The online campaign, which was launched last week, touched a nerve among the right in France where campaigning is ramping up ahead of next spring's presidential election
Paris’ Arc de Triomphe is being wrapped in fabric for art installation envisioned half a century ago
The installation by late artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude, who conceived of the project in 1961, will open on Saturday. France’s Culture Minister Roselyne Bachelot called it 'a formidable gift' to Parisians, the French and all art lovers
Jamia Millia University Admissions 2021: Application forms for UG, PG courses out; check jmi.ac.in, jmicoe.in
The entrance tests for 134 courses will begin on 26 July and end on 28 August
Charlie Hebdo's cartoons on Prophet Mohammad have France jostling between freedom of speech and Islamophobia
The French Constitution defines the state only as secular, but it doesn't delineate the boundaries of this secularism
Top French military officer arrested for sharing intelligence with foreign power; Russia link suspected
A treason investigation was opened in late July after the defence ministry alerted the Paris prosecutor's office to suspect activity n
The late Michel Piccoli in the role of his lifetime, as an artist in Jacques Rivette's 1991 masterpiece La Belle Noiseuse
French actor Michel Piccoli died on 12 May. When I looked at his filmography, one film stood out, Jacques Rivette’s 1991 masterpiece La Belle Noiseuse.
Orpheus is a reworking of the Greek myth about a musician but has been remodeled around the life of a poet.
Open 13 Provence 2020: Daniil Medvedev bows out in quarter-finals after third straight loss to Gilles Simon; Stefanos Tsitsipas advances to semi-finals
Medvedev, the US Open runner-up and the top seed in Marseille, dropped his serve five times against the 35-year-old Simon, after breaking him in the first game
Humbert has been the giant killer this week beating second-seeded Denis Shapavalov and 20th-ranked Isner
The current edition of France's League Cup will be the last as the tournament has been suspended from next year, reason being its failure to find takers for TV rights
Neymar takes another potshot at PSG, says Barcelona's win over French club in 2017 Champions League is his favourite memory
Neymar is wanting to leave PSG and possibly seeking a move to former club Barcelona but is finding it difficult to find suitors considering his high price
Notre-Dame fire: World expresses grief over loss of heritage as Paris's famous cathedral structure goes up in flames
A massive fire consumed France's Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday, gutting the roof of the Paris landmark. Firefighters saved the main bell towers and outer walls from collapse before bringing the blaze under control.
Much of Guy de Maupassant's writing was adult in ways that had little to do with sexually explicit content. It opened a window of insight into the mysteries of adult behaviour, and examined ideas and conflicts I had no firsthand experience of, at the time
Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White on winning Michelin stars, sharing knowledge, discovering India’s culinary diversity
Marco Pierre White, who was the youngest (and first Englishman) to be awarded three Michelin stars is in Mumbai for a weekend as part of the fourth annual World on a Plate festival.
Google Assistant can understand any pair within English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese.
As many as 50 players of the 736 that entered the 2018 World Cup were born in France, and a majority of them are products of the French system.
Shoah was filmed in the 1970s during Claude Lanzmann's trips to the barren Polish landscapes where the slaughter of Jews was planned and executed.
Emmanuel Marcon criticises US president Donald Trump's policies, regrets US decision to slap tariffs on steel, aluminium
A phone call between US president Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Marcon was described as 'terrible' by a source. The latter criticised the former's policies and was not for Trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminium.
Artists and students celebrate 50th anniversary of France's May 1968 revolt, Emmanuel Macron stays away
French President Emmanuel Macron was not even born when students and workers joined forces during the May 1968 Paris uprising, a pivotal moment in making France what it is today