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Red carpet, not red tape, awaits you: Modi to Japanese investors
Tokyo, September 2
PM Narendra Modi deliveres a lecture at the University of Sacred Heart in Tokyo on TuesdayA day after Japan pledged $35 bn investment, PM Narendra Modi today pitched for India as a manufacturing destination, inviting investors to the country.
PM Narendra Modi deliveres a lecture at the University of Sacred Heart in Tokyo on Tuesday. PTI

India Inc cheers $34 billion investment pact with Japan
New Delhi, September 2
India Inc is enthused by the outcome of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Japan and the proposed investments of $35 billion, which it feels will give a boost to investments, clean energy, smart cities, FDI and infrastructure.


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3 JeM militants killed in J-K gunfight
Srinagar/Pulwama,  September 2
Army jawans at the scene of the encounter at Hanjan village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama districtThree militants, including one of the last surviving commanders of the JeM outfit, were killed in a counter-
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Army jawans at the scene of the encounter at Hanjan village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district. Photo: Yawar Kabli

Pak Parliament backs Sharif, slams Imran-Qadri protests
Imran Khan and Tahir ul-Qadri’s supporters try to remove a container near Parliament in Islamabad on TuesdayPM Nawaz Sharif Tuesday got the backing of Parliament with leaders of most parties urging to take strong action against protesters.
Imran Khan and Tahir ul-Qadri’s supporters try to remove a container near Parliament in Islamabad on Tuesday. AFP

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SAD, BJP ministers spar as Punjab Cabinet gives go-ahead to new mining policy
Chandigarh, September 2
Punjab Agriculture Minister Tota Singh (SAD) and Industries Minister Madan Mohan Mittal (BJP) were reportedly at daggers drawn while the new mining policy was being discussed during the Cabinet meeting today.

Regulator cancels 998 seats in Himachal private varsities
Solan, September 2
HP Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Commission today cancelled 998 seats of private universities following their failure to recruit adequate faculty vis-à-vis the student strength and arrange requisite infrastructure.

India take Test revenge with thumping ODI series win
London, September 2
Ajinkya Rahane celebrates his ton during the fourth ODI against England in BirminghamIndia's Shikhar Dhawan smashed a six to seal a crushing nine-wicket victory over hapless England in the fourth one-day international.
Ajinkya Rahane celebrates his ton during the fourth ODI against England in Birmingham. AFP

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