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By NewsGram Staff Writer

Japanese government today revealed the names of 85 foreign recipients of Spring Imperial Decorations. The honors include four Indians, including leading scientist, C.N.R. Rao, and former principal secretary to Prime Minister T.K.A. Nair.

The Order of the Rising Sun is awarded for to those who have made remarkable contributions in the fields of international relations, promotion of Japanese culture, development in welfare or preservation of the environment.

A Japanese embassy release said that the presentation ceremony will be held at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on May 8, when the foreign recipients will be given an audience with the Emperor of Japan.

Rao, who is also a Bharat Ratna recipient, would be awarded with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star for his “contribution to promoting academic interchange and mutual understanding in science and technology between Japan and India”.

Nair would be honored with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star for his “contribution to the enhancement of relations and the promotion of friendship between Japan and India.”

President of Indo-Japanese Association, Mumbai, Nikunj Parekh, would be conferred the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays, for his input in the promotion and presentation of Japanese Culture in India.

The top Japanese honor for a contribution in the activities of the Japanese overseas establishment will be given to Topgay Bhutia, a former Japanese embassy employee in India.

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Xiaomi Confirms the Plans to Enter Japan in 2020: Report

Xiaomi hadn't revealed what products it would bring to Sweden, but the event page included the text "Smart Life Made Simple", which hinted at the company launching smart home products

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Xiaomi devices include Xiaomi smartphones, Mi TVs, Mi ecosystem and accessory products that were sold across mi.com, Mi Home, Flipkart, Amazon and offline partner stores. Wikimedia Commons

Wang Xiang, head of Xiaomi’s international operations, disclosed the company is set to enter Japan next year with high-performance smartphones offering at lower prices.

Wang said Xiaomi eventually hopes to partner with wireless carriers, the main distributors for phones in Japan, though he did not mention any specific names, Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday.

Initially the products will be available exclusively through the company’s own sales channels, including online.

During the interactive media session, Wang also tried address data-privacy concerns surrounding Chinese companies.

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The highest demand among people was for of smartphones, followed by Mi ecosystem devices, accessories and Mi TVs. Wikimedia Commons

“We cooperate with … Google. We have a track record of respecting personal data protection rules in Europe, and we’ll do the same in Japan”, he said.

Additionally, Xiaomi is also set to make its debut in Sweden soon.

Also Read: Microsoft Gets Back with Nokia After a Failed $7 Billion Smartphone Deal

The smartphone player will hold an event in central Stockholm, Sweden, on November 13, which will kick off at 1 p.m. (local time).

Xiaomi hadn’t revealed what products it would bring to Sweden, but the event page included the text “Smart Life Made Simple”, which hinted at the company launching smart home products. (IANS)

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