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PM opens new TCS training initiative in Japan

TCSJ will initially house more than 4,000 employees in Japan and a dedicated centre located in Pune, India.


Tropical storm Neoguri hits Japanese islands

Kyushu’s Fukuoka prefecture issued warnings for strong winds, high tides and heavy rains.

Read more: Neoguri, Okinawa, Tokyo

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


World meets in Tokyo on Afghan future ahead of run-off vote

The first-round election last month was hailed a success, with 7 million Afghans voting.

Tokyo jolted by 6.0 magnitude earthquake; leaving few injured

It was the strongest quake felt in the Tokyo since the aftershocks of a magnitude-9 earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Read more: earthquake, Japan, Tokyo

Obama: US would defend Japan in islands dispute

The dispute over the islands, called Senkaku by Japan and Diaoyu by China, has badly strained relations between the two Asian powers.

Bitcoin bourse disappears in blow to virtual currency

Mt Gox officials did not answer the telephone or respond to email requests for information.

It is the army’s responsibility to protect the people for a peaceful and happy new year, the report said.

China ‘expels’ foreign military planes from airspace

The US, Japan and South Korea did not recognise the ADIZ and flew their military planes through the zone monitored by China’s Air Force.

Abe visit: Indo-Japan nuclear pact unlikely

Japanese negotiators want India should go a step further with Japan than it has with the US.

Japan Food Poisoning

Tainted frozen food sickens hundreds in Japan

Hundreds of people fell sick across Japan after eating frozen food that may have been tainted with a pesticide


Japan starts up offshore wind farm near Fukushima

Wind farm near Fukushima is to have a generation capacity of 1 gigawatt from 143 turbines.


Mind-reading camera shoots whatever you find interesting

The wearable camera that starts recording when it detects you are interested in what you are seeing.

Geek Goddess

Andela Ahrendts is living proof that a woman can have it all.


Storm caused radioactive leaks at Fukushima nuclear plant: Operator

TEPCO said a barrier intended to contain radioactive overflow was breached in one spot.

Man with prosthesis asked to strip for check at IGIA

The executive,Rajesh Bhatia,a resident of Gurgaon,was headed to Thailand with his wife,two children — aged 12 and 9 — and his mother.


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