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Saina crushes Intanon to win India Open
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Saina reaches India Open final

India's top shuttler Saina Nehwal entered the women's singles final of the $275,000 India Open Superseries for the first time, beating Japan's Yui Hashimoto in straight games at the Siri Fort Sports Complex here on Saturday.The World No.2, who is confirmed to ... Prokerala, 1 day ago
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Saina Nehwal is world No 1. Congratulate the champion shuttler

Saina Nehwal of India. Photograph: Matt King/Getty Images Saina Nehwal created history on Saturday, becoming the first Indian woman shuttler to attain the world No 1 ranking after her closest challenger for the spot, Spain's Carolina Marin, lost in the India Open Super Series semi-finals in New Delhi. The ace Indian shuttler made sure of the top ranking even before she got the better of Japan's Yui Hashimoto 21-15, 21-11 in the second semi-final of the $275,000 Yonex Sunrise Super series event ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Saina Nehwal Creates History, Becomes India's First World No. 1 Women's Badminton Player  NDTV1 day ago Saina, Kashyap chase 'dream' All England championship title  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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March 26, 2015 @ 08:59 AM India's Defence Minister To Push Talks On Amphibious Aircraft Sale During Japan... The defence relations agreement between India and Japan appear to be in a limbo despite the push it received from...

The defence relations agreement between India and Japan appear to be in a limbo despite the push it received from the two prime ministers during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Tokyo in September last. Now that Defence Minister Manohar ...
 Defense World3 days ago Parrikar heading to Tokyo with US-2, closer strategic ties on the agenda  Jane's5 days ago Govt yet to decide on purchase of Japanese amphibious craft  Financial Express6 days ago What China's hiked defence spending means for India  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Toyota Tsusho to Provide Market Entry Support, Rental Factories to Japanese Companies in Gujarat, India-India's first public-private industrial park venture creates new expansion model-

Toyota Tsusho Corporation ("Toyota Tsusho") announced that it will launch business in the Mandal Industrial Park, a special zone in the western state of Gujarat, India jointly promoted by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry , the Japan ...
 Toyota Tsusho Corporation1 week ago The culture of cars  The Hindu4 days ago

Japan's vision to be robotics super-power: India's role and benefit

The world's first Robot hotel staffed entirely by robots is set to open in Japan by end of 2015. Japan's Mega bank is preparing to unveil robot employees with a human touch. In a Robot Restaurant in Tokyo, one can see a unique 60-minute show where ...
 Financial Express6 days ago
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Japan cites Shinkansen’s safety record as it eyes high-speed rail contract

With the feasibility study for the country’s first high-speed railway in its final stages, Japan expects India to make a “big, clear decision” on the Shinkansen. Japan is also pushing for a 360-degree project rather than a piecemeal one.
 Times of India1 month ago Feasibility Study of High Speed Trains  PIB2 weeks ago Indian high speed rail study bids called  Railway Gazette5 days ago

Japan's 'Arunachal' stance a tactic against China: Daily

Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishidas remarks that Arunachal Pradesh was an "Indian territory" is Japans tactic of taking sides over a disputed territory, said Chinas Global Times newspaper. The article Friday, based on an interview with senior researcher ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Abenomics can give a fillip to Modinomics: Japan foreign minister Fumio Kishida  Economic Times2 months ago

'Govt needs adequate support from MNCs'

India's first bilateral APA was recently signed with Japan Milind S Kothari February 1, 2015 Last Updated at 21:04 IST Traditionally, large transfer pricing adjustments by Indian revenue authorities have been a cause of concern for many MNCs operating in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Chandigarh may be the first Indian smart city

Several countries like Japan, Germany, Sweden, Singapore, Israel, UK, US, Hong Kong and the Netherlands besides MNCs have shown interest in building smart cities in India. Chandigarh could be the first Indian smart city as the government moves to create many hi-tech cities in the country. Referring to the National Democratic Alliance's proposal to set up 100 smart cities in the country, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, "The first Indian smart city to be created probably could be Chandigarh." ...
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Spurs star Kane gets first England call

More from Internationals India hold firm to reach World Cup qualifiers US boss Klinsmann eyes Gold Cup defence Japan confirm Halilhodzic as coach Zimbabwe thrown out of World Cup qualifiers Qatar 2022 winter World Cup a done deal Blatter condemns ...
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