13 Jul 2014
Rio de Janeiro: The stage is all set to recommence the old Latin America-Europe footballing rivalry with both Germany and Argentina vying to make, not just their nations, but their continents proud too by winning the grandest prize in the game – the World Cup trophy.
30 Jun 2014
Santo Andre (Brazil): Three-time World Cup winners Germany face Algeria in a last-16 clash, which is tinged with history, on Monday while France and Nigeria square off in another intriguing Europe against Africa contest.
14 Jun 2014
London: A month after imposing ban on import of Alphonso mangoes from India, the European Union (EU) may now ban Betel or 'paan' leaves over reports of Salmonella contamination of betel leaves from the country.
30 Jun 2014
Greece captain Giorgos Karagounis announced his retirement from an international football career spanning 139 caps over 15 years following his team's World Cup round of 16 exit to Costa Rica on penalties on Sunday.
04 Jun 2014
Panaji: Goa tourism department intends to promote the forthcoming decennial exposition of relics of St Francis Xavier among European visitors.
08 May 2013
A new exhibition of paintings from the British royal collection and historic clothing cast an unusual light on the clothing and accessories of European royalty over 250 years.
25 Jun 2014
Tokyo: Japanese auto giant Toyota will start selling its first fuel cell sedan this financial year, with a price tag of around USD 70,000, the company announced on Wednesday.
25 May 2014
LISBON: Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in the 59-year history of the European Cup to score for two different winning teams when he netted Real Madrid's fourth goal in their 4-1 win over Atletico Madrid on Saturday.
10 May 2014
London: Slim people in the streets of European countries may be a rare sight by 2030 as a study projected that rates of obesity and overweight in both male and females would go up in almost all European countries.
01 Jun 2014
SAN FRANCISCO/BRUSSELS: Google has taken the first steps to meet a European ruling that citizens can have objectionable links removed from Internet search results, a ruling that pleased privacy campaigners but raised fears that the right can be abused to hide negative information.