Saturday, December 12, 2015

India and Japan sign agreements

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India and Japan today signed several agreements in the field of high speed Rail, Defence Equipment and Technology Security, Infra, Tech, Education and Economy. The two countries also inked Memorandum of Understanding,MoU, on civil nuclear energy. The agreements were signed after the delegation level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in New Delhi.
In his press statement after delegation level talks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, India and Japan have taken two more decisive steps in security co-operation that will deepen the defence relations and promote defence manufacturing in India. He said, this builds on decision to expand staff talks to all three wings of Armed Forces and to make Japan a partner in Malabar Naval Exercises. Mr Modi said, as the two countries work for Vision 2025 of Indo-Japan ties, India and Japan would advance prosperity of people and shape an Asian century in our vision and values. Mr Modi said, recognizing the special relationship between the two countries, India will extend ‘visa on arrival’ to all Japanese citizens from 1st Mar 2016. The Prime Minister said, India would also strive for its rightful place in a reformed UN Security Council. Mr Modi said, no friend will matter more in realising India’s economic dreams than Japan. He said New Delhi deeply value the Special Strategic and Global Partnership with Tokyo. Narendra Modi said Mr Abe has been prompt and positive on India’s economic proposals many of which are now unique to India. He expressed happiness over the fact that Japanese private investments are also rising sharply. Mr Modi said, India-Japan shared commitment to combating climate change is equally strong.
In his press statement, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, India and Japan have taken relationship to new level and buds have turned into blossoms. Mr Abe said, with a view to supporting growth of India, both public and private sector of Japan would act in unison.
The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that Japan will build a Convention Centre in Varanasi. In a joint statement issued at the end of annual Summit level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, the two sides underlined the need for closer coordination and effective communication, bilaterally and with partners, to address existing and emerging challenges in spheres of security, stability and sustainable development.
Sharing their concerns about the growing threat and universal reach of extremism, the two countries reiterated their strong condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations with ‘zero tolerance’ and reaffirmed their deep concern over the continued threat posed by terrorists and terrorist groups. They called upon all countries to implement the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267 and other relevant resolutions designating terrorist entities.
Before annual level summit meeting, Japanese Prime Minister called on President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrpati Bhawan this morning. Mr Abe and Mr Mukherjee discussed the issues of mutual concern.The holy city of Varanasi has been decked up for the visit of local MP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe who will attend ‘Ganga Aarti’ at famous Dasaswamedh Ghat in the evening today. On the 25 kilometer stretch of road between Babatpur airport and Dashashwamedh Ghat through which the convoy of Prime Minister Modi and his Japanese counterpart will pass through got a massive makeover.
Dozens of Welcome Gates have been erected all along the route where messages of Indo-Japan friendship are written prominently.

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The Republic of Gambia, previously a secular country, will henceforth be an Islamic state, President Yahya Jammeh declared on Saturday. Africa’s smallest nation gained independence from the UK in 1965. Some 95 percent of its 1.8 million population are Muslim. Islam or one of its denominations is a state religion in 24 nations worldwide. A handful of nations adopted Buddhism, Catholicism or some form of Protestantism as their state religion. Israel is legally a Jewish state, but there is a debate on whether the word applies to Judaism as a religion, the Jewish people as an ethnic group or both.

A second Spanish policeman has died after a Taliban attack targeted residential houses near the country’s embassy in the Afghan capital, AFP reports citing the Spanish Interior Ministry. Officer Jorge Garcia Tudela died at dawn from wounds sustained during the siege that began late on Friday. At least four Afghan policemen were also killed in the attack.

Ecuador and Sweden have signed an agreement facilitating the interrogation of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange. “The agreement is a tool that strengthens bilateral relations and facilitates, for example, the execution of such legal actions as the questioning of Mr. Assange, isolated in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London,” Ecuador’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Friday. Assange is wanted for interrogation in Sweden on charges of sexual abuse and rape, which he fears is a cause to deport him to the US where he would face trial for leaking scores of classified military files and diplomatic cables. The new agreement is expected to help the Swedish authorities question Assange without his leaving the embassy.

Joint Statement on India and Japan Vision 2025
Working Together for Peace amd Prosperity of the Indo-Pacific Region and World
Read the full text of Joint Statement here:
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An old friend and an all weather friendship.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi warmly welcomed PM Abe Shinzo at Hyderabad House.
Turning the belief of potential into the conviction of a partnership.
The Prime Ministers led delegation level talks in which PM Shinzo said multiple times that the India Japan partnership had the greatest potential of any bilateral relationship. He said his talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi would open New Age in India-Japan partnership.
Both PM’s exchanged Joint Statement on co-operation in security, infrastructure, technology, education and economy.
After that, PM Modi took the centre stage and welcomed Abe Shinzo.
PM Modi said that last year PM Abe Shinzo had spoken of US $35 billion of Japanese finance and investments for India over 5 years.They were also engaged in wide ranging collaboration in clean energy and energy efficiency technology that would create solutions for the world at large. He further said that they had taken two more decisive steps in security cooperation that would deepen the defence relations between both countries and promote defence manufacturing in India. It built on decision to expand staff talks to all three wings of Armed Forces and to make Japan a partner in Malabar Naval Exercises.
PM Abe Shinzo added how they had taken relationship to new level and buds had turned into blossoms. With a view to supporting growth of India, both public and private sector of Japan would act in unison. People-to-people relations were important so they were extending multiple entry visas.
Read the full text of Joint Statement here:

McLeod Russel Tour Championship

Russel Tour Championship – Race to Royal Calcutta Golf Club to provide fascinating finale to 2015 PGTI season. 
PGTI’s Year Ending ChampionshipPrize purse of Rs. 1.5 Cr
Only top 60 players on the Rolex Ranking to be eligible 
Sponsor invites include former champion SSP Chawrasia, Jyoti Randhawa, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Rahil Gangjee, Rashid Khan, Chiragh Kumar, Himmat Singh Rai and foreign players Md Siddikur Rahman, Mithun Perera, Koh Deng Shan & Sean Navin Shrestha Einhaus
Kolkata, December 12, 2015: McLeod Russel, the world’s largest tea producer, and the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), today announced the McLeod Russel Tour Championship 2015, the PGTI’s year-ending Championship. The tournament will be staged at the prestigious Royal Calcutta Golf Club (RCGC) from December 24 – 27, 2015. The tournament carries a handsome prize purse of Rs. 1.5 crore, the highest for a domestic event in India.
The event will see the top 60 players from the Rolex Ranking 2015 compete for top honours. This year the field will also feature sponsor invites including the 2013 champion SSP Chawrasia, Jyoti Randhawa, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Rahil Gangjee, Chiragh Kumar and Himmat Singh Rai along with foreign players Md Siddikur Rahman (Bangladesh), Mithun Perera (Sri Lanka), Koh Deng Shan (Singapore) and Sean Navin Shrestha Einhaus (Germany).
The tournament will be a 72-hole stroke-play championship and there will be no cut applied after 36 holes. All players will be guaranteed prize money. The Pro-Am event preceding the tournament will be played on December 22nd and 23rd.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Kamal Baheti, Whole-time Director, McLeod Russel India Limited (McLeod Russel), said “After the big success of first edition from 2012 – 2014, we are happy to be hosting the first year of second edition (2015 – 2017) of McLeod Russel Tour Championship. We are very pleased with the response from top golfers and everyone else who supported this event wholeheartedly. This is our small gesture of giving golf a boost in the Eastern Region and hope that it will lead to the growth of the game eventually. We are also encouraged to see the level of play by local amateurs this season at various tournaments. McLeod Russel’s heritage is based on values, culture and commitment and a strong belief in supporting and backing the right talent, and keeping that in mind, we will continue to sponsor one professional and two amateur golfers from Kolkata for the 2016 season. We will continue to be on the lookout for budding golfers in the future as well, and have put in place a committee to evaluate and identify budding golfers. We take this opportunity to thank the PGTI and the Royal Calcutta Golf Club for the opportunity to host the Championship this year. We are committed to the McLeod Russel Tour Championship and in the development of golf.”
Announcing the event, Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, Director, PGTI, said, “The McLeod Russel Tour Championship 2015, like its previous editions, is set to provide yet another fascinating finale to the PGTI season, as the Rolex Player of the Year title is up for grabs with many contenders in the fray. The golf fans in Kolkata are in for a treat as the leading names in Indian golf go head-to-head at the historic Royal Calcutta Golf Club (RCGC), for the biggest prize of the season. We thank McLeod Russel for their undying support to Indian professional golf and look forward to continuing our partnership with them in the years to come.” 
Mr. Abhay Pasari, General Committee Member & Golf Convener, Royal Calcutta Golf Club, said, “It’s a privilege for the RCGC to host the 4th edition of the McLeod Russel Tour Championship. It’s an exciting event with a two day Pro Am for the members and invitees.  I am told that this year a few foreign invitees will also be participating with the best from India.  I take this opportunity to wish all of them all the very best.”

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Highlights from the local media

Highlights from the local media of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

December 11th, 2015 | Volume: 1 – 9/12
ARG: President Ghani accepts intelligence chief Nabil’s resignation
Khaama Press | 10th December
The ARG Presidential Palace confirmed President Ghani has accepted the resignation of National Directorate of Security (NDS) Chief Rahmatullah Nabil’s resignation.A statement by the Palace said “Mr. Nabil presented his resignation to the President of Afghanistan for approval today. Despite the President was not in favor of changes in this security department during the current situation, but he respected Mr. Nabil’s demand and approved it.”
India helps Afghanistan cricket by providing home ground
Khaama Press | 10th December
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) and Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority on Thursday to help Afghanistan cricket with a home ground in India.

Bangladesh happy with climate change draft dealThe Financial Express| 11th December
The draft agreement reached at the UN climate conference in Paris has met Bangladesh’s ‘expectations’, observed members of the Bangladesh delegation at the COP 21. The UN climate conference in Paris – also known as Conference of Parties 21 (COP 21) – began on November 30.
Bangladesh PM Hasina asks army to serve countryProthom Alo| 10th December
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged the members of Bangladesh Army to devote themselves to serving the nation side by side with their regular work to protect the country’s independence and sovereignty.
Bangladesh government unblocks Facebook
Bdnews24| 10th December
Users in Bangladesh will now be able to access Facebook after it was blocked for three weeks. State Minister for Telecommunications Tarana Halim told the media on Thursday that the government has cleared the decision to unblock the social media site.

Human Rights issue probed
KUENSEL | 11th December
The chairman of the human rights committee of the National Assembly was asked some tough questions by youth participants during a panel discussion held to commemorate Human Rights Day, in Thimphu. A youth audience member asked the chairman if there is any legislation to protect the third gender in Bhutan as they face social stigma and discrimination, and therefore are a vulnerable group.
EU recognizes Bhutan’s leadership in climate change efforts
KUENSEL | 11th December
The European Union (EU) has recognized Bhutan’s leadership role and the “extraordinary ambition” in addressing climate change efforts with a signing of the “Declaration European Union” for cooperation in Climate Action and Energy” in L”e Bourget, Paris yesterday.
Bhutan commended for ratifying UN Convention Against Corruption
KUENSEL | 10th December
The ratification of the UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) by the Parliament recently is a milestone for Bhutan in following international best practices when it comes to fighting corruption.

Italy donates EUR4 mln to Maldives for environment protection
Haveeru Online| 10th December
Italy has donated EU 4 million (MVR 67 million) as free aid for the environment protection of the Maldives. Minister of Environment and Energy Thoriq Ibrahim and director general of the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea, Dr Francesco La Camera signed the contract Wednesday at a ceremony held in the ongoing United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP 21, in French capital Paris.
Chine provides free aid to renovate the Islamic Center area
Sun Online| 9th December
The Chinese Government has provided free aid to renovate the Islamic Center area at Maldives with marble flooring to accommodate as many people as possible in prayer. China provided $ 1.14 million in free aid for the project.  The cheque for freeaid was presented by the Chinese Ambassador to the Maldives Mr. Wang Fukang the Housing Minister Dr. Mohamed Muizzu at a special ceremony held at the Housing Ministry.

Rakhine group calls for suspension of Kyaukphyu SEZ project
Mizzima | 10th December
The Rakhine Social Association has called for the suspension of two deep sea port projects to be built in the Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone (SEZ) on Myanmar’s western coastline.  The project is planned as a key port in the Bay of Bengal which will serve as a hub for energy and goods from India, the Middle East and Africa.
Germany donates money to aid war refugees
Mizzima | 10th December
The German government has awarded 1.38 million Euros through the WHH and Metta Development Foundation for humanitarian aid to people in Kachin and Shan states. Both states have large numbers of displaced people adversely effected by periodic clashes between ethnic armies and the government.

Deputy PM Thapa to visit UK, China
Himalayan News Service / The Himalayan Times | 11th December
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal Thapa is leaving for London next week to attend a function marking the bi-centennial of the diplomatic relations between Nepal and the United Kingdom. A source informed that Thapa would visit China right after his return from the UK.
UDMF agrees on allowing reconstruction bill’s passage
RSS / The Kathmandu Post | 10th December
The agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) on Thursday said it would back the passage of the Reconstruction Authority Bill in the parliament. The pledge to not hold any obstruction at the parliament was made during a joint meeting held at the Office of the Prime Minister at Singh Durbar among the ruling parties, main opposition and the Front.
Joint secys transferred
The Himalayan Times | 11th December
The Ministry of Home Affairs today transferred and reshuffled the responsibilities of nine joint secretaries.
Medicines worth over Rs 600 million confiscated from TIA
RSS / The Kathmandu Post | 10th December
The Customs Department has confiscated different medicines worth over Rs 600 million from the Tribhuvan International Airport store. These medicines were provided by different international helping hands for the quake survivors after the April 25 earthquake and several aftershocks.
Pakistan-India talks hinge on terrorism caveat
DAWN | 11th December
The Pakistan-India agreement on resumption of dialogue on bilateral disputes may have provided an opening for a thaw in an otherwise frosty relationship, but an inbuilt caveat and the unspoken subtext could make progress towards the start of talks challenging. A source privy to the negotiations and the drafting of the agreement noted that the commencement of the process was predicated on Pakistan fulfilling its commitment regarding the speedy conclusion of the trial of Mumbai attack suspects.
Lawmakers want Pakistan-India ‘understanding’ discussed in National Assembly
The News | 10th December
Opposition parties and Moulana Fazl-ur-Rehman on Thursday demanded of the government to take the National Assembly into confidence over what bilateral matters were agreed upon between Pakistan and India on the sidelines of ‘Heart of Asia conference’.
‘Fiat looking at Pakistan as next possible destination’
The Express Tribune | 11th December
Italian Ambassador to Pakistan Stefano Pontecorvo has given some hope to Pakistan consumers, saying Fiat is viewing Pakistan as “the next possible investment destination”.

Sri Lanka marks Human Rights Day with signing International Convention on Enforced Disappearances
Colombo Page | 10th December
In commemorating the Human Rights Day today, Sri Lanka will sign the International Convention on Enforced Disappearances, Foreign Affair Minister Mangala Samaraweera said.
Norwegian FM here next month for high level talks
Colombo Gazette |10th December
Norwegian Foreign Minister Børge Brende will be in the country during the first week of January, 2016 and will hold high level discussions to find out possible areas of cooperation between Norway and Sri Lanka, including trade and investment opportunities.
Sri Lanka must maintain progress on human rights-OPINION by David Daly – Ambassador of the EU to Sri Lanka
Colombo Gazette |10th December
The EU is based on the principles of democracy, the rule of law and human rights and it strives to respect the highest standards.

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OUE Singapore Slammers score a perfect 30 against Philippine Mavericks

OUE Singapore Slammers score a perfect 30 against Philippine Mavericks

Delhi, 11thDecember 2015:The OUE Singapore Slammers came out tops against the Philippine Mavericks as the Coca-Cola IPTL settled into the second day here in Delhi. The team was off to a terrific start, winning all their matches with aplomb and ending the evening with a 30-22 win over the Mavericks.

Match Summary:
  • In a hard fought match, the legends singles saw Moya getting the better of Philippoussis, winning the set 6-4
  • The mixed doubles pairing of Pliskova/Brown gave a superb fight to Gajdosova/Huey, drawing the set 5-5. The set saw 5 aces from the Slammers pair, ultimately winning it in the shoot-out to close the set 6-5
  • Rising star Belinda Bencic delivered yet another win for the Slammers against AjlaTomljanovic in just 25 minutes, in what was the shortest set of the evening, to win it 6-3
  • Men’s doubles saw some sensational tennis from Kyrgios/Melo matching stroke for stroke. Despite the shoot-out, it was their clever shot-making that won them the set 6-5 against Huey/Roger-Vasselin
  • Fired up with the previous set, both players took the court fully charged for the men’s singles. Kyrgios and Roger-Vasselin showcased superb tennis, with the Australian firing 10 aces against 2 from the Frenchman. Kyrgios finally won it in the shoot-out, to close the set 6-5 for his team

What the Players said:

Nick Kyrgios: “We had a great match today, winning all our sets. I love the IPTL, it’s a great format, and I really look forward to this time of the year. For me personally, it’s not difficult adjusting to the regular game when I go back on the tour. It’s just fine.”
On the year gone by and the year ahead, he added, “I’ve had a great year, played some fantastic tennis, made it deep in the Grand Slam draw which is great. I’m not really a bad boy. I am young and its fine. But I also feel I’ve matured a lot in this year. I’m looking forward to the next season, I’m competitive, I play to win … so whether it’s a game of chess or football, I play to win!”

Match Scores:

Day 2 | 11thDec’15
Match 15 | 4pm
Home TeamSCORE (GAMES)Away Team
Philippine Mavericks
Coach: Mark Philippoussis
2230OUE Singapore Slammers
Coach: Purav Raja
MEN’S LEGENDS SINGLESMark Philippoussis46Carlos Moya
MIXED DOUBLESGajdosova/Huey56Pliskova/Brown
WOMEN’S SINGLESAjlaTomljanovic36Belinda Bencic
MEN’S DOUBLESHuey/Roger-Vasselin56Krygios/Melo
MEN’S SINGLESRoger-Vasselin56Nick Krygios

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India and Japan signed several agreements

India and Japan today signed several agreements in the field of high speed rail, Defence Equipment and Technology security, infra, tech, education and economy.
The two countries also inked Memorandum of Understanding on civil nuclear energy.
The agreements were signed after the delegation level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in New Delhi.
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