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Chinese takeaway

In the inter-war period, the conflict between Indian nationalism and Britain sharpened steadily.


Storm drenches Japan; 1 dead, dozens hurt

Tropical Storm Halong disrupted land and air traffic as Japan began its annual “Obon” Buddhist holiday week.

Read more: earthquake, Japan, storm

Nagasaki marks 69th anniversary of US atomic bombing

Crowds gathered to remember the more than 70,000 people who died in the initial blast or from after-effects.

Read more: Japan, Nagasaki, US

Japan hits back over Beijing and Seoul WW-II proposal

China and S Korea have reportedly discussed joining forces for the 70th anniversary next year of Japan’s defeat in WW II.


Japan to lift some sanctions on N Korea

Abe was satisfied the N Korean committee has the mandate to carry out a serious investigation into the abductions.


Prod RBI to allow currency swap for JBIC: Tokyo to govt

India and Japan have an extant arrangement for swapping their local currencies against the US dollar.


Japan pushing military reform despite fiery suicide bid

The latest polls suggest at least half the population is against a more aggressive military stance.


FIFA World Cup: Colombia thrash Japan 4-1, top Group C

The Japanese suffered their worst defeat at a World Cup since they lost by the same score against Brazil in 2006.


After years of pressure, Japan bans possession of child porn

Japan is the last OECD nation to criminalise possession of child pornography, although it outlawed production and distribution in 1999.


Japan kills 30 whales in first post-ICJ hunt

Shinzo Abe sparked fury when he said he would boost his efforts towards restarting commercial whaling.


After Bhutan, PM Modi likely to visit Japan in July

Modi will hold talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe on key bilateral and regional issues.


Japan’s message to Arun Jaitley: Remove $3-bn retrospective demand

The tax demands include a massive $2-billion bill on Mitsubishi and an about $600-million bill on Honda.

Read more: Arun Jaitley, Japan

Govt mulls halting NMDC iron ore exports

Commerce ministry called a meet on June 5 to deliberate a proposal to stop NMDC from exporting 2.5 million tonne iron ore to Japan and South Korea.


US deploys first advanced drones to Japan

The unarmed Global Hawk aircraft were deployed to Japan over the past week from their home base on the Pacific island of Guam.


Japan PM Shinzo Abe backs “womenomics” to improve Japan’s workforce

The advancement of women will allow the whole of Japan to discover new values and become a more dynamic society: Japanese PM Shinzo Abe


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