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<strong>Japanese</strong> island to be evacuated after volcano erupts

Japanese island to be evacuated after volcano erupts

29 May 2015

TOKYO: A volcano on the remote southern Japanese island of Kuchinoerabujima erupted suddenly today, blasting plumes of black smoke high into the sky and prompting authorities to start evacuating the island and airlines to re-route flights.

Japanese island,   Kuchinoerabujima,   volcano eruption,   evacuation,   Mount Shindake,   evacuation centre,   Japan Airlines,   Latest world news,  
Chinese investment comes quicker than <strong>Japanese</strong>: Fadnavis

Chinese investment comes quicker than Japanese: Fadnavis

20 May 2015

Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday praised the Chinese model of investment, saying they are quick to start financing after sealing deals, as compared to Japan that takes at least 2 years to start investing after deals are inked.

Chinese investment,   Maharashtra Chief Minister,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Japanese investment,   Latest States News,  
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,  
15 dead, 20 injured as bus falls into gorge in Udhampur

15 dead, 20 injured as bus falls into gorge in Udhampur

11 May 2015

Udhampur (J&K): Fifteen people died and 20 others were injured, six of them critical, when a bus they were travelling in rolled down into a deep gorge in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Udhampur,   Latti belt,   bus accident,   road accident,   Latest India News ,  
CPI to expand its electoral base in Hindi <strong>belt</strong>

CPI to expand its electoral base in Hindi belt

30 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The CPI, whose presence in Lok Sabha has been reduced to a lone MP, has decided to work towards expanding its electoral base in the country with a renewed focus on politically crucial Hindi belt.

CPI,   Hindi belt,   Lok Sabha,   Rajya Sabha,   MP,   Shameem Faize,   National Executive Meet,   Latest Nation News,  
<strong>Japanese</strong> man arrested for landing drone on PM's office in nuclear protest

Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's office in nuclear protest

25 Apr 2015

Tokyo: A Japanese man has been arrested for landing a drone on the Prime Minister's office with a minuscule amount of radiation in an apparent protest against the use of nuclear power, four years after the Fukushima disaster.

Japan,   Drone,   Prime Minister,   Nuclear protest,   Fukushima disaster,   Shinzo Abe,   Radioactive,   Prime Minister Office,   Latest World News ,  
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,  
<strong>Japanese</strong> soccer legend Homare Sawa wins battle to play in her sixth World Cup

Japanese soccer legend Homare Sawa wins battle to play in her sixth World Cup

01 May 2015

TOKYO: Homare Sawa, Japan's all-time leading scorer and most capped international, will compete in her sixth women's World Cup after battling back from a year-long absence to make the squad for Canada.

Homare Sawa,   women's football World Cup,   United States,   Japan,   FIFA,   latest sports news,  
New pregnancy <strong>belt</strong> tracks baby's heartbeat, movements

New pregnancy belt tracks baby's heartbeat, movements

22 Mar 2015

Jerusalem: An Israel-based company has created a 'smart belt' that can track a developing baby's heartbeat, sleep and motion round-the-clock, allowing doctors to monitor high-risk pregnancies without hospitalising women.

Smart belt,   baby heartbeat,   pregnancy,  
<strong>Japanese</strong> maglev train sets world record with 603 KMPH speed

Japanese maglev train sets world record with 603 KMPH speed

21 Apr 2015

Tokyo: Central Japan Railway's high-speed train broke its own world speed record on Tuesday, clocking 603 kilometres per hour (374.69 miles per hour), after having set the previous record less than a week ago.

Japan Railway,   Japan train speed,   High speed train,   603 KMPL,   Fastest train,   Bullet train,  

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