Quad Summit 2021: Can The Biden-Modi-Suga-Morrison Alliance Keep Xi In Check?

By holding a meeting with leaders of other Quad Countries (US, Japan, Australia and India), less than two months into office Biden has indicated that his administration will not just take forward but give a strong fillip to the ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’ vision.

World War III Hotspots: Top 5 Most Volatile Regions On Earth

With the world retracing its steps to the pre-covid era, subdued conflicts around the globe have re-surfaced with the rising terror of a potential World War III. The participation of Superpowers in proxy wars has created major hotspots around the world that are already on the brink of war requiring slight instigation to wage a war against each other.

Max Verstappen Is Terrified By Red Bull Team Advisor’s Coronavirus Therapy

F1 fans around the world are surprised as Helmut Marko makes shocking statements. He recommends drivers to deliberately affect themselves…

Anime Sensation Bleach Makes Massive Comeback With Season 17

Tite Kubo’s wonderful creation is set to air after a long wait of 8 years with Bleach Season 17.

Japan gears up for New Year celebrations

Senso-ji, an ancient temple located in Asakusa area of Tokyo is very popular among tourists. At the end of year, Hagoita-Ichi Festival is held to sell hagoita, good luck charms, which is ornamental bat based on those used in a traditional New Year’s game of hanetsuki. The motif of ‘hagoita’ is an actor.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Robots To Greet, Guide Visitors At Haneda Airport

As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics edge closer, Haneda airport’s operators have revealed that the robots will be greeting and guiding travellers.

7 South Koreans missing after chopper crash in Sea of Japan

A search operation for seven South Korean citizens is underway on Friday as a helicopter carrying them crashed off the coast of the disputed Liancourt Rocks archipelago

Rugby World Cup triggers local economy in Japan

This long line of people is heading to the rugby stadium. Japan is hosting Rugby World Cup for the first time. Games are held in various stadiums from the northern to southern areas of Japan. At the station and town close to the stadium, volunteer staff supports visitors to take commemorative photos and guide them to stadium.

President Kovind returns after 7-day Philippines, Japan state visit

President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday returned to India after the successful completion of his seven-day visit to the Philippines and Japan.

Japan allocates 710 million yen to support Typhoon Hagibis hit areas

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that the Japanese government will decide at its Wednesday session to allocate 710 million yen (around USD 6.6 million) to support the