Shinzo Abe’s Guwahati visit put off; new dates later
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi for their annual summit in Guwahati and the government said that the decision to defer the visit was taken after mutual consultations. The scheduled summit looked untenable as unrest gripped the main venue of the visit since the Citizenship Amendment Bill was proposed.
India keeps options open on Modi-Abe summit venue
With the annual Japan-India summit scheduled to start on Sunday, the government is yet to ‘...
Modi-Abe summit cancelled in view of widespread protests in Guwahati over citizenship law
India announced on Friday that the annual summit be...
Uneasy calm in northeast, anti-citizenship law protests singe Bengal
Curfew was relaxed in Assam's Dibrugarh and Meghalaya capital Shillong, but the ripple effect of anger over the hugely divisive law was felt in West Bengal where Beldanga railway station complex was set ablaze in Murshidabad district and RPF personnel were assaulted.
Japan unveils USD 120 billion stimulus package
The package is also aimed at helping alleviate the impact of a recent tax hike and survive a potential economic slowdown after a spending boom for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
India, Japan to hold first 2+2 ministerial dialogue today
The meeting is being held in pursuance of the decision taken by Modi and Shinzo Abe during the 13th India-Japan Annual Summit in Oct 2018, with an aim to institute a Foreign and Defence Ministerial Dialogue for further deepening bilateral security and defence cooperation, MEA said in a statement.
Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project may hit roadblock
A senior NCP source told that "during the first meeting of the three parties in Mumbai last week, discussions were held on the Ahmedabad-Mumbai Bullet train project in which we informed the leaders that according to Central government, the Maharashtra government would be bearing Rs 5,000 crore of the total Rs 1.08 lakh crore cost."
2,887 days: Abe becomes Japan's longest-serving premier
The 65-year-old is also the second-longest-serving leader of the Group of Seven major economies behind only German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has been in office since 2005. Abe's grip on power remains firm as he passes the landmark, with his tenure likely to last until at least September 2021 and no clear successor yet on the horizon.
Japan won’t sign RCEP if India doesn’t join
“We aren’t thinking about that at all yet,” Japan's Deputy Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry said.
India, Japan review situation in Indo-Pacific; resolve to ramp up cooperation in third countries
The resolve by Modi and Abe to work towards a stable Indo-Pacific came in the midst of rising disquiet among several member countries of the 10-nation ASEAN over China's increasing assertiveness in maritime limits in the region. It was the third meeting between Modi and Abe in the last four months. Their previous meeting was in Vladivostok in Russia in September.
Modi meets Abe in Russia, discusses Indo-Pacific region with Japanese PM
India and Japan agreed to further deepen cooperation in the strategic Indo-Pacific region where China has been flexing its military muscles,...
PM Modi holds talks with Shinzo Abe
The prime minster said that President Ram Nath Kovind will participate in the coronation ceremony of Emperor Naruhito in October.
Should G-7 be expanded to include India?
When asked whether India would like to join the Group of industrialised nations if it is expanded from G-7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday evaded a direct reply.
Shinzo Abe lauds Narendra Modi’s initiatives against economic fugitives
India's foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale said the two PMs had a very constructive and detailed discussion on the bilateral relationship.
India, Japan make progress on sharing military logistics
Rajnath Singh meets Shinzo Abe; to carry on 2 annual trilateral naval exercises with US.
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