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20 November, 2018 8:11 AM Carlos Ghosn Not Currently Fit To Lead Renault, Says French Finance Minister

The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance Chairman was arrested on Monday over alleged financial misconduct. Nissan has confirmed it will fire Carlos Ghosn over the matter. Carlos Ghosn is no longer fit to lead Renault following his arrest in Japan, said French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire on Tuesday. "Carlos Ghosn is no longer in a position capable 34

16 November, 2018 11:21 AM Accept EU deal or face 'economic disaster', French minister warns Brexiters

French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said that Brexit advocates must choose between accepting the deal negotiated by London and Brussels for leaving the EU or risk "economic disaster". "The choice now faced by British political leaders who have advocated Brexit is to renounce their absurd political promise or face economic disaster, with the British 57

14 November, 2018 10:58 AM France Unveils 500 Million Euros In Aid To Motorists

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Wednesday announced a 500 million euros ($564 million) plan to help motorists with the lowest incomes, in a bid to defuse a wave of nationwide protests against a tax increase on fuels. The government will double the current 2,000 euro bonus granted to motorists on low incomes who change old-model cars seen as contributing 53

13 November, 2018 8:12 AM Dictated interviews, manufactured lies can't suppress Rafale scam: Congress

Asserting that the truth has a way of coming out, the Congress on Tuesday said "dictated interviews" and "manufactured lies" cannot suppress the Rafale scam. The nation needs a "fair investigation" and not "doctored explanations" on the fighter jet deal, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said. He was responding to Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier's 60

13 November, 2018 5:32 AM "We Chose Ambani By Ourselves, I Don't Lie": Dassault CEO On Rafale Deal

Rafale Deal: "We already have 30 partners other than Reliance," Dassault CEO Eric Trappier said. In the Rafale jet deal, which is at the centre of a massive political controversy in an election year, French Jet-maker Dassault has broken his silence on Rahul Gandhi's allegations on the offset deal. "We chose Ambani by ourselves. We already have 30 partners 59

12 November, 2018 6:06 AM Fraudster Flees UK By Taking Flying Lesson, Asking Instructor To Drop Him In France

He convinced his flying instructor to land in France and let him out A British fraudster managed to flee his country by booking a flying lesson and convincing the flying instructor to drop him off in France. According to The Sun, Jamie Colwell and his father Brian Colwell had been convicted of a 1 million pound VAT scam and faced lengthy prison sentences 59

29 October, 2018 4:09 AM 360-Degree Rotating Seats, Sliding Steps

India's 'fastest' train, seen as a successor to the 30-year-old Shatabdi Express, will make its debut on the tracks today with trail runs. The much-awaited Train 18 will roll out of Chennai's Integral Coach Factory. The train has state-of-the-art features including seats that can rotate 360 degrees and can be aligned in the direction of travel. The train 65

28 October, 2018 4:03 PM Premier League: Luka Milivojevic Strikes Late As Crystal Palace Halt Arsenal's Winning Run

Unai Emery's side failed to win a 12th successive match in all competitions as they fell short of the club's record of 14 victories in a row. Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette flicked the ball to Aubameyang with his hand, but officials failed to spot the offence. Angered by that blow, Palace felt justice was done when Wilfried Zaha won a second penalty 68

26 October, 2018 4:50 PM French Open: Saina Nehwal Knocked Out After Losing To Tai Tzu Ying In Quarters

After the break, Saina continued her dominance and took points confidently, leading 16-9. However, Tai Tzu Ying upped the ante to take five consecutive points and decrease the gap to 15-16. Saina, on the other hand, started to struggle towards the end of the game with Tai Tzu Ying gaining steam. Despite having four game points in the opening game, Saina 66

26 October, 2018 11:51 AM A Chinese Farmer Couldn't Fly A Plane, So He Built One

Last year, the farmer realised he may never be able to fly a plane as he couldn't buy one, but he could build one. When a Chinese garlic farmer's dream of flying an airplane didn't pan out, he decided to build one instead. The full-scale replica of the Airbus A320 built by farmer Zhu Yue is now nearly finished, permanently taxied on a short piece of tarmac 79