Japanese 5G Researchers Achieve Breakthrough 100Gbps Wireless Internet


Japanese Researchers work on 5G speed Internet SpeedJNN 14 Feb 2016 Tokyo : Japanese researchers have succeeded in developing a super-fast 100Gbps wireless internet network to rival fibre optic broadband speeds by using terahertz radio transmitters. Researchers from Hiroshima University, Panasonic and Japan’s National Institute of Information and Communications Technology have developed a radio transmitter operating in the sub millimetre terahertz frequency range that is able to carry high speed data connections over multiple channels. Continue reading

World Welcomes 2016 with Lavish New Year Celebrations & Fireworks


New Year Celebration @ Arc de Triomphe on the Champs Elysees Avenue in Paris, France 2016JNN O1 Jan 2016 London : New Year’s Eve celebrations have kicked off with lavish fireworks displays as people around the world usher in 2016. However, some cities remain on high alert in the wake of terror threats. Continue reading

McDonald Using Sub Standard Meat in Pakistan , China and Japan


McDonald Using Sub Standard Meat in PakistanJNN 07 Jan 2015 LAHORE: A PML-N Punjab Assembly member has revealed that a multinational food chain, McDonalds, imported 71 tonnes of substandard meat into Pakistan and some multinational companies earned $230 million in the country and sent it abroad. Continue reading

China Signs 30-year Deal for Russian Natural Gas , worth US$400 Billion


China Russia Sign Natural Gas Deal , Worth US$400 BillionJNN 23 May 2014 SHANGHAI — China signed a landmark $400 billion deal Wednesday to buy natural gas from Russia, binding Moscow more closely to Beijing at a time when President Vladimir Putin’s relations with the West have deteriorated to the lowest point ever. Continue reading

Tokyo wants to boost Muslim Tourism By Relaxing Visa Restrictions & making Airports Muslim Friendly


Muslim Friendly Airports in JapanJNN 29 Dec 2013 Tokyo : International airports in Japan are striving to become friendlier to Muslims amid a steep increase in visitors from the Islamic world following the Japanese government’s relaxation of regulations for issuing visas. Continue reading

As Japan’s Debt crosses new Barriers , No hope for Economic Revival


 

Japan's Rising DebtJNN 12 Aug 2013 Tokyo : Japan’s national debt exceeded 1,000 trillion yen, or $10.46 trillion, for the first time. It’s now well above 200% of the country’s GDP and is larger than that of Germany, France and the UK combined. Continue reading

Japanese politician defends WWII ‘comfort women’ sex slavery


Japanese Opposition Leader Toru HashimotoJNN 16 May 2013 Hiroshima : The proximity of the battlefield gave rise to the ‘comfort women’ system on Japanese-occupied territories in the 1930s, according a Japanese politician. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese and Korean women were forced into sex slavery at the time. Continue reading

World Famous Japanese Wrestler & WWF Champion Antonio Inoki embraces Islam


ALI INOKIJNN 28 Dec 2012 ISLAMABAD:   Prominent Japanese Wrestler and also the Previous champion of the United States’ professional wrestling, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), Antonio Inoki has converted to Islam.  Continue reading

US & West Undue Pressure on Iran’s Peaceful Atomic Energy Plan has Bounced Back as Energy Crisis for the World


JNN 24 Mar 2012  Washington : US President Barack Obama admits uncertainty in the Middle East in addition to the ongoing tension with Iran has increased oil prices by USD 20-30 per barrel in international markets. Continue reading

Japan Hit By a Small tsunami again after 6.9 Earth quake


JNN 15 Mar 2012 Tokyo : A small tsunami hit Japan’s northeastern coastline on Wednesday, officials said, after a strong earthquake rocked the region almost exactly a year on from the country’s worst post-war natural disaster. Continue reading

Japan's Nuclear Plant Blast leaves Pacific Ocean with High Radiation level


JNN 26 Mar 2011 : Tremendously high levels of radioactive iodine have been detected in Pacific Ocean waters near Japan’s disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear plant, fueling already growing concerns over a possible nuclear catastrophe in the Asian country. Continue reading

Japan’s Nuclear Plant Blast leaves Pacific Ocean with High Radiation level


JNN 26 Mar 2011 : Tremendously high levels of radioactive iodine have been detected in Pacific Ocean waters near Japan’s disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear plant, fueling already growing concerns over a possible nuclear catastrophe in the Asian country. Continue reading

After Earth Quake , Tsunami, Atomic Power Plant Blast , Now Volcano Eruption in Japan ,More than 2000 Dead


JNN 13 Mar 2011 : Japan is these days the center of Natural Disasters , as One of the Biggest Earth Quake which has  shaken whole of the Japan , rather devastated it completely , but it not only settled here , as a result of Massive Earthquake Tsunami Erupted , which created further Havoc in devastated country , and this is not all , as due to Earth quake and Tsunami , the Atomic reactors in 2 Atomic Power Generation Plants Blasted , while third is in a critical condition, and above all the Volcano in the South Western Japan started Erupting Lava and smoke to give rise for another disaster on the way. Continue reading

Chinese Renminbi launches economic war against US Dollar


JNN 05 Mar 2011 : In a surprising turn of events, today’s biggest piece of news received a mere two paragraph blurb on Reuters, and was thoroughly ignored by the broader media. An announcement appeared shortly after midnight on the website of the People’s Bank of China. Continue reading

Anti-US governor wins Okinawa poll


 

JNN 23 Dec 2010 : The Japanese on the southern Island of Okinawa have re-elected incumbent governor Hirokazu Nakaima, who wants an end to the American military presence.

Nakaima, who wants the US base off Okinawa altogether, beat his opponent who agreed to relocate the base to a less crowded area on the island.

In May, Tokyo and Washington agreed to implement a 2006 plan to relocate the Futenma airbase to a less crowded area in Okinawa.

The move infuriated local residents, who view the base as a source of noise, pollution and serious crime –including rape.

Futenma hosts about half the US troops in Japan and the row over this airbase has been giving new headaches to Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan.

The development comes after his Democratic Party lost an upper house election in August.

Kan’s predecessor Yukio Hatoyama had to resign after he failed to keep his election campaign promise to remove the base off Okinawa.

Futenma has provoked a wave of anger in the country, with the nation demanding a complete removal of the airbase, which has been under US command since the end of World War II, off Okinawa.

Japanese people have been urging their government to remove US military installations from the country altogether.

Tens of thousands of people have held several rallies against the American military engagement in the country over the past months.

 

'Russia claims its power , It disrupts US-Japan war games'


 

JNN 09 Dec 2010 : Russian jet fighters flying over the Sea of Japan have reportedly forced the US and Japanese military to halt their ongoing joint war games in the region.

According to Japanese officials, the incident took place on Monday when the US and Japanese fighter jets staged dogfight drills over the Sea of Japan.

“It is a fact that as part of the continuing Japan-US joint exercises, there was training taking place in the Sea of Japan on the sixth of this month,” Japanese government spokesman Yoshito Sengoku was quoted as saying by state-run BBC.

Russian authorities confirmed that the jets were flying above the Sea near the drills site.

“The aircraft carried out a planned flight in an area of the Russian Pacific Fleet’s regular activity,” a Russian military spokesman, Roman Markov, said.

“Our pilots did not violate any rules of international airspace.”

Moscow and Tokyo have recently locked horns over a disputed island chain they both claim.

The archipelago of some 56 islands, which are home to about 19,000 people, has been controlled by Moscow since it was seized by Soviet troops in 1945.

The incident comes as the top US and South Korean military officials have announced plans to hold more joint military exercises.

US Admiral Mike Mullen and South Korea’s General Han Min-koo held talks on the Korean peninsula in Seoul on Wednesday.

Both military officials described North Korea’s recent attack on Yeonpyeong Island as deliberate and illegal. During the meeting, Mullen gave reassurances of Washington’s commitment to defend South Korea.

Tensions are high on the Korean peninsula after last month’s deadly clash between South and North Korean forces along the Koreas’ disputed sea borders.

The fighting left four South Koreans dead with each side blaming the other for initiating the fighting.

North Korea has warned that the war games could bring the Koreas closer to the brink of war.

Pyongyang accuses US President Barack Obama of plotting with regional allies to topple the country’s government, insisting that its nuclear program is a deterrent against US forces in the region.

 

‘Russia claims its power , It disrupts US-Japan war games’


 

JNN 09 Dec 2010 : Russian jet fighters flying over the Sea of Japan have reportedly forced the US and Japanese military to halt their ongoing joint war games in the region.

According to Japanese officials, the incident took place on Monday when the US and Japanese fighter jets staged dogfight drills over the Sea of Japan.

“It is a fact that as part of the continuing Japan-US joint exercises, there was training taking place in the Sea of Japan on the sixth of this month,” Japanese government spokesman Yoshito Sengoku was quoted as saying by state-run BBC.

Russian authorities confirmed that the jets were flying above the Sea near the drills site.

“The aircraft carried out a planned flight in an area of the Russian Pacific Fleet’s regular activity,” a Russian military spokesman, Roman Markov, said.

“Our pilots did not violate any rules of international airspace.”

Moscow and Tokyo have recently locked horns over a disputed island chain they both claim.

The archipelago of some 56 islands, which are home to about 19,000 people, has been controlled by Moscow since it was seized by Soviet troops in 1945.

The incident comes as the top US and South Korean military officials have announced plans to hold more joint military exercises.

US Admiral Mike Mullen and South Korea’s General Han Min-koo held talks on the Korean peninsula in Seoul on Wednesday.

Both military officials described North Korea’s recent attack on Yeonpyeong Island as deliberate and illegal. During the meeting, Mullen gave reassurances of Washington’s commitment to defend South Korea.

Tensions are high on the Korean peninsula after last month’s deadly clash between South and North Korean forces along the Koreas’ disputed sea borders.

The fighting left four South Koreans dead with each side blaming the other for initiating the fighting.

North Korea has warned that the war games could bring the Koreas closer to the brink of war.

Pyongyang accuses US President Barack Obama of plotting with regional allies to topple the country’s government, insisting that its nuclear program is a deterrent against US forces in the region.