France to train Indian flight surgeons for Gaganyaan mission
The two-week training is a critical aspect of the Gaganyaan project that is aimed at sending three Indians to space by 2022.
Air France-KLM proposes buying 49% of Malaysia Airlines, JAL seeks smaller stake: Sources
Proposals to invest in ailing Malaysia Airlines inc...
Indian firms take part in French investment summit
Company heads from India with footprints in France included Anand Mahindra, Group Chairman...
UK's Johnson, France's Macron reiterate commitment to Iran nuclear deal
"On Iran, the leaders reiterated their commitment to the JCPoA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and also acknowledged the need to define a long-term framework to prevent Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon," a Downing Street spokeswoman said in a statement after the two met on the sidelines of a Libya summit in Berlin.
India 4th best market for global companies looking for growth abroad: CEO survey
While confidence levels are generally down across the world, there is a wide variation from country to country.
France turns new gateway for Indian derivatives play
This is mainly for p-notes bought against a derivative trade in India.
How US-UK-France-Russia blocked Sino-Pak axis in UN Security Council
China sought a “closed-door consultation” under ‘AOB (any other business)’ at the UNSC after the listed issues were discussed. The meeting was based on an earlier request by Pakistan which was scheduled for December 24 last year but could not take place at the time.
I am moving to France for my new job. Can I keep my PF account active?
If the contributions are not made to the PF account, then the account becomes inoperative. However, the account will continue to earn interest.
China makes fresh bid to raise Kashmir issue in UNSC
French diplomatic sources said France has noted the request of a UNSC member to raise the Kashmir issue once again in the powerful body and it is going to oppose it like it did on a previous occasion.
With Russian jets nearby, NATO showcases flight interceptions over Baltics
Fellow pilots from Britain, France and Denmark took to the air for close encounters at speeds of 900 km/hour (560 mph). Violations of NATO airspace over the Baltics have fallen since Moscow's annexation of Crimea in 2014, but air activity on allied borders remains constant as jets fly from the Russian mainland across the Baltic Sea to Kaliningrad.
Iran could have nuclear weapon within 1 to 2 years: French minister
EU foreign ministers will hold an emergency meeting on Friday to seek ways to guide the United States and Iran away from confrontation, knowing that a miscalculation on either side could leave the bloc facing a war and a serious nuclear proliferation crisis on its doorstep.
Iran says won't give Americans crashed plane's black boxes
Following the crash of Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752 shortly after takeoff from Tehran on Wednesday, Iran said it had recovered the Boeing 737's two black boxes. Abedzadeh said that based on global aviation rules, it was the right of the country where air crashes occur to carry out the investigation.
Of bats and balls: How Khelo India is reviving sports goods business
Manufacturing of sports goods has seen a 25% increase this year in Jalandhar — the sports city of India compared with 10% growth last year. Manufacturers and importers have attributed this growth to improved health consciousness among Indians, higher number of gymnasiums and an increase in sporting activities in schools.
Safe-haven currencies pull back as geopolitical tensions ease
Against a basket of currencies the dollar index firmed 0.1 per cent to 96.772.
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