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Video: Why drifting is so big in Japanese culture (NSFW)

Jan 09, 2016

Video: Why drifting is so big in Japanese culture (NSFW)

A glimpse into Japan's amazingly unique culture and why drifting is such a big part of it
#India #Japan #Toyota #Video #Honda #Suzuki #Nissan #documentary #overdrive #japanese culture #drift #drift culture
Japanese journalist reportedly held by an armed group in Syria

Dec 24, 2015

Japanese journalist reportedly held by an armed group in Syria

A Japanese freelance journalist is reportedly being held by an armed group in Syria, a media report said Jumpei Yasuda entered Syria from Turkey in June to cover the country's civil war. He was accompanied by a guide, public broadcaster NHK reported. #Syria #NewsTracker #Civil War #Turkey #japanese journalist
India is ready for bullet trains, and it has been ready for many years

Dec 17, 2015

India is ready for bullet trains, and it has been ready for many years

Is there really a good time for a bullet train? Japan’s first bullet train started running in 1964. The country has added several more lines after that. Several studies show that bullet trains spur business and tourism, create jobs, and build economies, in Japan and elsewhere. India is ready for bullet trains. It has been ready for many years. #India #Japan #Technology #CriticalPoint #Chennai #Ahmedabad #Railways #Shinzo Abe #Japanese PM #PM Narendra Modi #Bullet Trains
Despite losing out to Japan, China keen on bullet train deal with India

Dec 14, 2015

Despite losing out to Japan, China keen on bullet train deal with India

After losing out to Japan to build India's first bullet train network, China on Monday said it has still kept its options open to pursue cooperation with India in the high-speed rail sector as it is carrying out feasibility studies in two different corridors in the country. #China #NewsTracker #India #Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Japan to deploy troops near disputed South China sea islands from 2019

Nov 26, 2015

Japan to deploy troops near disputed South China sea islands from 2019

Vice Minister of Defence, Japan, Kenji Wakamiya plans to deploy about 500 ground troops on the island beginning in 2019. #China #Japan #NewsTracker #Disputed Islands #troops deployment #Japanese defence
Explosion rocks Japan's contentious Yasukuni shrine for war victims in Tokyo; none reported injured

Nov 23, 2015

Explosion rocks Japan's contentious Yasukuni shrine for war victims in Tokyo; none reported injured

An explosion today damaged a public restroom at a controversial shrine in Tokyo that honors Japanese war dead, with police suspecting foul play. No one was injured. #Tokyo #NewsTracker #japanese #Shinzo Abe #Emperor Akihito #Yasukuni shrine
Bangladesh aims to rein in poverty to below 14 pct by 2021  | Reuters

Nov 15, 2015

Bangladesh aims to rein in poverty to below 14 pct by 2021 | Reuters

DHAKA Bangladesh aims to cut its poverty rate to less than 14 percent by 2021 from 22.4 percent now, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Sunday, as the country sets it sights on becoming a middle-income nation. #United States #Development #Syria #Paris #Foreign policy #japanese #Crime
Enhancement of Maritime security in the Indo-Pacific on the agenda as Naval Exercise Malabar-15 kicks off

Oct 15, 2015

Enhancement of Maritime security in the Indo-Pacific on the agenda as Naval Exercise Malabar-15 kicks off

In its 19th edition, the ongoing India-US Malabar Naval Exercise featuring navies of India, the US and Japan is aimed at enhancing maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region. The key areas of this years exercise include anti-submarine warfare and search and rescue tactical procedures #NewsTracker #Indian Navy #Bay of Bengal #US Navy #INS Betwa #India-US Malabar Naval Exercise #INS Shivalik #INS Ranvijay #INS Shakti #INS Sindhudhvaj #Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force