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Orange boss and tycoon Tapie sent to trial in France: source

By Sophie Louet PARIS (Reuters) - French tycoon Bernard Tapie and Stephane Richard, head of telecoms company Orange, have been ordered to stand trial over a disputed state payment to Tapie a decade ago when Richard held a senior government post, a judicial ... Sify, 2 months ago

Goodbye to Shared Plates & Communal Tables: Fine Dining Is Back

Bloomberg Hot spots like Le Coucou, the Office and Del Mar in NYC are heralding a return to formality that diners have hungered for In December 2008, then-New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni dropped a culinary bombshell. He bestowed three stars on ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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The ladies rock Melbourne Park in shorts

At this year's Australian Open, the ladies brought back shorts centrestage. Women's tennis: Gosh! how its look has changed over the years. From floor-grazing skirts and long sleeves to skirts and shorter skirts. And even shorter and tighter skirts in recent times. At this year's Australian Open, the ladies brought back shorts centrestage. Laxmi Negi glances at the ladies who have rocked Melbourne Park. By their shorts, folks, not shots :))   IMAGE: Kristina Mladenovic sports a jumpsuit.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Liverpool survive Arsenal fightback

London: Liverpool survived an incredible Arsenal fightback as Roberto Firmino rescued a thrilling 3-3 draw in a strong contender for the Premier Leagues game of the season on Friday. Philippe Coutinhos first half opener and Mohamed Salahs strike after the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

The blind woman who creates entrepreneurs and game changers

Shobha Warrier meets Sabriye Tenberken who is changing lives in India. Blindness didn't stop Sabriye Tenberken from seeking adventure. In fact, it motivated her to get others like her -- the marginalised -- to do the same. Her dream brought her to Kerala, where she and her partner Paul Kronenberg launched kanthari, a leadership programme that empowers those from the marginalised parts of society from all over the world to initiate social change as entrepreneurs, innovators, and activists. I ...
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