India's First International News Journal

India's First International News Journal

Thursday, August, 18, 2022

Topic: Japan

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World’s First 3D Designed Prosthetic Leg Provider from Japan Forays into Indian Market with a Funding of Rs. 26 Crore

The Japanese producer creates products inspired by 3D print and AI driven technology Operations to begin in India (Gurgaon) where they will offer these advanced...

With an improvised gun, Tetsuya Yamagami kills Shinzo Abe, the former Japanese prime minister

Shinzo Abe, the former Japanese prime minister, died in hospital after being shot at a campaign rally in the city of Nara. Two shots were...

The United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Japan ban the import of gold from Russia

Britain, the United States, Canada, and Japan will ban gold imports from Russia as part of new sanctions imposed over Russia's invasion of Ukraine,...

No Rubles, No Gas … Russia warns Europe amid Ukraine crisis

Russia announced, on Monday, that it will not supply gas to Europe for free if the latter refuses to pay the value of gas...

Japan.. Former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida takes over as Prime Minister

After winning a leadership election for Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party on Wednesday, former foreign minister Fumio Kishida will take over as the country's...

Global steel production rise 10.6 percent in 8 months

The World Steel Association announced, on Thursday, that global crude steel production during the first eight months of 2021 increased by 10.6 percent year...

Third World War and its possibility

The pandemic made devastating impacts across the world by causing the death of the lives of millions and bringing enormous economic loss and other...

Japan refuses to tell about Russian man seeking asylum

The Japanese authorities refused to provide official information about the man who allegedly sailed from Kunashira to Hokkaido. The foreigner is currently being transferred to...

An uproar after an Iranian won gold in Tokyo… and the Olympics “encourage sending evidence”

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has come under fire over an Iranian athlete affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards who won a gold medal at...

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