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SMK: Create right atmosphere

Stepping up pressure on Pakistan to take action in Mumbai terror attack case, India on Sunday said the normalisation of bilateral ties can “only be in an atmosphere free of terror.”

As Panasonic TVs flicker, new chief offers tough love


In today's world of fast gadgets and fickle consumers, managers at Panasonic Corp, the sprawling, and struggling, Japanese electronics manufacturer, still refer to a 250-year business plan their found

Jundal, 26/11 dominate Krishna-Khar meeting


External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna met his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar on Sunday during which he strongly raised the issue of anti-India activities being carried out from the Pakistani

IMF chief warns over slowing global growth


International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde on Friday warned the global economy was slowing and said the situation could get worse because Europe was not doing enough to fix its debt crisis.

Japan regains nuclear power as first reactor resumes operations


Japan ended two months without nuclear power on Thursday when the No. 3 unit at Kansai Electric Power Co's Ohi plant became the first reactor to resume supplying electricity to the grid since a nation

Fukushima nuclear accident a 'man-made' disaster: Probe


The nuclear accident at Fukushima last year was a ‘man-made disaster’ and not only due to the tsunami, a Japanese parliamentary panel said on Thursday in its final report on the catastrophe.

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Japan's Olympus ordered to pay back taxes: Report


Japanese authorities have ordered Olympus to pay about $63 million in back taxes and penalties, reports said on Wednesday, as the disgraced firm tries to recover from a loss cover-up scandal.

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Kim Jong-Il ordered uranium bombs: Reports


The late North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il ordered his scientists to produce 'a massive amount' of uranium bombs, according to internal regime documents, reports in Japan said on Monday.

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1st Japan reactor goes online since nuclear crisis


Dozens of protesters shouted and danced at the gate of a nuclear power plant set to restart on Sunday, the first to go back online since all reactors were shut down for safety checks following the Fuk

Sony, Panasonic team-up on next-generation TVs


Struggling Japanese electronics giants Sony and Panasonic said on Monday they would team up to develop televisions with advanced technology, in a bid to claw back market share from overseas rivals.


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