India, Japan & ‘Five Eyes’ alliance demand backdoor access to encrypted apps

India, Japan & ‘Five Eyes’ alliance demand backdoor access to encrypted apps

New Delhi: Along with the United States, The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, the members of the Five Eyes Alliance, India and Japan also have demanded backdoor access from the companies from the technology sector to their apps that use ‘End-to-End Encrypted Communication’. This demand is to enable the investigating agencies to read […]

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India and Japan concur on increasing the scope of bilateral cooperation

India and Japan concur on increasing the scope of bilateral cooperation

Tokyo: Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar and Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi held bilateral talks. Last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had presented the proposal for Indo-Pacific Ocean Initiative’ in the East Asia Summit. The announcement that Japan was willing to join the initiative was made after the meeting. Drafts of a few important agreements, […]

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India should lead Taiwan and Japan against China: demands anti-China Pro-democracy group

India should lead Taiwan and Japan against China: demands anti-China Pro-democracy group

Toronto/New Delhi: – The group ‘Global Campaign for Democratic China’ demanded that India should form a front of the democratic countries like Taiwan and Japan, against China, and lead the front. A webinar of analysts and the victims of Chinese atrocities, from the minorities, was held recently. At this time, an appeal was made to […]

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Japan to cooperate with India on multiple fronts including ‘Quad’: new Japan PM Suga

Japan to cooperate with India on multiple fronts including ‘Quad’: new Japan PM Suga

Tokyo: – New Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide made a statement that Japan is keen on strengthening the cooperation with India through the medium of multi-level agencies like QUAD and the United Nations. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also assured to increase Indian partnership with Japan on various levels in the Indo-Pacific sector. These discussions […]

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India and Japan will work together for the countries of the Indo-Pacific region – EAM S. Jaishankar 

India and Japan will work together for the countries of the Indo-Pacific region – EAM S. Jaishankar 

New Delhi: – Indian Foreign Minister, S. Jaishankar asserted that India and Japan would come together for the countries in the Indo-Pacific and the other sectors, against the expansionist Chinese policies. Foreign Minister Jaishankar said that India and Japan share the same viewpoint; both the countries have major contributions to the changes in this sector. […]

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Indian Defence Chief holds telephonic discussion with Japanese counterpart

Indian Defence Chief holds telephonic discussion with Japanese counterpart

New Delhi: On Monday, the Indian Army Chief, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, held a discussion on the phone with his Japanese counterpart, General Goro Yuasa. Both of them discussed strengthening the open Indo-Pacific military cooperation between India and Japan. As the Chinese dominion is rising in the Indo-Pacific region, the India-Japan cooperation in the area […]

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Protests in Japan against China’s ‘compulsory Mandarin’ policy for Inner Mongolia

Protests in Japan against China’s ‘compulsory Mandarin’ policy for Inner Mongolia

Tokyo: – Non-resident Mongolian citizens held protests in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. China has made the mandarin language compulsory, instead of the local language, in the schools in Inner Mongolia, an autonomous Chinese province. The non-resident Mongolian citizens held protests against this order.   Since the last few days, protests are being held in Inner […]

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India and Japan sign strategic defense cooperation to counter China

India and Japan sign strategic defense cooperation to counter China

New Delhi: India and Japan have signed a critical military logistics agreement. According to this pact, the militaries of both countries will from now on have access to each other’s military bases for emergency deployments. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe have welcomed this decision, and have expressed confidence that […]

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Mongolians protest against China’s latest oppressive move

Mongolians protest against China’s latest oppressive move

Tokyo: – Protests have started in Inner Mongolia, which is an autonomous province of China, over the imposition of Mandarin language. On Saturday, non-resident Mongolian citizens attempted to draw the attention of the world, towards the Chinese oppression, by holding protests outside the Chinese embassy, in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. The Chinese government has […]

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