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  • Rio Mobile launches three new Android phones in India at Rs 3399 onwards 2 days ago

    New Delhi: Rio Mobile, under its exclusive partnership with Snapdeal, has rolled out three affordable Android smartphones in India with prices starting Rs 3,399 onwards. These budget smartphones are inspired by and named after three globally renowned cities - New York, Paris and London, and do not come with pre-loaded app...
  • Chelsea fans to contest banning orders for Paris incident 2 days ago

    London: Five Chelsea fans will contest the implementation of football banning orders for their suspected involvement in an incident where a black man was blocked from boarding a subway train in Paris. The fans attended a magistrates' court in London on Wednesday for a preliminary hearing after being served with summons...
  • UEFA bans Zlatan Ibrahimovic for one match following Chelsea red card March 19, 2015

    Paris St Germain's Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was banned for one match by UEFA's Control & Disciplinary Body on Thursday after being sent off during a Champions League last 16 match at Chelsea last week. UEFA also handed a three-match suspension to PSG's Serge Aurier for insults he posted on social...
  • Champions League: PSG victory is turning-point in history, says Blanc March 12, 2015

    Paris St Germain's victory over Chelsea in the Champions League was a turning-point in their history, coach Laurent Blanc said on Wednesday. PSG survived the early sending-off of talismanic striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to battle to a 2-2 draw after extra time and reach the last eight of Europe's premier club...
  • PSG knock Chelsea out of the Champions League on away goals, enter quarters March 12, 2015

    London: Thiago Silva sent 10-man Paris Saint-Germain into the Champions League quarter-finals on away goals after a 2-2 draw at Chelsea in extra time of a fiery and ill-disciplined game on Wednesday. Although PSG had striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic sent off in the 31st minute for a challenge on Oscar, the visitors...
  • Five men to face court over Chelsea fans' incident in Paris March 11, 2015

    London: British police will ask a court to ban five men accused of being involved in a racist incident from traveling to football matches. Chelsea supporters were filmed singing a racist song and refusing to let a black man on a Paris subway train ahead of a Champions League match against...
  • PSG are most aggressive team we have met: Jose Mourinho March 11, 2015

    London: Jose Mourinho has accused Paris St Germain of being the most aggressive team his Chelsea side have played all season ahead of their Champions League last 16 return leg on Wednesday. Mourinho told a news conference that PSG repeatedly fouled his players in the 1-1 first-leg draw in France last...
  • PSG's Laurent Blanc wary of 'provocative' Diego Costa in Chelsea clash March 11, 2015

    London: Paris St Germain coach Laurent Blanc has described Chelsea striker Diego Costa as provocative and warned his players not to rise to the bait in their Champions League game on Wednesday. Blanc's side visit Stamford Bridge for the second leg of their last-16 clash with the tie in the balance...
  • Paris Fashion Week: TV star Kim Kardashian wear a bizarre outfit March 10, 2015

    Paris: After flaunting platinum blonde locks, reality TV star Kim Kardashian stepped out in a bizarre outfit at the Paris Fashion Week. Her dress resembled traffic fencing, showing off nothing but black hotpants and a bandeau beneath, reports mirror.co.uk. Kardashian, who flashed a smile for the shutterbugs, also displayed her toned stomach,...
  • Midfielder Cabaye included in PSG squad to face Chelsea March 9, 2015

    Paris: Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye has recovered from a groin injury and has been included in the squad to face Chelsea in the last 16 of the Champions League on Wednesday. Cabaye has been out since limping off the field in PSG's 2-2 home draw against Caen on Feb. 14...
  • Hilton brother Conrad agrees to plead to assault on flight March 4, 2015

    Los Angeles: Paris Hilton's youngest brother, Conrad, agreed to plead guilty to assaulting flight attendants on a trip from London to Los Angeles last year during which authorities say he called other passengers "peasants" and threatened to kill crew members. Hilton, 20, signed the agreement Tuesday and is set to appear...
  • Chelsea ban two more over racist incident in Paris February 21, 2015

    London: Chelsea have banned two more people, bringing the total to five, from their Stamford Bridge stadium following a probe into a racist incident captured in amateur video footage on the Paris Metro. "If it is deemed there is sufficient evidence of their involvement in the incident the club will issue...
  • Chelsea suspend three fans after racist incident in Paris February 20, 2015

    London: Chelsea have suspended three people from their Stamford Bridge stadium following an investigation into a racist incident, captured in amateur video footage on the Paris metro, the club said on Thursday. The video appeared to show fans of the London team chanting "we're racist and that's the way we like...
  • To fight extremism, Barack Obama calls on us to embrace its Muslims February 19, 2015

    Washington: In the fight against violent extremism, President Barack Obama has argued the US has one thing going for it that Europe doesn't: a long tradition of warmly embracing its immigrants, including Muslims. With the Islamic State group spreading and terrorists gaining strength in the Mideast and Africa, Obama has sought...
  • Watch: Man wearing Jewish headgear walks for 10 hours in Paris, verbally abused February 19, 2015

    In an attempt to raise awareness of anti-semitism in Europe, a journalist secretly filmed himself walking through Paris for ten hours wearing Jewish headgear. The video released appears to shows the journalist being verbally abused in areas with a large Muslim population highlighting the religious tension that exits in France. ...
  • After Paris attacks, calls to tighten US visa rules February 1, 2015

    Washington: US politicians are calling for changes to a law that allows Europeans and other foreigners to enter the country without visas, citing fears that jihadists could exploit the rules to stage attacks on American soil. The visa waiver program, which covers tourists from 38 countries, represents the "Achilles' heel of...
  • Photo of the day: Sonam Kapoor wows in Giorgio Armani as she sits in front row of the designer's show January 28, 2015

    Sonam Kapoor was among the front row guests at Giorgio Armani's fashion show at the ongoing Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week. She wore a striking dress by the designer that featured a plunging neckline and tulip hem. She looked pretty as she teamed it with matching...
  • 'Yesterday Charlie Hebdo, tomorrow Dinamalar', reads a threat letter for the Tamil newspaper January 28, 2015

    Chennai: Weeks after 14 people died in an attack at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's office in Paris, a threat letter for a similar attack has been received in Tamil Nadu. The letter has been received by reputed Tamil newspaper Dinamalar which reads, "Yesterday Charlie Hebdo, tomorrow Dinamalar." The letter mentions...
  • No trouble in Clooney and Alamuddin's paradise January 23, 2015

    Los Angeles: Hollywood actor George Clooney and British human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin are not getting divorced as being rumoured, says the couple's representative. Representative Stan Rosenfield shunned the speculations with RumorFix by calling the news fabricated, reports aceshowbiz.com. "This story is totally made up in order to sell their magazines," he...
  • Man who saved lives at Paris grocery gets French citizenship January 21, 2015

    Paris: French authorities on Tuesday honored a Mali-born employee who saved lives at the kosher supermarket attacked by terrorists as a hero and granted him French citizenship. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve praised Muslim Lassana Bathily, 24, for his "courage" and "heroism" during a ceremony in the presence of Prime Minister Manuel...
  • Pakistan rightwing group to unite 1 million people against Hebdo cartoons January 17, 2015

    Karachi: Pakistan's far-right Jamaat-e-Islami has said it will bring together a million people on Friday to protest against a French satirical weekly, even as an uneasy calm prevailed here a day after four persons were injured in violent protests over a cartoon considered un-Islamic. At least four people, including a...
  • Paris gunman arrested, hostages freed January 16, 2015

    Paris: The gunman who had taken two persons as hostage at a post office near Paris on Friday has been arrested. The hostages have also been freed, police said. The hostages were taken at a post office in Colombes, a northwest suburb of Paris, reports said. The accused was armed and had...
  • Two persons taken hostage by an armed gunman in a post office near Paris January 16, 2015

    Paris: Two people have been taken hostage at a post office near Paris, according to reports. The reports said the accused is armed and has two hostages. He has contacted the security forces but has not clarified his demands. The incident has taken place at a post office in Colombes, a...
  • Long queues in UK for 'Charlie Hebdo' survivors' edition January 16, 2015

    London: Hundreds of people queued up for hours across Britain to get their hands on the survivors' edition of the French satirical magazine 'Charlie Hebdo' as it hit the stands in the country on Friday. More than 2,000 copies are believed to have been made available in the UK, a sizable...
  • Three people taken hostage by an armed gunman in a post office in Colombes near Paris January 16, 2015

    Paris: At least three people have been taken hostage at a post office near Paris, according to reports. The three people have been taken hostage by an unknown gunman at a post office in Colombes, a northwest suburb of Paris, French media reported. Other reports said there are two hostages. The gunman...
  • Pope advocates limits to free speech, Rushdie freedom of speech January 16, 2015

    A debate on Charlie Hebdo terror attack saw new speakers after the Pope said no one should make fun of faith & free speech has its limits while author Salman Rushdie said freedom of speech is absolute. ...