Friday, September 13, 2019, 7:35 PM
Pakistan's PM Imran-Khan is clearly a man too worked-up over Kashmir. Rattled by the surprise move by the Modi-government on Kashmir, Imran-Khan has started imagining things that he does not see on the ground. The repeated caution from his own ministers that world does not believe Pakistan's Kashmir narrative is having no-calming effect on him. He seems to be more agitated with these statements.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 11:24 PM
Japan's nuclear regulator said in Wednesday it would launch a new investigation into the Fukushima disaster, to look into how radiation leaked from damaged reactor containment vessels and other factors. Three reactors at an atomic power plant run by Tokyo Electric Power melted down after an earthquake and tsunami eight years ago, spewing radiation that forced 160,000 people to flee, many never to return.
Monday, September 9, 2019, 7:26 PM
Japan's economy grew at a slower pace than initially estimated in the second-quarter as the U.S.-China-trade-war prompted a downward revision of business spending, intensifying calls for the central-bank to deepen stimulus this month. Weakness in the global economy and worsening trade protectionism have emerged as risks to growth and added some pressure for the Bank of Japan(BOJ) to expand stimulus when it meets next-week.
Thursday, September 5, 2019, 8:11 PM
PM Modi addresses the Plenary Session of 5th-Eastern-Economic-Forum, in Vladivostok. PM Modi is the chief-guest of the Eastern Economic Forum that is being held on Thursday in Vladivostok. On Wednesday, PM Modi held bilateral-talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and signed a few of agreements. Thanking President Putin for his support, PM Modi elaborated on the strategy behind India's recent development in J-K.
Saturday, August 31, 2019, 8:37 PM
A recent remark by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about "North Korea's rogue behavior" will make talks with the US more difficult, the North's KCNA news-agency quoted its vice foreign-minister, Choe Son Hui, as saying. "We recognized that North Korea's rogue behavior could not be ignored," Pompeo said on Tuesday, while speaking at the American Legion National Convention in the state of Indiana.
Friday, August 30, 2019, 11:41 AM
With India's auto sales declining for the ninth-straight month in July, more automotive manufacturers are laying off workers and temporarily halting production to keep costs in check, according to the sources. Japanese carmaker Toyota Motor and South Korea's Hyundai Motor are the latest in a string of companies to briefly halt some parts of production at plants to combat slumping sales, said the source.
Monday, August 26, 2019, 8:07 AM
India, projected to have the largest working population between 2022 and 2034, has called upon nations to join hands with it to leverage its skilled manpower, with an estimated 10-million-youths entering the workforce per annum. India, with strong 48-member contingent, is among the 63-countries participating in the world's biggest international vocational skill competition WorldSkills Kazan 2019, which is underway in the capital of Tatarstan.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 11:30 AM
Estonia's Bolt, a popular ride-sharing service in Eastern Europe and Africa, launched food delivery service in its home town of Tallinn, the nation's capital, and said it plans to roll-out Bolt Food this year in South Africa, Latvia and Lithuania as well. Bolt, which until early this year was called Taxify, has grabbed business from Uber mostly in major African cities and Eastern Europe.
Friday, August 16, 2019, 7:34 PM
powerful tropical storm lashed Japan on Thursday, bringing strong winds and torrential rain that claimed at least one life, prompted warnings of landslides and flooding, and sparked evacuation advisories and travel chaos at a peak holiday period. Severe Tropical Storm Krosa one notch below a typhoon slammed into the southern Hiroshima region, packing wind gusts of up to 126 kilometres (78 miles) per hour.
Friday, August 2, 2019, 4:26 PM
Japan's cabinet on Friday approved a plan to remove South Korea from a list of countries that enjoy minimum export controls, a move likely to escalate tensions fueled by a dispute over compensation for wartime forced laborers. Japan says that issue of compensation was settled by a 1965 treaty that normalized ties between Tokyo and Seoul.
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