Sunday, January 26, 2014

Shinzo Abe the Chief Guest on Republic day Parade

Shinzo Abe has arrived in India for a three day state visit.
He is chief Guest on Republic day Parade. Abe  attended celebrating India’s Republic Day on Sunday as the first Japanese prime minister to do so, and view a parade with the Indian prime minister.
Abe did  met Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday to discuss strengthening bilateral cooperation in the economic and security fields.Abe has confirm that the two countries will speed up a joint survey for a planned high-speed railway network in western India.
Furthermore, He hopes to ensure that the Indians build the network using Japanese bullet-train technology. Leaders of India and Japan  to discuss plans for Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Indian Navy to hold their 3rd joint exercise in waters near Japan. Abe promise two billion dollars in loans to build a subway line and other projects.
On backdrop of Abe visit, Gautam Bambawale, head of the Indian Foreign Ministry’s East Asian affairs bureau, held a news conference on Thursday. The briefing came two days before Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is due to visit India. Abe will be the first Japanese prime minister invited as a guest of honor to India’s Republic Day ceremony. The festivities are set for Sunday. He is scheduled to review a military parade.
Bambawale noted that India’s invitation to Abe symbolizes the two nations’ strengthening security ties.
Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera went to India earlier this month. He and Indian Defense Minister A. K. Antony agreed that both nations will further cooperate on security.
Focus is on whether Abe will discuss specific security matters in his meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Bambawale also noted that India will ask Japan to sign a nuclear deal at an early date. The accord would enable Japan to export nuclear-related technology to India.
Before departing, Abe told reporters that when he became prime minister for the first time 7 years ago, he said the Japan-India relationship holds great potential.Abe also said he hopes to further deepen bilateral ties through this visit. While in India, Abe will assist a delegation of Japanese business leaders in getting more opportunities in the growing Indian market.
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AAP call DCW an associate of Congress

DCW appears to be clearly working on a political agenda under its current chairperson. Her public statements make it clear that she is speaking the language of her political masters, which is not in keeping with the dignified post she holds.
The Aam Aadmi Party takes strong exceptions to her utterances and demands that the Delhi government should look into the state of affairs of the commission.
The attempts to browbeat the lawyers representing the Malviya Nagar MLA and Delhi law minister Somnath Bharti by the commission chairperson are condemnable.
Mr Bharti through his lawyers wanted to inform the DCW that he will
appear before the commission at a later date.
This was done by Mr Bharti despite the fact that the summons by the
DCW were sent to him on wrong addresses, but showing full respect for
the commission he decided to be represented before it.
The attempts by the DCW chairperson, who is a former MLA of the
Congress party, to create a controversy on the issue clearly showed her real
intentions.
How far is it justified to send summons on wrong addresses repeatedly in a hurry and make public statements about them ?
It appears that the DCW chairperson acted on a well thought out plan
to divert attention from the real issues facing the residents of Khirki
Extension. The women from that area have already submitted their
grievances before the DCW and the AAP demands justice on the issue.
AAP Media cell 

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