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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, second right, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, talk during their meeting at the Akasaka State Guesthouse in Tokyo. Japan has pledged to invest 35 billion dollars over the next five years in India to finance infrastructure projects and building of smart cities 


India, Japan to share 'Special Strategic Global Partnership': PM Modi

Tokyo, September 1: On the third day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ongoing five-day visit to Japan, the two nations renewed their centuries old ties by agreeing to extend cooperation on a wide range of areas and inked the Tokyo Declaration for Global Partnership.

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Centre to write to states to expedite cases against MPs, MLAs

New Delhi, September 1: Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Monday that the Centre would write to all states to expedite cases against MPs and MLAs where charges attract disqualification.

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Pak army chief advises Nawaz Sharif to quit, media reports say

ISLAMABAD, September 1: Fresh controversy erupted after Pakistan's powerful Army chief on Monday met PM Nawaz Sharif to discuss ways to resolve the deepening political crisis with media reports claiming that the embattled Prime Minister was advised to step down during the meeting.

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Nalanda University reopens with 15 students, 11 faculty members

PATNA, SEPTEMBER 1: The ancient Nalanda University (NU), which attracted students from the world over, as reopened today at its newly established campus at Rajgir.

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Enforce prohibition in toto, or scrap it: CLP

Dimapur, September 1: The opposition Congress in Nagaland has reiterated its stand that the State Government should either review the Nagaland Liquor Total Prohibition Act (NLTP Act), 1989 to make it more stringent or scrap the Prohibition Act altogether if the Government does not have the political will to strictly enforce prohibition across the State.

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NSCN (IM) advisory to CNESPR

Dimapur, September 1: The NSCN (IM) has advised Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research to be more rationale while identifying individual or organization in the discourse of Indo-Naga political imbroglio.

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UNC to ban all vehicular traffic from Sept 4

Dimapur, September 1: The United Naga Council has declared an indefinite ban on all vehicular traffic on national and state highways in Naga-dominated areas in Manipur from September 4. 

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Free JE vaccine for 3 districts

Dimapur, September 1: The Immunization Division, Directorate of Health & Family Welfare, Kohima has notified that Japanese Encephalitis (JE) vaccine is being made available in all Government health units free of cost in the three districts of Dimapur, Wokha and Mokokchung.

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NRHM employees call off stir

Dimapur, September 1: The agitating NRHM doctors and nurses have called off their agitation from Tuesday as their demands for releasing pending salaries have been fulfilled by the government.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Mary Elizabeth Winstead slam leak of their naked photos online

Naked pictures of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, as well as racy photos of other celebrities, surfaced online, spurring speculation about another celebrity hacking case. Several of the photos, posted by a user on the 4chan website, show the various hairstyles the 24-year-old Hunger Games star has sported over the past three years, reported E! online.

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After threatening Shah Rukh Khan, mafia don Ravi Pujari targets Boman Irani

Bollywood actor Boman Irani has been provided police protection after he allegedly received a threat call from fugitive underworld don Ravi Pujari.

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Hrithik Roshan Betters Tom Cruise In Bang Bang?

Hrithik Roshan's Bang Bang might be the desi adaptation of the Tom Cruise starrer Knight & Day. And while that film had some breathtaking action, one would assume that the Indian version will also have similarly designed sequences.

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