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India largely on track to meet and even exceed its Paris Climate Agreement targets, says new report
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India largely on track to meet and even exceed its Paris Climate Agreement targets, says new report

'The Road from Paris: India's Progress Towards its Climate Pledge' review report, however, said that some more work needs to be done on its goal of creating an additional carbon sink

Living in time warp: Survivors of 2015 Paris attack relive night as trial proceeds
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Living in time warp: Survivors of 2015 Paris attack relive night as trial proceeds

For more than two weeks, survivors from the Bataclan concert hall in Paris have been testifying in a specially designed courtroom about the Islamic State group’s attacks on 13 November, 2015

Antony Blinken in Paris: Top diplomat seeks to repair rift in US-France relations over AUKUS agreement
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Antony Blinken in Paris: Top diplomat seeks to repair rift in US-France relations over AUKUS agreement

Last month, Biden administration had excluded France from AUKUS, a new Indo-Pacific security initiative, which has strained bilateral ties between the two countries

Billie Eilish, BTS, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay to perform at Global Citizen Live
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Billie Eilish, BTS, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay to perform at Global Citizen Live

Global Citizen Live on Saturday will be a round-the-world event (including Mumbai) to raise awareness on climate change, vaccine equality, and famine.

French foreign minister says “crisis of trust” with the US as row over submarine deal deepens
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French foreign minister says “crisis of trust” with the US as row over submarine deal deepens

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has come out in support of France saying “one of our member states has been treated in a way that is not acceptable”

Australia dismisses France's accusations, says concerns over submarine deal 'raised some months ago'
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Australia dismisses France's accusations, says concerns over submarine deal 'raised some months ago'

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the capability being delivered by France's Attack Class submarine was not going to meet their strategic interests

Submarine deal row: France accuses Australia, US of lying and duplicity
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Submarine deal row: France accuses Australia, US of lying and duplicity

The move comes after Australia's decision to break a 2016 deal for French submarines in favour of American nuclear-powered vessels

Paris’ Arc de Triomphe is being wrapped in fabric for art installation envisioned half a century ago
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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

As trial against accused in Paris attacks begins, a look at how the 'night of terror' unfolded
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As trial against accused in Paris attacks begins, a look at how the 'night of terror' unfolded

20 members of terrorist group Islamic State are being tried for launching six distinct attacks -- four suicide bombings and shootings at four locations in and around the city that left at least 130 people dead

Jean-Paul Belmondo, star of iconic French New Wave Film Breathless, dies at 88
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Jean-Paul Belmondo, star of iconic French New Wave Film Breathless, dies at 88

Jean-Paul Belmondo worked with a variety of major French directors, from Francois Truffaut to Claude Lelouch and Jean-Luc Godard, whose 1960 movie Breathless brought both men lasting acclaim.

Big John, world's largest Triceratops fossil, to go under the hammer at Paris auction house
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Big John, world's largest Triceratops fossil, to go under the hammer at Paris auction house

The bones of the 66 million year old dinosaur, described as ‘miracle of nature and work of art’, is expected to be sold for an estimated $1.8 million on 21 October

Louvre's art historian and archival sleuth Emmanuelle Polack tracks down works auctioned in Occupied Paris
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Louvre's art historian and archival sleuth Emmanuelle Polack tracks down works auctioned in Occupied Paris

The key to her success in discovering the provenance of works that suspiciously changed hands during the Nazi Occupation was to follow the money.

EU to unveil tough rules to combat climate change, including plan to tax foreign firms
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EU to unveil tough rules to combat climate change, including plan to tax foreign firms

The proposals by the European Commission will cover everything from tougher caps on car pollution to new national limits on gases from buildings

After a turbulent past, original manuscript of Marquis de Sade's 120 Days of Sodom acquired by France
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After a turbulent past, original manuscript of Marquis de Sade's 120 Days of Sodom acquired by France

The 18th-century erotic masterpiece has endured a turbulent destiny over the centuries but the future of the original text now appears secure after a private benefactor stepped in with the money.

Cairn tax dispute exposes major shortcomings in India’s economic policy
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Cairn tax dispute exposes major shortcomings in India’s economic policy

Revenue maximization can never be the goal of economic policy. It ought to be prosperity and not a bloated exchequer at the expense of intimidated wealth creators.

Remembering Jim Morrison: Stories from The Doors singer's grave, last home and beloved club in Paris
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Remembering Jim Morrison: Stories from The Doors singer's grave, last home and beloved club in Paris

He occupies a small, tucked-away corner of a Paris cemetery, but many thousands still seek it out: half a century since his death, Jim Morrison remains a fabled presence in the City of Light.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Indian women's archery recurve trio aim to make Games cut in final Qualifiers
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Indian women's archery recurve trio aim to make Games cut in final Qualifiers

Paris represents the final opportunity for India to upgrade their single women's quota place to team invitations in Japan as India would look to qualify a second and third recurve archers to join the Deepika who is all set for her third successive Olympics.

French Open 2021 Live Streaming: When and where to watch men's singles final between Djokovic and Tsitsipas
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French Open 2021 Live Streaming: When and where to watch men's singles final between Djokovic and Tsitsipas

Live streaming details about the French Open 2021 men's singles final between Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas

Explainer: As Netflix's Lupin Part Two hits the screen, a look at the gentleman burglar's origins, and his connection to Sherlock Holmes
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Explainer: As Netflix's Lupin Part Two hits the screen, a look at the gentleman burglar's origins, and his connection to Sherlock Holmes

Leblanc has authored as many as 20 volumes of Lupin coupled with a few novellas which have through time been adapted into several TV shows, films and even a Japanese Manga franchise.

The Friday List: From a lecture series on travel and stillness to Netflix's Lupin Part 2, your weekly calendar of virtual events
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The Friday List: From a lecture series on travel and stillness to Netflix's Lupin Part 2, your weekly calendar of virtual events

Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.