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DNA of non-violence engrained in our society: PM Modi

“India is a land of Lord Buddha. Buddha lived for peace and suffered for peace and that message is prevalent in India,” Modi said at Sacred Heart University here while replying to a question by a student. 195 more words


LDP Faction Politics Alive and Well

Over the weekend, a few media outlets reported that former Cabinet Minister Yuko Obuchi emerged as the frontrunner to replace Shigeru Ishiba as secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). 924 more words

Japanese Domestic Politics

Japan and India Agree to Boost Strategic Ties at Summit

TOKYO — Japan and India agreed on Monday to strengthen strategic ties as Asia’s second and third biggest economies keep a wary eye on a rising China, and agreed to accelerate talks on the possible sale of an amphibious aircraft to India’s navy. 243 more words

India's PM Modi in Japan -- "Strengthening Strategic Ties"

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is welcomed as he visits Taimei Elementary School in Tokyo, Monday, Sept. 1, 2014. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara) The Associated Press… 1,145 more words

India-Japan to establish security framework

KYOTO: India and Japan are likely to agree to launch a “two-plus-two” security consultative framework involving their foreign and defence ministers during crucial summit talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe here on Monday. 696 more words


Modi looks to turn Benares into 'heritage city' like Kyoto

KYOTO: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday received a presentation from Kyoto Mayor Daisaka Kadokawa on how the ancient tradition of Japan’s cultural capital has been preserved while building it into a modern city, a day India signed a pact to develop Varanasi on the pattern of Kyoto. 308 more words


India's Prime Minister Modi in Japan

IndiaToday.in  New Delhi, August 31, 2014 | UPDATED 12:03 IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe offer prayers at the Toji temple in Kyoto, Japan on August 31, 2014.On the second day of his Japan tour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday visited two prominent ancient Buddhist temples here – Toji and Kinkaku-ji -offering prayers and mingling with the common people and tourists. 1,030 more words