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Japan issues warning about power supply amidst heatwave

Japan issues warning about power supply amidst heatwave

Tokyo: The Japanese government issued a warning on Monday to the people of the Tokyo region about power shortages, urging people to conserve energy as much as possible as the country has been passing through an intense heatwave. The earliest end to the annual summer rainy season, according to weather

World’s oldest person, Kane Tanaka, dies at 119 in Japan

World’s oldest person, Kane Tanaka, dies at 119 in Japan

Tokyo: Kane Tanaka, who was thought to be the world’s oldest person, died on Monday at the age of 119, according to national broadcaster. Tanaka, who was born on January 2, 1903, the year of the Wright Brothers’ first controlled flight of their motor-driven aeroplane, was verified as the world’s oldest

India thrash Japan 6-0 in Asian Champions Trophy men’s hockey tournament

India thrash Japan 6-0 in Asian Champions Trophy men’s hockey tournament

Defending champions India crushed Japan 6-0 to remain unbeaten in the round-robin stage of the Asian Champions Trophy men’s hockey tournament here on Sunday. Harmanpreet Singh (10th and 53rd minute) scored a brace, while Dilpreet Singh (23rd), Jaramnpreet Singh (34th), Sumit (46th) and Shamsher Singh (54th) also registered their names

US joins in first-ever Quad summit, Prez Biden convenes upcoming conference

US joins in first-ever Quad summit, Prez Biden convenes upcoming conference

Washington: The White House on Wednesday claimed of elevating the Quad, which is comprised of India, the US, Australia and Japan, to a first summit-level meeting, an American initiative as it has been convened by President Joe Biden. Newly elected US president Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Australia’s Prime