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Intergenerational Renting

Intergenerational renting might just become the next best choice for students living in Paris on a modest budget. It refers to a student living at an aged person's apartment for free or at a very nominal rent.

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Rahman's Paris Concert Cancelled


Renowned Indian artist A R Rahman's Paris concert scheduled for 17th July, 2010 at Paris Porte e Versailles has been cancelled for unspecified reasons. Paris concert was the first in the city for Rahman and was a part of his multiple cities world 'Jai Ho' tour. Currently no further date has been communicated for holding the concert as per a press release issued by De Concert, an agency hired by the French organisers of the concert for managing press relations and finding the sponsors.

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20th Anniversary of GRFI

Group of Franco-Indian Reflection (GRFI) celebrated its 20th anniversary on June 6th, 2010 in the presence of GRFI president Mrs. Lalitha Badrinath and distinguished guests such as the H.E. Rajan Mathai, Indian Ambassador to France, and Jean Marc le Rudulier, Mayor of the City of Buc, among others.

 

GRFI's 20th anniversary

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AR Rahman looking forward to his first Paris concert

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AR Rahman, the celebrated Indian music composer, is looking forward to his first live concert in Paris this July. The concert is a part of his 'Jai Ho' world tour with 17 concerts across the globe including in New York, Los Angeles, Mannheim, London (Wembley, O2 Arena), etc. The magnitude of this conference is a witness of the artist's international repute and fan base. The concerts have been envisaged on a theatrical scale with insertion of new technologies for sound and special effects to create a spectacular show lasting more than two hours and a half.

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Leander Paes and Lukas Diouhy are runners-up at French Open Men's Doubles

The only Indian to have stayed till the final weekend of Roland Garros, Leander Paes, and his team mate Czech Lukas Diouhy were the runners-up at the Men's doubles final of the 2010 French Open in Paris. 

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