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Category: Japan

Fukushima & Beyond…

With the demand for power steadily increasing across the country, Japan has decided to rely on nuclear energy, yet again. Keeping the scenario in mind, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced […]

On Geriatrics In Asia

A US daily published a report on deaths of elderly people, living alone in Japan, a couple of years ago. There is a startling, as well as disturbing, similarity between […]

Giving A Renewed Sense Of Confidence

He had tendered his resignation as the Prime Minister, citing health reasons in 2020, and apologised to his countrymen for failing to complete his term in office. By that time, […]

6895mt Down On Sea Floor

While discussing shipwrecks, the Titanic comes to one’s mind, first. However, there are many ships which may have disappeared from the pages of history, as many of them have never […]

Simple Twists Of Fate

Tsutomu Yamaguchi (March 16, 1916 – January 4, 2010) has been an officially recognised Unluckest person in the world for surviving two atomic explosions. Although at least 70 people are […]

Patriarchal… Unnecessarily

At a time when the Russian invasion of Ukraine attracts the global attention, Japan has triggered a controversy by introducing a rule that is extremely conservative and reactionary by nature. […]

Taking Stock Of Events

The Government of India is eager to collect information about Netaji (Respected Leader) Subhas Chandra Bose from foreign countries. Bose (January 23, 1897 – August 18, 1945) was an Indian […]

A Visit From A Parallel Dimension

A man was seen arriving at the Haneda Airport in Tokyo in 1954. Like other passengers, he had to appear before Customs Officials as per the rules. His behaviour, as […]