Yoshihide Suga formally elected as Japan's new prime minister, succeeds long-serving leader Shinzo Abe
Suga said he will appoint 'reform-minded, hard-working people' to the new Cabinet. About half of the members in the Abe Cabinet are expected to be retained or shifted to different ministerial posts
Yoshihide Suga set to be Japan PM: Chinese media expresses guarded optimism, raises concerns on 'hardline attitudes'
While China is Japan's largest trading partner, Beijing increasing military aggression and the coronavirus pandemic have strained relations between the two countries
The expected victory by Suga guarantees his election in a parliamentary vote on Wednesday because of the majority held by the Liberal Democrats’ ruling coalition
Shinzo Abe quits as Japan PM: Many vie for country's top post, but reviving economy will be a tall order
Japan is confronting labour shortages as it grapples with a shrinking population and a stubbornly low birthrate, as well as snags in bringing in foreign workers.
India-Japan summit: No aircraft or civil nuclear deal; is 'strategic autonomy' bane of New Delhi's foreign policy?
The conclusion of India-Japan's 13th summit meeting proved yet again how the Nehruvian template continues to define India's foreign policy.
Abe, some say, has already won hearts in Gujarat by choosing it over Delhi for his visit.
Shinzo Abe's Gujarat visit highlights: A strong India in our interest, says Japan PM at bullet train launch event
Crowds lining up the streets cheered lustily as Modi and Abe waved at them. Akie, meanwhile, happily clicked photos with her mobile phone. People were seen waving Indian and Japanese national flags at several places.
Bullet train will only launch in 2022, but Narendra Modi-Shinzo Abe hype suggests Gujarat ready to ride it right now
For the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in Gujarat, the very presence of Narendra Modi — be it as the chief minister or the prime minister — electrifies the cadres.
Shinzo Abe, Narendra Modi in Gujarat: PMs to lay bullet train foundation, hold India-Japan summit meet
With the laying of foundation for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train and MoU-signing ceremony attracting investments of around Rs 5 lakh crore, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe's and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are set to have an eventful Thursday.
Shinzo Abe's visit to India: Hostile China pulls New Delhi-Tokyo together as the two step up strategic cooperation
head of Shinzo Abe's visit, Union minister Arun Jaitley visited Japan in September this year and met his Japanese counterpart Itsunori Onodera in Tokyo.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe believes that US President Donald Trump is a "good listener", as well as "friendly and open", the media reported.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe today said Japan "cannot do without" nuclear power, speaking on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the devastating Fukushima disaster.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will arrive here on Friday on a three-day visit to hold annual summit talks with Narendra Modi.
Worries are growing in Japan about a trend of media self-censorship as journalists and experts say news organizations are toning down criticism of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government for fear of sparking ire and losing access to sources.
Japan's trade minister resigned on Monday amid growing controversy over allegations that she misused campaign funds.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today arrived here for summit talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe after completing the first leg his visit to the former imperial capital city of Kyoto.
"I am eagerly waiting for your arrival in Kyoto this weekend," Abe tweeted in a message to Modi who will embark on a four-day visit on Saturday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe earlier this year sent a note to a temple ceremony honouring hundreds of World War II-era war criminals praising their contributions to the country
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told a parliamentary session today that investigation into the tsunami-hit Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant revealed an overall lack of security.