Delevingne, Naomi Campbell immortalised in wax
Cara Delevingne, Naomi Campbell immortalised in wax

British supermodels Cara Delevingne and Naomi Campbell have been immortalised in wax at Paris' Grevin Museum, which has launched a new fashion section.

French cabs to block Paris roads in Uber taxi war

Parisian taxi drivers have vowed to block roads leading into the French capital on Monday to protest a court's refusal to ban urban ridesharing service UberPOP.

Lima draft deal would lead to weaker agreement in Paris: CSE

India has not gained or lost anything in the short term from climate talks here, but will lose in the longer term as the draft deal reached would lead to a much weaker agreement in Paris, triggering increase in extreme weather that will affect billions of poor people globally, a leading Indian advocacy group said.

EPL: Ben Arfa on way out of Hull, says report
EPL: Ben Arfa on way out of Hull, says report

French winger Hatem Ben Arfa has returned to his home country and will not appear again for English Premier League side Hull City, sports daily L`Equipe reported on Saturday.

French court says Uber may infringe on taxi law

A French court ruled on Friday that Uber's ride-hailing service may infringe French law and ordered the company to make changes to its popular mobile app-based service.

French MPs propose law to ease end-of-life suffering

French lawmakers unveiled proposals on Friday for a bill that would allow doctors to plunge terminally-ill patients into a deep sleep until they die, reviving the deeply divisive end-of-life debate.

India to host special event in Paris to mark WW I centenary today

India will on Thursday organise a special event to commemorate the centenary of World War I at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

India to host special event in Paris to mark WW I centenary

India will organise a special event tomorrow to commemorate the centenary of World War I at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

India for early financing of Green Climate Fund

India today insisted on early financing of the Green Climate Fund to reach the USD 100 billion target, as Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar arrived here to participate in crucial negotiations to reach a historic deal to be signed next year in Paris.

IOC counts on Paris bid for 2024 Games
IOC counts on Paris bid for 2024 Games

Top International Olympic Committee (IOC) members are increasingly confident that Paris will bid for the 2024 Olympics ahead of a deadline of September next year to enter the race, officials said Sunday.

Hollande to discuss Ukraine crisis with Putin in Moscow: Paris

French President Francois Hollande will make an unscheduled stop in Moscow later on Saturday to discuss the Ukraine crisis with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, his office said.

Include more adaptation efforts in Paris climate deal: India
Include more adaptation efforts in Paris climate deal: India

With the ministerial-level talks to begin next week at the UN climate summit here, India today said its position remains very strong on the need for a balanced inclusion of adaptation efforts in the 2015 Paris agreement and less focus on mitigation.

Russian warships in English Channel due to `bad weather`

French authorities and NATO confirmed the presence of four Russian warships in the English Channel on Friday, but denied they were doing military exercises and said they were taking shelter due to bad weather.

Protesters interrupt controversial Paris 'human zoo' exhibit

Protesters smashed through the doors of a Paris theatre in a bid to block an exhibition on the horrors of colonialism using live black actors, which has attracted increasing opposition from critics who say it is racist.

Climate rhetoric faces the devil in the detail

Politically sidelined since a 2009 UN summit almost ended in a bustup, climate change has resurfaced as a priority but faces a brutal test at talks opening in Lima on Monday.

France delays warship delivery to Russia `until further notice`
France delays warship delivery to Russia `until further notice`

France on Tuesday pushed back "until further notice" the delivery of a controversial warship to Russia because of the Ukraine crisis, sparking a measured initial response from Moscow.

Kerry to leave Iran talks in Vienna for Paris later Friday: US

 US Secretary of State John Kerry will return Friday to Paris for consultations amid talks in Vienna aimed at settling a dispute over Iran`s nuclear programme, days before a deadline.

'Concerned' Kerry joins troubled Iran nuclear talks
'Concerned' Kerry joins troubled Iran nuclear talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Vienna today to join troubled nuclear talks four days before a deadline, with Russia warning that getting a deal will be "very difficult".

Powers 'not discussing' extending Iran nuclear deadline: Kerry

World powers negotiating with Iran over its nuclear programme are united in their search for an agreement and are not discussing an extension of the deadline, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday.