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<strong>Japanese</strong> companies facing series of problems in India: Envoy

Japanese companies facing series of problems in India: Envoy

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Japanese companies are facing a "series of problems" in India related to taxation and infrastructure, Japan's Ambassador to India Takeshi Yagi said on Thursday.

Japanese companies,   Japan Ambassador to India,   taxation,   infrastructure,  
Honda to replace its CEO amid air bag crisis, sales drop

Honda to replace its CEO amid air bag crisis, sales drop

24 Feb 2015

Tokyo: Honda Motor Company hurt by falling sales and embroiled in a crisis over defective air bags is replacing its CEO. The Japanese automaker said on Monday that Takanobu Ito, its president and chief executive officer since 2009, will step aside in June and be succeeded by longtime executive Takahiro Hachigo.

Honda Motor Co,   Takanobu Ito,   Honda CEO,   Takahiro Hachigo,   air bag crisis,   Japanese automaker,  
Make DDRCs fully functional to tackle JE, AES cases: Nadda to states

Make DDRCs fully functional to tackle JE, AES cases: Nadda to states

07 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Union Health Minister J P Nadda has directed state governments to make District Disability Rehabilitation Centres (DDRCs) fully functional to tackle cases of Japanese Encephalitis (JE) and Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES).

Health Minister,   J P Nadda,   District Disability Rehabilitation Centres,   DDRCs,   Japanese Encephalitis,   Acute Encephalitis Syndrome,  
IBFW: Riddhi-Siddhi's show inspired by <strong>Japanese</strong> gardens

IBFW: Riddhi-Siddhi's show inspired by Japanese gardens

10 Feb 2015

Panaji: Designer duo Riddhi and Siddhi Mapxencar brought the Japanese flavour on the ramp during the India Beach Fashion Week held in Goa. The collection had outfits which a person or bride can wear for destination wedding.

IBFW,   Riddhi Mapxencar,   Siddhi Mapxencar,   Japanese garden designs,   mapxencaRS,  
Passing buck between Centre, UP leaves <strong>Japanese</strong> <strong>Encephalitis</strong> patients in lurch

Passing buck between Centre, UP leaves Japanese Encephalitis patients in lurch

07 Dec 2011

The recurring affliction of Japanese Encephalitis (JE) and consequently high death rate has brought to light the ground reality of government vaccination programme in Uttar Pradesh.

latest news on Japanese encephalitis in Uttar Pradesh,   JE vaccinatiion in Uttar Pradesh,   Japanese Encephalitis in Gorakhpur belt,  
States told to use funds meant to curb <strong>encephalitis</strong>: Nadda

States told to use funds meant to curb encephalitis: Nadda

22 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The central government will ask of all five states - Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu - where Japanese encephalitis cases are reported to utilize funds meant for the disease's prevention, union Health Minister J.P. Nadda told parliament on Monday.

central government,   Uttar Pradesh,   Bihar,   Assam,   West Bengal,   Tamil Nadu,   Japanese encephalitis,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,  
Murdered <strong>Japanese</strong> journalist's peace tweet goes viral

Murdered Japanese journalist's peace tweet goes viral

03 Feb 2015

Tokyo: A poignant tweet by murdered journalist Kenji Goto on the virtue of being calm was spreading rapidly on social media on Tuesday, days after he was apparently beheaded by Islamist militants.

Japanese journalist tweet,   peace tweet,   Japanese journalist,   Kenji Goto,   IS,  
UN council condemns 'heinous' <strong>Japanese</strong> hostage murder

UN council condemns 'heinous' Japanese hostage murder

02 Feb 2015

United Nations: The United Nations Security Council has condemned the "heinous and cowardly" murder of a Japanese journalist, after Islamic State militants claimed his beheading.

UN,   UN condemns,   Japanese hostage murder,   IS,  
Japan to lower voting age to 18: Report

Japan to lower voting age to 18: Report

07 Feb 2015

Tokyo: The Japanese parliament is expected to lower the voting age to 18 from 20 currently, a report said on Saturday, in the first such change to the law in seven decades.

Japan voting age,   lower voting age,   Japanese parliament,   Japan's legislature,  
IS deadline apparently passes for <strong>Japanese</strong> hostages

IS deadline apparently passes for Japanese hostages

24 Jan 2015

Tokyo: The fate of two Japanese men whom Islamic State (IS) terrorist group kidnapped and threatened to execute was unknown as the 72-hour deadline that the terrorist group set apparently came and went.

Japanese hostages,   Islamic State,   IS,   Japanese Prime Minister,   Shinzo Abe ,  

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