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France finds 1st case of COVID-19 variant sweeping India

France last week stepped up virus controls for travellers arriving from India as well as some other countries where variants are spreading.

COVID-19: France to send oxygen generators, containers as part of solidarity mission

The French foreign ministry said the medical supplies will include eight oxygen generators, each capable of uninterrupted supply of oxygen for a 250-bed hospital for nearly 10 years.

To avoid heart attack, stroke; heart patients advised to move more

The research is presented at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2021, an online scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

Djokovic falls, Nadal beats Dimitrov at Monte Carlo Masters

World number one Djokovic, playing in his first tournament since winning a ninth Australian Open in February, suffered his first defeat of 2021 on Thursday, DPA reported.

French Open postponed by a week, to start from May 24

In his latest speech on March 31, the French President announced that a schedule to progressively get cultural and sporting events back up and running would be set up from mid-May onwards, subject to the improvement of the health situation.

Orleans Masters: Ashwini-Sikki reach quarters after receiving bye

Ashwini and Sikki had reached the second round on Wednesday after a 21-9, 17-21, 21-19 win over Denmark's Amalie Magelund and Freja Ravn.

Orleans Masters: Srikanth to face Jayaram in 1st round

The Orleans Masters provides crucial ranking points that will be part of the qualification cycle for this year's Tokyo Olympics.

France’s limited lockdown beset by glitches as cases rise

Under the new restrictions, non-essential shops were closed but people are not required to spend most of the day confined at home.

Messi should not have doubts about this Barcelona team: coach Koeman

Messi missed the penalty against Paris Saint-Germain as the LaLiga giants played out a 1-1 draw in the Champions League second-leg clash of the round-of-16 fixture on Wednesday (local time).

Meet Gulabo Sapera, a famous Kalbelia dancer

Gulabo is credited with creating the energetic and graceful Kalbelia dance moves that appear similar to the movements of a serpent.

Switzerland trains sniffer dogs for detecting Covid

Initial results from France, Germany and several other countries have shown that trained sniffer dogs are able to recognise people with Covid-19 infections.

Cabinet approves MoU with France on renewable energy cooperation

The objective of the MoU is to establish the basis for promotion of bilateral cooperation in the field of new and renewable energy on the basis of mutual benefit, equality and reciprocity. 

French law forces Apple to add iPhone, Mac repairability scores

"Links to each product's final score, with details for how they were calculated, are available on this support page," reports The Verge.

No Nuclear

The first-ever nuclear weapons ban treaty is groundbreaking, even though the nuclear powers haven’t signed  

Australian Open: Last group of players set to leave quarantine

More than 1,000 players and officials went into a two-week quarantine from January 14 when the first of 17 flights chartered by Tennis Australia landed in Melbourne and Adelaide.

Indian billionaires increased their wealth by 35% during Covid

"In fact, the increase in wealth of the top 11 billionaires of India during the pandemic could sustain the NREGS scheme for 10 years or the health ministry for 10 years," according to the Oxfam report.

Macron announces over $600mn investment in space sector

Macron said the two-year investment plan "will cover innovations related to carrier rockets, speed up our projects and allow us to go faster in global competition," Xinhua news agency reported.

Restaurants, bars, cinemas in France to remain closed

"The situation is far from being back to normal. The level of contamination remains high and has tended to increase since mid-December," Xinhua news agency quoted Castex as saying at a press conference on Thursday.

Kangana’s ‘Dhaakad’ makers rope in Japanese DOP Tetsuo Nagata

The 'Queen' actor shared the information about her latest film through a tweet which also included some of her pictures with the 'Dhaakad' team from their New Year brunch party.

Jazz Pianist, prolific film composer Claude Bolling passes away at 90

Bolling, who was born on April 10, 1930 in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, France-- was a child prodigy and began playing piano professionally by the age of 14 with the likes of Lionel Hampton

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