Japanese firms can offer technology to India and collaborate: Yoshihiko Noda
Japanese PM Yoshihiko Noda today said companies here can offer technology to Indian firms and collaborate on various projects to strengthen bilateral relations.
How to prevent a war between China and Japan
China and Japan, Asia’s two most powerful nations, are increasingly jousting in the skies and in...
My leadership model is a jazz band. Let people do their thing: Vivek Ranadive, Tibco Software Inc
The first person of Indian descent to own an NBA team, he tells his plans for the game in his birth country and why he set up TopLink, a Facebook for the rich and famous.
New Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda hopes to hold talks with Barack Obama soon
Incoming Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda said today he hopes to hold talks with US President Barack Obama as early as possible.
India signing nuclear test ban treaty to kick-start talks with Japan?
Top diplomatic sources here told TOI that merely a generic voluntary moratorium on carrying out nuclear tests, which India keeps reiterating, will not be of much help.
Manmohan Singh meets Japanese PM Noda in Cambodia
Singh and Noda, who met on the sidelines of East Asia Summit, shared the view that the relationship between the two countries were warm.
In a first, Chinese newspaper adopts conciliatory tone to Indo-China border dispute
The Guangming Daily, a Chinese newspaper has taken an almost conciliatory view of the 1962 war and the border problem between China and India.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to visit Japan for talks from November 15
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will visit Japan from November 15 to hold summit-level talks with his Japanese counterpart Yoshihiko Noda.
Japan still on alert over N Korea rocket launch: Noda
The North's last rocket launch, in April, ended in failure with the carrier flying for just over two minutes before breaking up and falling into the Yellow Sea.
Japan to give fresh infrastructure loan of $22.6 bn to India
Japan will give a fresh loan of about $ 22.6 bn for second phase of Dedicated Freight Corridor & an infra project in South India, PM told.
Oil rises on possible Japanese stimulus
Crude rose for the first time in three days on Wednesday, buoyed by speculation that Japan may pursue more aggressive monetary easing.
Daiwa Capital Market to scale up India operations
Daiwa Capital Markets aims to revive its fortunes in takeover advisory and brokerage by targeting the elusive Japanese savings that runs at more than $2 trillion.
Bihar seeks Japanese assistance to spur agri sector
"Japan can play a significant role in helping Bihar usher in second green revolution," Nitish told Nodo.
India, Japan move to end deadlock on N-deal
In November, New Delhi made a set of proposals to accommodate Japan's concerns on an agreement that is seen as being crucial for the development of India's civilian nuclear sector.
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