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Aug 31, 2018
Google Assistant goes bilingual, can understand, speak two languages at a timeGoogle Assistant can understand any pair within English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese.
Apr 05, 2018
President Donald Trump's Indo-Pacific strategy draws red line around China, offers praise to IndiaLike most of the documents and statements that have marked the Trump administration, the concept is unabashedly about drawing a red line around China.
Mar 15, 2018
Origami's many marvels: Artist Himanshu Agarwal demonstrates the paper folding artHave you ever made a paper boat, fan or plane? A tipi-tipi tap? Knowingly or unknowingly, we’ve all done origami sometime in our lives. Derived from the Japanese words, Oru and Kami, which literally mean paper folding, origami’s premise is pretty simple: you start with a square or rectangular sheet of paper and transform it, through folding techniques, into a sculpture. It could be a swan, crane, violin, headphones, a fictional character… anything! It is, essentially, a craft that has been developed into an art, says Himanshu Agarwal, a Mumbai-based origami artist. The idea of origami is not restricted to a certain kind of paper, size or technique. Though the use of glue and cuts is often used to make larger and more intricate designs, it is discouraged in modern origami. Agarwal feels that it is more of a test than discouragement. He says, “It’s like a challenge, can you make it (origami) from a single sheet of paper.”
Nov 27, 2017
Watch: This sushi joint in Mumbai serves sushi burritos with an Indian touchYugo Sushi in Bandra serves traditional Japanese sushi with an Indian touch.
Oct 25, 2017
Japanese automakers embrace electric cars; have not ruled out alternative optionsAfter years of investing in hydrogen fuel cells and electric-gasoline hybrids, Japanese manufacturers are talking up all-battery electric cars.
Oct 22, 2017
Japan goes to poll in snap election; Prime Minister Shinzo Abe likely to win fresh mandateMillions braved typhoon in Japan a snap election likely to hand Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a fresh mandate to revive the world's third-largest economy
Sep 11, 2017
Bullet train: Narendra Modi, Shinzo Abe to lay foundation stone for project on ThursdayThe bullet train, which has a capacity to accommodate 750 people, is expected to reduce travel time between the two cities from seven to three hours.
Mar 09, 2017
Tata Sons-DoCoMo settlement row: RBI opposes $1.17 billion deal in setback to companiesThe RBI was also concerned that the enforcement of the award will result in "transfer of shares and was hence illegal"
Feb 05, 2017
Donald Trump's travel ban: As US rights groups fight back, India must reflect on its own historyMany Americans felt offended by an order of their new president banning immigrants from seven nations. Donald Trump had made a campaign promise to end terrorism by stopping the entry of Muslims coming into the United States. He said this ban would remain till he could 'figure out what's going on'.
Dec 16, 2016
Breakthrough in Japan, Russia islands row eludes PM Abe, Putin | ReutersBy Kiyoshi Takenaka and Katya Golubkova | TOKYO TOKYO Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin wrapped up two days of talks on Thursday, with numerous economic deals but no big breakthrough on a territorial row that has overshadowed ties since World War Two.Putin was heading home with promises of economic cooperation after appearing to achieve what experts said was a key objective - easing international isolation when Russia faces Western condemnation over the destruction of eastern Aleppo in Syria, where it is backing President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. Abe and Putin agreed to launch talks on joint economic activities on disputed islands at the centre of the territorial row as a step toward concluding a peace treaty formally ending World War Two, the two sides said in a joint statement.The islands in the Western Pacific, called the Northern Territories in Japan and the Southern Kuriles in Russia, were seized by Soviet forces at the end of World War Two and 17,000 Japanese residents were forced to flee.The dispute over their sovereignty has prevented the two countries signing a peace treaty.Abe said he and Putin had taken "an important step" toward a peace treaty but concluding one would not be easy."The issue won’t be solved if each of us just make their own case," Abe said at a news conference with Putin."We need to make efforts toward a breakthrough so that we don’t disappoint the next generation. We need to set aside the past and create a win-win solution for both of us." Putin dismissed the notion that he was only interested in getting economic benefits from Japan."If anyone thinks we’re interested only in developing economic links and a peace deal is of secondary importance, that’s not the case," he told the same news conference