Spanish league president Javier Tebas tears into FIFA
The 57-year-old official criticised the world governing body for becoming “competitors” as regards tournaments rather than mere “regulators” of the sport, as well as Real Madrid president Florentino Perez for discussing his own elite league idea without much thought for the distorting financial impact on the sport.
Dandy & decadent Dior: Fashion brand goes English aristo chic in Paris men's show
Jones dedicated the show to his friend Judy Blame, the Brit...
Taking luxury living a notch higher: Lodha Luxury unveils exclusive Club Saint Amand at an extravagant launch
Lodha Luxury has launched an ex...
India 5th among countries with corporate commitments to science-based targets: Report
The report found that investors are demanding better disclosure of climate change risk from Indian companies which has spurred better disclosure from India Inc.
No slowdown in football: European clubs raked in 9.3 bn euros last year
Forty-four per cent of clubs’ revenue comes from broadcast revenue, a total of 575 million euros.
Tennis: India's tech capital to host Bengaluru Open from February 10
The week-long signature event on the ATP Challenger Tour will begin on February 10 at the Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association. Forty-eight singles and 16 pairs of doubles players from about 25 countries will participate.
Work going on in full swing in Jammu & Kashmir to complete world's highest railway bridge
The Udhampur “Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link Project, which is the most challenging railway infrastructure project being undertaken post-independence, has missed several deadlines amid huge cost escalations since 1997, when the then Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda laid its foundation at Udhampur.
Forest cover has risen by over 5,000 sq. km; confident to meet Paris goals: Javadekar
Releasing the India State of Forest Report 2019, Javadekar said there was an increase of 42.6 million tonnes in the country's carbon stock as compared to the last assessment of 2017.
Notre Dame might not be saved, after all: Rector says Paris landmark is still fragile
Chauvet estimated it would take another three years after that to make it safe enough for people to re-enter the cathedral.
Decade in review: Haiti earthquake, Paris climate deal, Malala's work dominated the headlines in 2010s
The decade began with an immense disaster in Haiti.
Paris billionaire rivalry fuels pursuit of Tiffany, Moncler
The rivalry, more than two decades in the making, has defined the modern luxury industry and shows no signs of ending. Since 2001, when Kering founder Francois Pinault beat out LVMH Chief Executive Officer Bernard Arnault for control of Gucci, the companies have increased their hold over the sector through dozens of deals.
Happy New Year: Here's how World welcomes 2020
Strike-hit Paris welcomed the New Year with a huge fireworks display while London's Big Ben rang out after a long restoration, as crisis clo...
Wake up and smell the caffeine: Provenance founders give their top picks for best coffee shops; Paris tops the list
The founders of Provenance tell you all you need to know about the perfect brew.
World 'nowhere near' meeting Paris Agreement targets: Experts
But slowing down warming will require countries to do much more than they are currently doing to address climate change. “If we want to achieve the Paris Agreement’s goals then we should bend the carbon emissions curve in the next 15 years, and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050,” WMO Secretary General Petteri Taalas said.
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