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Chawrasia, Bhullar, Jeev lead strong Indian challenge in Japan

Four-time European Tour winner, SSP Chawrasia will headline a large Indian contingent of 11 professionals which will tee up at the Panasonic Open Japan golf tournament here tomorrow. The contingent includes the only two Indians to have won in Japan, Jyoti ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Japan to put up biggest show of force since WWII, will send largest ever warship to South China Sea

Japan plans to dispatch its largest warship on a three-month tour through the South China Sea beginning in May, sources have said, calling it its biggest show of naval force in the region since World War Two The post Japan to put up biggest show of force ...
 First Post.com1 month ago China overtakes Japan in S Koreans' worst countries list  Business Standard1 month ago Japan's largest warship to tour South China Sea, train with Indian, US naval vessels  India Today1 month ago China waits to hear why Japanese warship going to South China Sea  MSN India1 month ago
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Sakura Mori screams her way to India Open crown

Sakura Mori of Japan overcame Swedish rival Ekholm Matilda to win the women's singles title at the ITTF World Tour India Open, here today. Rankings wise, there was very little to separate both the players with the Swede ranked 32 and the Japanese 35. Matilda ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Matilda-Georgina win doubles title  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Fighting Sharath bows out in semis

Sharath Kamal's campaign in the World Tour India Open was put to rest by Japanese teenaged prodigy Tomokazu Harimoto at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex on Saturday. Turning out for his late night men's semifinal contest, Sharath lost 7-11, 11-5, 7-11, 13-11, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Sharath Kamal subdues World No. 24 to enter India Open quarters  DNA2 months ago

Naval ship sails back to India after completing Asian tour

Led by Deputy Inspector General A P Badola, the ship has visited Malaysia, the Philippines and Japan prior to Singapore.
 DNA2 months ago

US VP Pence assures Japan: America is with you '100 per cent'

While Defense Secretary Jim Mattis denounced North Korea's weapons test as he began a Mideast tour, Vice President Mike Pence offered support to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo amid a trip dominated by concerns about the rogue state's nuclear ...
 DNA1 week ago U.S. VP Pence to tour Asia next month amid security crises  DNA1 month ago
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In talks with Japan, Mike Pence to seek market access, attract investment, find ways to tackle North Korea

Tokyo is the second stop on US VP Mike Pence's 10-day tour of Asia, a trip aimed at emphasising that US President Donald Trump wants to boost US trade in the region.
 DNA1 week ago In Japan talks, U.S. VP Pence to seek market access, investment| Reuters  First Post.com1 week ago
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US envoy in Japan to reassure on North Korea threat

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson began his first Asian tour in Japan's capital and was to hold talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida.
 DNA1 month ago Top US envoy begins Asia tour amid North Korea crisis  Business Standard1 month ago
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Golf-Matsuyama eager to deliver Augusta joy to Japan

During a normal week on the PGA Tour, Hideki Matsuyama might find himself shadowed by five-to-10 Japanese media outlets tracking his every swing like unofficial scorekeepers.
 DNA3 weeks ago
The Telegraph UK

'We want to see UK wildlife': BBC Springwatch viewers express sorrow as show announces it will go 'on tour' to JapanĀ 

Viewers are worried they'll see less badgers - and more foreign animals Credit: Alamy S pringwatch viewers have expressed disgust at the fact the show is going "on tour" to countries such as Japan in order to showcase wildlife around the world. The programme ...
 The Telegraph UK2 weeks ago
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