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PM Shinzo Abe highlights the need for Economic Empowerment and Plastic Waste Reduction.

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Japanese PM Shinzo Abe in the G-20 Summit In the ongoing G-20 Summit 2019, host Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister stressed on economic empowerment of women and curbing plastic waste disposed in oceans as key areas of cooperation. Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, the host for the G-20 Summit 2019 stressed on economic empowerment of women and curbing plastic waste disposed in oceans in his address

PM Modi in G-20 Summit: Discusses Trade and Technology Ties with PM Abe

Discussion on Trade

PM Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to hold extensive talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe covering trade and technological ties, oil import embargo in Asia and security. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Osaka, Japan on 27 June 2019 to attend the highly anticipated G-20 Summit 2019. He will hold marathon bilateral meeting

Japan to Resume Commercial Whaling after 30 Years

Japan to resume whaling from July 1, 2019

Japan to resume whaling from July 1, 2019 Japan will resume whaling from July 1, soon after the conclusion of the G20 summit. Environmentalists have urged world leaders to speak up against the decision The Japanese ships shall head towards the coastal waters on 1st July after its announcement to leave the International Whaling Commission (IWC) on 30th June six months earlier The decision to

Prime Minister Modi in G-20 Summit ’19: To Hold Talks on Terrorism and Economic Fugitives

PM Narendra Modi was welcomed by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe

PM Narendra Modi was welcomed by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi arrived in Japan to attend G-20 Summit 2019. He will hold key bilateral meetings with world leaders at the Summit, particularly on tackling terrorism and economic fugitives. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi arrived in Japan for the upcoming G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan and received

US REMOVES INDIA FROM CURRENCY MONITORING LIST

Indian rupee not in Currency Monitoring List

US removes India from its Currency Monitoring List The US Treasury Department has removed Indian Rupee from its updated Currency Monitoring List of major trading partner nations. India had been placed in the watch list in October 2018 The US Treasury Department has removed India from its Currency Monitoring List of major trading partners. China, however, continues to

Indian Naval Joins US, Philippines, Japan in South China Sea Drill

Joint Naval Exercise

Indian destroyer INS Kolkata and tanker INS Shakti participated in the combined naval exercise in the disputed South China Sea amidst the US-China conflict over the commercial control of the area. Indian Navy joined the naval exercise by the US, Japan, and the Philippines in the disputed South China Sea. The warships from these countries performed six-day naval drills in the

France Deems India “Absolutely Needed” As Permanent Member of UNSC

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France reiterates support for India, along with Germany, Japan, Brazil, and equitable representation of Africans, for its permanent seat in the expansion of the UNSC. India, besides Germany, Brazil, and Japan is deemed as “absolutely needed” for permanent members of the UN Security Council. The support has come from France, stating that the enlargement of the council group is crucial for

Japan And Vietnam Defence Ministers Seek To Peacefully Resolve South China Sea Issue

South China Sea Issue

In a meeting held at Hanoi, the defence ministers of Japan and Vietnam agreed to resolve the territorial claim disputes in South China Sea, Japanese ministry officials said. The defence ministers of Vietnam and Japan have confirmed to work peacefully together to tackle China’s rapid expansion in the South China Sea. The statement came after both the countries held an official

Indian-Origin ‘Yogi’ Wins Ward Election In Japan

Yogendra Puranik wins award in Japan

The 41-year-old Indian-origin Japanese, nicknamed ‘Yogi’, wins election in Japan with 6,477 votes, a fifth highest of the 226,561 valid ballots that was conducted on April 21. Puranik Yogendra becomes the first Indian to win Japan’s election after being designated to Tokyo’s Edogawa ward assembly. The 41-year-old goes by the nickname ‘Yogi’ who was backed by the Constitutional Democratic Party of

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