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Modi's friend Abe may easily win Japan's election
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Modi's friend Abe may easily win Japan's election

'What lies at the core of Abe's stance is Japan's crisis management ability amid the increasingly tense North Korean situation,' says Rajaram Panda. After Japan's Prime Minister Abe Shinzo dissolved the Lower House more than a year before its term was to expire, the country goes to the polls on Sunday, October 22, to elect new members. This sudden development has raised the critical issue of possible power shifts and the vision of the new government. These issues have engaged different ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Shinzo Abe in India: Bullet trains,boosting economic and defence ties big focus on Day 2

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived in Ahmedabad on a two-day visit with a packed agenda that includes the laying of foundation stone for India's first bullet train project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. Prime Minister Narendra Modi received Abe, who is ...
 DNA2 months ago 'Abe visit to boost Guj's industrial development'  DNA2 months ago
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Why this photo irritates the Chinese

China sees India and Japan's 'North East Road Network Connectivity Improvement Project' as a challenge to its OBOR, says Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe after the groundbreaking ceremony for the high-speed bullet train project in Ahmedabad, September 14, 2017. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters China is irked at the growing bonhomie between India and Japan. This became demonstrably clear when China expressed its discomfort by reacting to ...
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PM Modi to inaugurate Sardar Sarovar Dam, Congress questions its benefits

The Congress Party on Sunday took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his Sardar Sarovar Dam inauguration on river Narmada and questioned as to who will get benefited from this dam. Speaking to ANI, Congress leader Gaurav Gogoi said, "I want to ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Modi invites more Japanese investment, 4 townships to come up

Gandhinagar:With India and Japan declaring that the key to global economic progress lies in the development of both the Indian and Pacific Ocean regions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday invited more Japanese investments in India even as agreements ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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RTE: Parents' lifestyle comes under officials' scanner

An air-conditioner installed in the house, or a recent pay hike can make all the difference in your child's education under the Right to Education (RTE), as some parents recently discovered when their lifestyles came under the officials' scanner. Last week, ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Future of travel: India's OrcaPod

The OrcaPod is a prototype of what comes after boats, cars, trains and planes.It's India's foray into what Tesla founder Elon Musk calls the 'fifth form of transportation' and India's only entry at the Hyperloop competition by Elon Musk's SpaceX.Nikita Puri finds out how a team of students made it so far. IMAGE: The OrcaPod unveiled.It was built by students from different parts of India at a makerspace in Bengaluru, after '1.5 years of research and design followed by 2.5 months of intense ...
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