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PM Modi to attend Quad summit in Tokyo next week

IndiaTimes Thursday, 19 May 2022
Prime Minister narendra Modi will travel to Japan to participate in the Quad summit on May 24. Officially announcing the visit, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that PM Modi will have bilaterals with Quad leaders- Japan PM Fumio Kishida, Australia PM Scott Morrison and US President Joe Biden.
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Narendra Modi Narendra Modi 14th Prime Minister of India

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Germany on Sunday to a warm welcome from the Indian Diaspora. Modi will be attending the G-7 summit. #PMModi #ModiinGermany #G7summit

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Tokyo Tokyo Capital and largest city of Japan

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The Most Expensive Cities in the World for 2022

The Most Expensive Cities , in the World for 2022. CNN reports that Hong Kong has once again been named the world's most expensive city. According to global mobility company ECA International, this is the third year in a row that Hong Kong has topped the list. . The list is calculated based on several factors, including the average price of household staples, rent, utilities, public transit and the strength of local currency. The list is calculated based on several factors, including the average price of household staples, rent, utilities, public transit and the strength of local currency. CNN reports that Asia is clearly the most expensive continent, with Hong Kong, Tokyo, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Seoul all earning spots in the ECA's top 10. CNN reports that Asia is clearly the most expensive continent, with Hong Kong, Tokyo, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Seoul all earning spots in the ECA's top 10. The majority of the mainland Chinese cities in our rankings have higher rates of inflation than we are used to seeing, but they are still typically lower than elsewhere in Asia, Lee Quane, ECA's regional director for Asia, via CNN. The majority of the mainland Chinese cities in our rankings have higher rates of inflation than we are used to seeing, but they are still typically lower than elsewhere in Asia, Lee Quane, ECA's regional director for Asia, via CNN. Therefore, the main reason for their rise in the rankings has been the continued strength of the Chinese yuan against other major currencies, Lee Quane, ECA's regional director for Asia, via CNN. Therefore, the main reason for their rise in the rankings has been the continued strength of the Chinese yuan against other major currencies, Lee Quane, ECA's regional director for Asia, via CNN. Meanwhile, several major cities in the EU were ranked lower than in previous years. Paris, Madrid, Rome and Brussels all saw their overall cost of living drop. Paris, Madrid, Rome and Brussels all saw their overall cost of living drop. Nearly every major Eurozone city saw a drop in the rankings this year as the euro performed worse in the last 12 months than the U.S. dollar and British pound, Lee Quane, ECA's regional director for Asia, via CNN. Geneva and Switzerland came in third place after New York and Hong Kong as the world's most expensive cities. London, Tel Aviv and Zurich rounded out the rest of the ECA's top 10 most expensive cities in the world. . London, Tel Aviv and Zurich rounded out the rest of the ECA's top 10 most expensive cities in the world.

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QUAD all set to launch Maritime Initiative to track 'dark shipping' in Indo-Pacific | OneIndia News [Video]

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Leaders of the QUAD member nations are in Tokyo for the summit and among the many decisions taken at the Tokyo Summit, the leaders have agreed to launch a maritime security initiative. This initiative is expected to allow the member countries to monitor illegal fishing, track "dark shipping" and other tactical-level activities in the Indo-Pacific region. #QUAD #Tokyo #DarkShipping

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US Would Respond 'Militarily' If China Attacked Taiwan, , Biden Says. President Joe Biden made the remarks while in Tokyo on May 23 during a news conference. Biden was asked if he was "willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that?". Yes. That’s the commitment we made, President Joe Biden, via CNN. We agree with the One China policy. We signed on to it, and all the attendant agreements made from there, President Joe Biden, via CNN. ... but the idea that it can be taken by force, just taken by force, is [just not] appropriate, President Joe Biden, via CNN. The White House quickly attempted to frame the President's remarks as consistent with known U.S. policy. As the President said, our policy has not changed. He reiterated our One China policy and our commitment to peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, Unnamed White House Official, via CNN. He also reiterated our commitment under the Taiwan Relations Act to provide Taiwan with the military means to defend itself, Unnamed White House Official, via CNN. China responded, articulating its "strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition" to Biden's statements. . On issues concerning China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and other core interests, there is no room for compromise, Wang Wenbin, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman, via CNN. We urged the US side to earnestly follow the One China principle … be cautious in words and deeds on the Taiwan issue, Wang Wenbin, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, via CNN. Biden clarified that the U.S. stance is to support One China, but that support does not extend to aggression from China. We support the One China policy [...] but that does not mean [...] that China has the [...] jurisdiction to go in and use force to take over Taiwan, President Joe Biden, via CNN. A spokesperson the the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taiwan welcomed Biden's comments. [Taiwan] expresses sincere welcome and gratitude to President Biden and the United States government for reiterating its rock solid commitment to Taiwan, Joanne Ou, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson, via CNN

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PM Modi interact with Japanese kids in Hindi, asks 'Where Did You Learn It?' | OneIndia News [Video]

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PM Modi received a warm welcome in Tokyo as the Prime Minister reached the country on Monday to begin his two-day visit to Japan for the QUAD Summit. A few months back, when PM Modi visited Berlin, he received a warm welcome by the Indian diaspora in the country and interacted with kids as well where Indian-origin kids could be seen singing for PM Modi and offering him gifts in the videos that surfaced,. One again, videos of PM Modi's interaction with Japanese kids has gone viral on social media. #PMModi #JapanVisit #Live

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Scott Morrison Scott Morrison Prime Minister of Australia from 2018 to 2022

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Joe Biden Joe Biden President of the United States since 2021

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Ministry of External Affairs (India) Ministry of External Affairs (India) India's Foreign Ministry

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Fumio Kishida Fumio Kishida Prime Minister of Japan since 2021

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Japan To Ease COVID Restrictions, Allow Limited Foreign Tourism

Japan To Ease COVID Restrictions, , Allow Limited Foreign Tourism. In June, Japan will allow foreign tourists to visit the country for the first time since tight pandemic travel restrictions were imposed two years ago. The Associated Press reports that Japan's prime minister said that only visitors who sign up for package tours will be allowed to enter at first. The Associated Press reports that Japan's prime minister said that only visitors who sign up for package tours will be allowed to enter at first. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said that Japan will allow tours with fixed schedules and guides beginning on June 10. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said that Japan will allow tours with fixed schedules and guides beginning on June 10. This week, Japan will begin hosting small, experimental package tours from Australia, Singapore, Thailand and the United States. AP reports that the experiment will only involve about 50 people who were granted special visas. . Japan currently allows up to 10,000 Japanese citizens, foreign students and some business travelers to enter the country each day. Japan currently allows up to 10,000 Japanese citizens, foreign students and some business travelers to enter the country each day. On June 1, that cap will double to 20,000 a day, which will include tourists with package tours. Makoto Shimoaraiso, a Cabinet official in charge of pandemic measures, said that it will be some time before individual tourism is permitted. In 2020, foreign tourist arrivals in Japan were cut by over 90%, nearly wiping out the $31 billion tourism market prior to the pandemic. . Japan's prime minister said that the government plans to remain in line with other Group of Seven industrialized nations and slowly ease pandemic-related restrictions. Japan's prime minister said that the government plans to remain in line with other Group of Seven industrialized nations and slowly ease pandemic-related restrictions

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