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New Delhi, Sept. 1: India has won the promise of investments worth an unprecedented Rs 205,000 crore from Japan, but key deals Prime Minister Narendra Modi had hoped to ink with Shinzo Abe during his Tokyo visit remain trapped in seemingly intractable differences.
A student of a municipal school in Ahmedabad recites during a week-long Teachers' Day programme that started Monday.
In signs of greater economic engagement, Japan will double its direct investments in India to a whopping $35 billion in the next five years.
Masala Games announced today that over 25,000 copies of their game Word Mess have been sold to schools at a 50% educational discount.
Power corridors in New Delhi and Tokyo are abuzz with expectations over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ongoing visit to Japan.
On an average, around 135,000 MT solid waste is generated daily in the country's urban regions.
In talks Monday, Japan and India agreed to boost security and economic ties amid China's increasing territorial ambitions and military strength.
Japan today offered to provide financial, technical and operational support to India for introduction of bullet trains, a project high on the priority of the Modi government.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's style of governing was seen as decisive by 51%, dictatorial by 19%, and both dictatorial and decisive by 25%, though these proportions varied significantly across cities.
India will get USD 35 billion from Japan over the next five years for developmental projects, including building of smart cities and next generation infrastructure as also cleaning of the Ganga, as Premier Shinzo Abe today pledged to partner Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "ambitious" vision of inclusive development.
Modi sought Japan's assistance in Ahmedabad Metro project and the bullet train link between Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
Pledging to enhance bilateral cooperation, Japan today promised USD 33.8 billion assistance to India for the next five years towards funding next generation infrastructure projects, smart cities, rejuvenation of Ganga river and introduction of bullet trains.
By Saraswathi Muniappan NEW DELHI, Sept 1 -- VFS Global, which already operates nine Malaysian visa application centres in India is ready to expand its network in the country if required, its regional chief executive officer, Vishal Jairath said.
Narendra Modi on Monday extracted a pledge of nearly $35 billion in Japanese investment and financing over the next five years for infrastructure projects like smart cities and the cleaning of the Ganga.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe held meeting today in Tokyo, on the third day of Modi's visit to the second largest Asian economy.
Gujarat Global News Network, Ahmedabad Two IPS officers who had several police officers behind bars in fake encounter cases have been shunted out of state.
Five men were charred to death when a trailer collided head on with a truck and caught fire in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, police said today.
MUMBAI: Edelman today announced two additions to its leadership team in India. Further boosting the firm as it forges ahead on a high growth trajectory, Edelman welcomes back veteran Bhavna Jagtiani, as Director - West.
On Day 3 of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Japan there was no breakthrough on the civil nuclear or defence deals, but India received promises of huge investments in other sectors.
Tokyo, Sep 1 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invited Japanese businesses to join India's development efforts, promising speedy clearances and a special team under his office.