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Nishikori rips Raonic to win Japan Open


Kei Nishikori stunned big-serving Milos Raonic 7-6 3-6 6-0 with an electrifying display of attacking tennis to become the host country's first Japan Open champion on Sunday.

It was the eighth seed's

Murray beaten by Raonic in Japan shock


London Olympic gold medallist and US Open champion Andy Murray was sent crashing out of the Japan Open tennis tournament on Saturday in a shock semi-final defeat by Milos Raonic of Canada.

In the fin

Paes-Stepanek in final of Japan Open

Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek outplayed Daniele Bracciali and Frantisek Cermak in straight sets to storm into final of the ATP Japan Open, here today.

The top seeded Indo-Czech pair defeated the It

Strong quakes strike off northern Japan: USGS

A strong 6.2-magnitude quake struck off northern Japan on Tuesday but there are no immediate reports of major damage and no tsunami alert was issued, US seismologists said.

It hit at 7:21 am (2221 GM

China has 'too much lose' to impose Japan sanctions


While Chinese state media has warned Japan that it will suffer economically for nationalising disputed islands, analysts say China has too much to lose to impose any serious sanctions.

The world's se

Six China state ships in island waters: Japan Coast Guard

Six Chinese government ships sailed into waters around disputed islands early Friday, the Japanese coastguard said, adding it had issued warning for them to leave.

The arrival came just days after th

Japan Airlines raises $8.5 billion from stock offering


Japan Airlines (JAL), which exited bankruptcy in 2011, said on Monday its stock offering would raise $8.5 billion, in the world's second-biggest share sale this year after Facebook.

The monster sale,

Japan Cabinet minister found dead at Tokyo home

Japan's Cabinet minister in charge of financial services and the privatization of the postal system was found dead at his home on Monday, police said.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department said in

Japan to buy islands disputed with China: Reports


Japan's government has agreed to buy a group of islands at the centre of a territorial dispute with China, reports said Wednesday, a move likely to prove a further irritant in a tense relationship.


Tokyo govt surveys disputed isles in row with China


A team of Japanese surveyors Sunday sailed to a group of disputed islands in the East China Sea which the nationalistic governor of Tokyo wants to buy amid a widening diplomatic row with China.


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