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All England Open badminton: Sindhu enters semi-finals

In a quarter-final match, Sindhu beat Akane 16-21, 21-16, 21-19 in one hour and 16 minutes in the Super 1000 tournament.

Tokyo region’s state of emergency extended again

Suga made the decision to extend the state of emergency for Tokyo and the three surrounding prefectures of Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama at a meeting of the government's Covid-19 task force on Friday.

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa seeks 8 people for free Moon ride

In a video, Maezawa who is the founder of Japan's largest online fashion retailer Zozotown, said that he wants people from all backgrounds to join.

Nissan stays in red ink amid pandemic, Japan criminal trial

Nissan's sales have been recovering from the hit they took earlier this year, when the pandemic slammed supply and demand.

Saying goodbye to 2020 with elan

As the world battled the pandemic this year, we take a look at how the gaming industry industry fared

Black to basics

This holiday season, discover stylish ways to rock fashion's favourite shade

Amazon Alexa can now switch between more languages

To date, Alexa was able to respond in two languages as it received the ability to automatically respond to English and other languages last year.

Canon launches 2 new lenses in India

"With most 70-200mm lenses weighing 800g and measuring an average of 176mm in length, the L305 comes in a lighter and slimmer body that weighs 695 grams while achieving a 32 per cent reduction

Japan seeks to boost catch limits of prized bluefin tuna

The countries participating in management of the Pacific bluefin committed in 2017 to reducing their catches to help return the species to 20% of its historic size by 2034.

Strongest season for Indian and Southeast Asian art online

During the week 13 records were achieved and 13 lots exceeded $1m across all geographies of Asian art. Online sales continue through October 1.

PM Modi holds telephonic talks with outgoing Japanese PM Abe

PM Narendra Modi apprised Abe his intention to work closely with the new government of Japan and wished him the very best for the future

Google services restored for users around the world

"We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and continued support."

US trade panel opens probe into Apple for patent infringement

The USITC on Wednesday voted to institute an investigation of certain mobile electronic devices and laptop computers and identified "Apple Inc. of Cupertino, CA, as the respondent in this investigation".

Giant Olympic rings in Tokyo towed away for maintenance    

The 69-ton interlocking rings went up off the Odaiba bay area at the beginning of the year, as the city began the final countdown to the Summer Olympics.

80 percent nod in favour of education in regional languages

The government also pointed out that foreign language vocabulary should be updated in the textbooks and other printing materials.

Hitachi Vantara names ex-Cognizant executive Gajen Kandiah as CEO

"The opportunity to lead Hitachi Vantara is a thrilling one. I am confident that if we align our broad portfolio of data storage, analytics, industry-specific solutions and IT services."

More than half of Tokyo population against hosting Olympics

Though a few countries are emerging from the crisis, the residents of Tokyo are not in favour of conducting the Games.

Yadadri forest model planned Statewide

Officials are gearing up to build dense forest during the sixth Haritha Haram programme

Japan lifts coronavirus emergency in all remaining areas

Experts on a government-commissioned panel approved the lifting of the emergency in Tokyo

Fujifilm launches X-T4 mirrorless digital camera in India

Unveiled virtually on the company's YouTube channel amid Covid-19 restrictions, X-T4 is the first model in the X-T Series to feature in-body image stabilisation (IBIS), boosting the potential of the camera for stills and video shooting.

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