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Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks Japan's help for India's 'inclusive development' 31.8.2014 DNA: Mumbai
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Japan on Saturday seeking to capitalise on his affinity with Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe to strengthen security and business ties on his first major foreign visit since his landslide election victory in May. Modi is one of only three people that Abe follows on Twitter , while the Indian leader admires the Japanese premier's brand of nationalist politics. "We will explore how Japan can associate itself productively with my vision of inclusive development in India," Modi said before departing on Saturday for the five-day visit. He listed manufacturing, infrastructure and energy as key areas for cooperation. In his previous role as chief minister of India's fast-growing western state of Gujarat Modi had actively courted Japanese investment. Modi, 63, is embarking on an intense month of diplomacy in which he will receive Chinese President Xi Jinping before meeting United States President Barack Obama in Washington as he seeks to carve out a stronger role for ...
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Narendra Modi’s Japan visit 31.8.2014 DNA: Bangalore
Narendra Modi’s Japan visit
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Pressure mounts on Sharif to quit as protests continue 31.8.2014 deccanherald.com
Thousands of protesters massed outside the residence of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday to demand he step down, after efforts to find a negotiated solution to the countrys political crisis failed. Pakistan has been gripped by unrest for more than two weeks, with protest leaders Imran Khan and Tahir ul-Qadri saying they will not back down unless Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigns. On Saturday Sharif once again said he would not go. Security forces fired tear gas at protesters on Saturday night and the opposition said a woman was killed in the clashes. Police were not immediately available for comment. Late on Friday, up to 8,000 protesters, some armed with clubs, had gathered outside parliament, with police on standby. Pakistans military stepped in this week to try to defuse the unrest. Qadri said the army had offered to mediate in the stand-off. Pakistan, a nuclear-armed nation of 180 million, has been ruled by the military for half of its entire history and has repeatedly oscillated ...
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Madras Atomic Power Station units renew operational licence till December 2015 31.8.2014 ET: Power
NPCIL's two power reactors at Kalpakkam have renewed their operational licence with the sectoral regulator till Dec 2015, a senior official said Saturday.
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Of human plight 30.8.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Amirtharaj Stephen says that photojournalists should respect the dignity and privacy of people whose plight they are capturing on camera. GIRIDHAR KHASNIS talks to the young lensman. As the members of the Jury for 2013 TFA (Toto Funds the Arts) awards sifted through hundreds of images submitted by dozens of enthusiastic applicants, one set of black and white photographs clearly stood out. The pictures were powerful, poignant and hard-hitting. An intensely sustained effort, they explored a complex human interest story in the best tradition of photojournalism. The story related to the people's movement against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project in Tamil Nadu. Moments of anger, anguish and utter helplessness of the affected men and women were captured with rare sensitivity. The judges of TFA awards unanimously chose the photographer of these images for the highest honour. Amirtharaj Stephen (born 1984 in Tuticorin), it was later learnt, hailed from Kavalkinaru village in Tamil Nadu, not far from ...
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India, Japan ink Kyoto-Varanasi partnership agreement 30.8.2014 New Kerala: World News
Kyoto, Aug 30 : India and Japan Saturday signed the Kyoto-Varanasi partnership agreement, soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi was warmly received by his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe here.
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MAPS units renew operational licence till Dec 2015 30.8.2014 New Kerala: India News
Chennai, Aug 30 : The NPCIL's two power reactors at Kalpakkam have renewed their operational licence with the sectoral regulator till Dec 2015, a senior official said Saturday.
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India, Japan ink Kyoto-Varanasi partnership agreement 30.8.2014 All News-IANS Stories
India and Japan Saturday signed the Kyoto-Varanasi partnership agreement, soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi was warmly received by his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe here.
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MAPS units renew operational licence till Dec 2015 30.8.2014 All News-IANS Stories
The NPCIL's two power reactors at Kalpakkam have renewed their operational licence with the sectoral regulator till Dec 2015, a senior official said Saturday.
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Narendra Modi reaches Japan to boost defence, energy ties 30.8.2014 Asian Age: International
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaches Osaka International Airport, Japan (Photo: Twitter) Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew into Japan on Saturday on a five-day official visit as their governments seek to boost security ties and counter a increasingly assertive China. Modi arrived at Kansai International Airport near Osaka, western Japan, by a special plane for a night in the nearby ancient city of Kyoto. He was to have an unofficial dinner with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, a foreign ministry official said. Modi will visit historic sites and an academic institution in Kyoto on Sunday, before moving to Tokyo for meetings on Monday with Japanese government and business leaders, including a summit with Abe, the official said. Abe and Modi are expected to affirm cooperation in ensuring a "peaceful and stable maritime order," a Japanese official told Kyodo news agency. Both nations hope to curb Beijing's rising activity in the East and South China seas and the Indian Ocean. In New Delhi, the Indian ...
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PM Narendra Modi arrives in Japan on five-day diplomatic visit 30.8.2014 FirstPost: World

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the Osaka airport in Japan for a five-day visit to the country.

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Modi reaches Japan 30.8.2014 New Kerala: India News
Kyoto, Aug 30 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday began a five-day visit to Japan, keen to boost ties in infrastructure, trade, defence and civil nuclear energy.
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PM Modi's Japan visit: Kyoto-Varanasi partnership agreement signed 30.8.2014 Zee News : India National
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived on Saturday at Osaka International airport in Japan on his maiden bilateral visit outside the Indian subcontinent, which is expected to open new vistas in the bilateral ties and take the Strategic and Global Partnership to a higher level.
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BJP's great leap back on the nuclear deal 30.8.2014 Rediff: Columns
Ignoring all previous protests and opposition to the deal, the saffron party has changed its stance, without providing any explanation. What has changed? Accountability and explanations on this U-turn will be welcomed.
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Narendra Modi lands in Japan for five-day visit: Will Prime Minister prove his mettle again? 30.8.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Amid great expectations after he proved his diplomatic knack in Indian sub-continent, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday embarked on five day Japan visit. Right from inviting leaders of SAARC nations in his swearing-in ceremony to bringing back nurses from
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PM Modi arrives in Japan 30.8.2014 deccanherald.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday began a five-day visit to Japan, keen to boost ties in infrastructure, trade, defence and civil nuclear energy. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in a special gesture, flew down to Kyoto to receive Modi, who is in his first bilateral foreign sojourn outside South Asia. Before leaving for Japan, Modi expressed confidence that his visit would open a "new chapter" in bilateral relations and give a boost to their defence and security cooperation. He hoped the trip will "take our strategic and global partnership to the next higher level", Modi said. He termed Japan "a key regional and global partner" for India. "We will discuss how to boost our defence and security cooperation, including in defence technology, equipment and industry, in line with the evolving domestic policies of the two countries. I will try to accelerate progress on the unfinished agenda of projects and initiatives that our two countries have embarked upon," the prime minister said. From Kyoto, Modi travels to ...
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PM Narendra Modi arrives in Japan for five-day diplomatic visit 30.8.2014 FirstPost: World

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the Osaka airport in Japan for a five-day visit to the country.

The post PM Narendra Modi arrives in Japan for five-day diplomatic visit appeared first on Firstpost.

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PM Narendra Modi reaches Japan to hold bilateral talks with Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe 30.8.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
This is PM Modi's first bilateral visit outside of the subcontinent. Modi will tour Japan till the third of September and will also visit the emperor of Japan during his visit.
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Modi arrives in Japan 30.8.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday began a five-day visit to Japan, keen to boost ties in infrastructure, trade, defence and civil nuclear energy.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Arrives in Japan 30.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
Before leaving for Japan, Modi expressed confidence that his visit would open a "new chapter" in bilateral relations and give a boost to their defence and security cooperation.
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