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Organisers unveil emblem of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Organisers unveil emblem of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

25 Jul 2015

Tokyo: Five years to the day before the opening ceremony, organisers unveiled the emblems of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games here. Designed by Japanese artist Kenjiro Sato, the emblem is based on 'T', standing for Tokyo, tomorrow, and team.

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Floyd Mayweather stripped of WBO welterweight <strong>belt</strong>

Floyd Mayweather stripped of WBO welterweight belt

07 Jul 2015

Washington: Floyd Mayweather was Monday stripped by the World Boxing Organization of the welterweight world title he won by beating Manny Pacquiao two months ago.

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Toshiba CEO to resign over doctored books

Toshiba CEO to resign over doctored books

21 Jul 2015

Tokyo: Toshiba's chief executive Hisao Tanaka is stepping down to take responsibility for doctored books that inflated profits at the Japanese technology manufacturer by 151.8 billion yen (USD 1.2 billion).

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 Tata Teleservices shares surge 20 percent, hit upper circuit

Tata Teleservices shares surge 20 percent, hit upper circuit

20 Jul 2015

Mumbai: Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) shares today surged 20 percent amid reports that the Tata Group has offered to buy out Japanese telecom major NTT Docomo's 26.5 percent stake in unlisted Tata Teleservices for Rs 23.34 a share.

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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.

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Chilton honors Bianchi, wins Indy Lights race in Iowa

Chilton honors Bianchi, wins Indy Lights race in Iowa

19 Jul 2015

Newton: England's Max Chilton won the Indy Lights race Saturday in Iowa after dedicating the race to former teammate Jules Bianchi, the French Formula One driver died early Saturday from injuries sustained in October in the Japanese Grand Prix.

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F1 driver Jules Bianchi succumbs to injuries sustained in 2014 crash

F1 driver Jules Bianchi succumbs to injuries sustained in 2014 crash

18 Jul 2015

Nice (France): The family of Jules Bianchi says the French Formula One driver has died succumbed to head injuries sustained in a crash at last year's Japanese Grand Prix.

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Toyota recalls 7,129 units of Corolla in India to fix airbags

Toyota recalls 7,129 units of Corolla in India to fix airbags

07 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Japanese car giant Toyota is recalling 7,129 units of its executive sedan Corolla in India to fix faulty passenger side airbags as part of a global exercise.

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World's oldest man at 112 dies in Japan

World's oldest man at 112 dies in Japan

07 Jul 2015

Tokyo: Sakari Momoi, a Japanese man recognised as the world's oldest male by Guinness World Records, has died at the age of 112, a media report said today.

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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).

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