Indo Japan Relations

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‏Japan PM Shinzo Abe assures increased investment flow to Rajasthan

Raje briefed the Japanese Premier on the recent initiatives in the state.


The Great Game Folio: Modi’s Lexicon

In Tokyo this week, Modi framed an interesting antinomy in Asia.


Modi entertains Japanese people with his drumming skills

He first watched the male and female drummers perform and seemingly was enjoying.


PM Narendra Modi breaks security cordon to shake hands, mingle with Indian crowd

He shook hands with them and gave autographs to some, giving a personal touch to the event.


Japan lifts ban on six Indian entities

The removal of the ban will enable these companies to have cooperation with Japanese firms, including transfer of technology.


India, Japan to ‘upgrade’ defence cooperation

Modi welcomed the recent developments in Japan’s policy on transfer of defence equipment and technology.


Modi, Abe direct officials to accelerate civil nuclear deal

The two leaders directed their officials to further accelerate negotiations with a view to concluding agreement at an early date.

President Pranab Mukherjee shakes hands with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during a meeting at Rashtrapati Bhavan. (PTI)

India invites japan to be part of Malabar naval exercises with the US

It was in 2007 that the the Malabar, off the coast of India, was a multilateral event and even attracted formal protests from China.

In inviting Shinzo Abe, the prime minister of Japan, to be the chief guest of this year’s Republic Day celebrations, Delhi has underlined the special importance it attaches to East Asia. (PTI)

Abe in Delhi

Abe is the fourth East Asian leader to be part of the annual event in the last five years.

If there is one country in the world that ought to welcome Japan’s revival and its desire to be an active player in the new global balance of power it is India. (PTI)

Singh and Abe, Act Two

Why today’s India must pay greater attention to Japan.