Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe held meeting today in Tokyo, on the third day of Modi's visit to the second largest Asian economy. Both the nations called it dawn of a new era in India - Japan relations while elevating the relationship to a Special Strategic and Global Partnership.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Tokyo today after visiting Kyoto and getting signed a pact between the two nations which will help in development of India's religious and cultural capital Varanasi on the lines of Kyoto.
Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has earned a ranking of eight out of 10 in an India Inc. survey done by ASSOCHAM just ahead of completion of 100 days in office with top corporate leaders finding a marked difference in style of functioning of the government with a strong focus on accountability, execution with ear-to-ground approach in a business-friendly manner.
The people of Varanasi are apparently not regretting their decision to back Narendra Modi from their constituency. The Prime Minister's own constituency gets a major boost in his recent trip to Japan after the two countries sign a pact to give Varanasi a face lift like the Japanese city Kyoto.