- Instagram now shows when users are online, last active status: Here's how it will work
- J-K: Two civilians, Army jawan killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire near Akhnoor, BSF retaliates effectively
- Parineeti Chopra, Sidharth Malhotra and Vidya Balan raise the oomph quotient of Dabboo Ratnani 2018 calendar
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on Wednesday warmly welcomed by members of the Indian community in Japan after his arrival in Tokyo to attend the annual bilateral summit. Modi, who arrived in the Japanese capital city after a brief stopover in Thai capital Bangkok to pay respects to revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej, met the members of the Indian community in the lobby of the hotel where he is staying.
“The Indian community extends a very warm welcome to the Prime Minister on his arrival in Tokyo,” the Prime Minister’s Office tweeted along with his photograph with the community members. Modi, who is on his second visit to Japan in two years, will meet his counterpart Shinzo Abe and hold wide-ranging talks on Friday.
He will also have an audience with Japanese Emperor Akihito. The Prime Minister will also meet some opposition and other political leaders.