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Asian play 1.9.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
A country's foreign policy is not the sum of investments it can get from other countries. It is ultimately about goals and strategies in the global quest for power and economic prosperity. Narendra Modi's trip to Japan is thus not just about trying to get Japanese entrepreneurs to invest in India. Of course, expanding economic relations can be the basis of a strong bilateral relationship. A brave new chapter in India-Japan ties can unfold if Mr Modi succeeds in getting the Japanese to invest in India's infrastructure projects, especially in the modernization of the country's railway system, and in its power sector. For nearly four years now, New Delhi has been trying to get Tokyo to agree on a civilian nuclear deal that would enable Japanese firms to supply components for India's nuclear reactors. India considers this crucial for its energy requirements, especially in the backdrop of the stalemate over a similar agreement it signed with the United States of America in 2008. Given Tokyo's anxiety over ...
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Japan lifts ban on six Indian entities 1.9.2014 deccanherald.com
Japan today lifted ban on HAL and five other Indian entities, which had been imposed in the aftermath of the 1998 nuclear tests, amid Prime Minister Narendra Modis assertion that cooperation between the two countries in defence and security will get a "new direction". The lifting of the ban was announced by Modi at his joint media interaction with Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe here after their talks during which they discussed ways to enhance cooperation in various areas to make it Special Strategic and Global Partnership "Japan has decided to remove ban on some entities," he said. Sources later said the ban had been lifted on six entities, including Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. However, four entities still remain in the banned list. The removal of the ban will enable these companies to have cooperation with Japanese firms, including transfer of technology. After the talks, the two sides also signed an MoU in the field of defence, which provides for enhanced exchanges and exercises, including at ...
Modi gets down to business in Japan, crucial deals likely 1.9.2014 India Today| Must Read
The talks began after Modi was accorded a ceremonial welcome at the Akasaka Palace, one of the two state guest houses in Tokyo. A guard of honour was also presented to the Indian ...
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Foreign Media on PM Narendra Modi's Rebuke to Pakistan 30.8.2014 NDTV
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking a week after high-level talks with Pakistan were called off, said Pakistani officials had made a "spectacle" of peace efforts by meeting with separatist leaders ...
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Pebble-size particles behind planet formation? 29.8.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Astronomers have discovered that filaments of star-forming gas near the Orion Nebula may be brimming with pebble-sized particles.
Narendra Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip 28.8.2014 Asian Age: India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: AP) India is hoping to win Japanese backing for a nuclear energy pact during a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and lure investment into its $85 billion market while addressing Japan's concern about doing business with a nuclear-armed country. India has been pushing for an agreement with Japan on the lines of a 2008 deal with the United States under which India was allowed to import US nuclear fuel and technology without giving up its military nuclear programme. But Japan wants explicit Indian guarantees not to conduct nuclear tests and more intrusive inspections of its nuclear facilities to ensure that spent fuel is not diverted to make bombs. India, which sees its weapons as a deterrent against nuclear-armed neighbours China and Pakistan, has sought to meet Japan's concerns and over the past month the two sides have speeded up negotiations ahead of Modi's visit. "Serious efforts are being made to resolve any special concerns that Japan has. Whether it will be ...
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Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip 28.8.2014 TOI: Home
A nuclear pact with Japan could transform ties in a way the deal with the United States did by establishing India as a strategic partner.
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Narendra Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip 28.8.2014 Asian Age: India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: AP) India is hoping to win Japanese backing for a nuclear energy pact during a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and lure investment into its $85 billion market while addressing Japan's concern about doing business with a nuclear-armed country. India has been pushing for an agreement with Japan on the lines of a 2008 deal with the United States under which India was allowed to import US nuclear fuel and technology without giving up its military nuclear programme. But Japan wants explicit Indian guarantees not to conduct nuclear tests and more intrusive inspections of its nuclear facilities to ensure that spent fuel is not diverted to make bombs. India, which sees its weapons as a deterrent against nuclear-armed neighbours China and Pakistan, has sought to meet Japan's concerns and over the past month the two sides have speeded up negotiations ahead of Modi's visit. "Serious efforts are being made to resolve any special concerns that Japan has. Whether it will be ...
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PM Modi Eyes Breakthrough Nuclear Pact on Japan Trip 28.8.2014 NDTV National
India is hoping to win Japanese backing for a nuclear energy pact during a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and lure investment into its $85 billion market while addressing Japan's concern ...
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Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip 28.8.2014 Top Stories
Modi and Shinzo Abe are also expected to boost defence, infrastrcuture ties
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Narendra Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip 28.8.2014 CNN-IBN: Politics
India is hoping to win Japanese backing for a nuclear energy pact during a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and lure investment into its $85 billion market while addressing Japan's concern about doing business with a nuclear-armed country.
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Make 24/7 Electricity Supply A Reality, Gowda Tells Engineers 22.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Organs of democracy 16.8.2014 Latest News
God said, "Let there be light," and there indeed was light. But creating things isn't quite so simple. Ask the scientists and medical experts working on replacement organs for human patients - heart, liver, bladder, brain, what have you. These are ...
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Will always focus on country’s welfare: Modi 10.8.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Will always focus on country’s welfare: Modi
WTO stand in interests of poor, Modi says 10.8.2014 TOI: India
PM Narendra Modi yesterday justified India’s tough stance on WTO saying the decision had to be taken in the interest of India’s ...
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Modi plays pro-poor card in WTO row 10.8.2014 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, Aug. 9: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused the developed nations of a "disinformation campaign" to "isolate" India for refusing to toe their line at the World Trade Organisation, painting his government before a domestic political audience as a champion of the poor.
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From Rajiv to Sonia to MMS: Here are all the bombshells in Natwar Singh's tell-all - Firstpost 1.8.2014
From Rajiv to Sonia to MMS: Here are all the bombshells in Natwar Singh's tell-all Firstpost Perhaps still smarting from the treatment meted out to him when he was sacked in the wake of the Volcker report on the Iraq oil for food scam, former external affairs minister Natwar Singh has reportedly used some choice adjectives to describe ...
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India Deserves NSG Membership 28.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Pakistani dailies pay tribute to Majid Nizami 27.7.2014 Zee News : South Asia
Pakistani newspapers Sunday paid tributes to veteran journalist Majid Nizami, who died Saturday in a hospital in Lahore. He expressed his strong views against India`s nuclear tests and the Kashmir issue.
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Pakistani dailies pay tribute to Majid Nizami 27.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, July 27 : Pakistani newspapers Sunday paid tributes to veteran journalist Majid Nizami, who died Saturday in a hospital in Lahore. He expressed his strong views against India's nuclear tests and the Kashmir issue.
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