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Woman Medical Pioneers from India, Syria and Japan Who Traveled to Philadelphia in 1885

New Delhi, August 15, 2017: There is a remarkable archaic picture of some extraordinary medical students in Pennsylvania in 1885, who was featured on...

These 10 Weird Museums around the World will Certainly Amuse You!

August 5, 2017: Not every museum is about art, science, culture, and history, some of them show different sides of the world. A side...

The Story Behind the Rise of Emojis and their Family

The use of Emoji can be traced back to the language of the term; Japanese In the terminology, 'e' means picture while 'moji'...

Japanese Minimalist Movement: Why Less is More?

Zen Buddhism is promoting simplistic way of life Japanese people are being promoted to only keep just what they need People are focussing...

Communication of Coral Eating Starfish can save Coral Reefs: Scientists

The communication patterns of a species of starfish that feeds on coral The crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) species is one of the few...

Japan’s men-only Ancient Religious Site Okinoshima (Fukuoka) up for World Heritage status

Tokyo May 6, 2017: A Unesco advisory body has recommended adding Japan's island of Okinoshima, a men-only ancient religious site in Fukuoka prefecture, to its...

Nalanda University signs Memorandum of Understanding with Kanazawa University in Japan for Academic Collaboration

Patna, April 28, 2017: The Nalanda University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kanazawa University in Japan for academic collaboration, an official said on...

India becomes 3rd Largest Aviation Market in Domestic Passenger Traffic

New Delhi, March 26, 2017: India has beaten Japan to become the third largest aviation market in terms of domestic passenger traffic, an industry...

220,000 more Poultry culled in Japan due to an outbreak of bird flu that has reappeared since the end of 2016

Tokyo, March 24, 2017: Japanese authorities announced on Friday that some 220,000 more poultry were culled due to an outbreak of bird flu that has...

Japan commemorates 71st Anniversary of Hiroshima Nuclear Bombing on August 6

The Hiroshima bombing killed around 140,000 people- either instantly or from radiation burns in the immediate aftermath Another bomb was dropped on the...

Barbour Scholarship: An initiative to liberate Orient Women dates back to 1914

The idea behind the Barbour Scholarship was to liberate Orient women And to prevent international future conflicts The Scholarship was first awarded to...

Nihonium makes its way into The Periodic Table with 3 other Elements

Four new elements were discovered late last year, in 2015 and have been approved by IUPAC Nihonium is the first element to be...

Private Company Requests for U.S. Clearance to Fly to Moon

U.S. government agencies are working on temporary provisions to allow a private company to land a spacecraft on the moon next year This...

World Record: Meet the 96 year-old Shigemi Hirata, World’s Oldest College Graduate of Japan

Hirata was born in Hiroshima on 1 September, 1919 and has four great-grandchildren He served in the navy during the Second World War...

Diplomacy sneaks in as Countries find new ways to stand Up to China

Nations including Japan, India, France and Vietnam joined calls for greater respect for international law to resolve worsening tensions over the South China...

Hunt Continues for a 7-year-old boy left in the Japanese Forest as a punishment by Parents

7-year-old Yamato was left as a punishment in the forest The boy disappeared in the mountains of Hokkaido, Japan  180 police officer and firefighter are...

Debate on morality regarding Barack Obama’s Historic Visit to Hiroshima

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTVH4JevrdI HANOI- During what may be his last tour of Asia, President Barack Obama will make history as the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima,...

Cameroonians are opting farming to stay away from Boko Haram

Cameroon is a neighboring country of Nigeria. Boko Haram -an Islamic terrorist organization -has wreaked havoc in Nigeria and is spilling over to other...

After the historic journey, Solar plane lands in Dayton, Ohio

By Chris Michaud (Reuters) - An experimental airplane powered solely by energy from the sun landed in Ohio on Saturday night on the latest leg...

India and Japan get closer as China flexes its muscles

Beijing's assertive moves in the South China Sea and beyond have definitely set the cat among the pigeons and led to many nations in...

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