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Japanese scriptwriter Sugako Hashida, famous for hit drama 'Oshin,' dies at 95(Twitter/BoekenWebsiteNL/doramaworld)

Japanese scriptwriter Sugako Hashida, famous for hit drama 'Oshin,' dies at 95

AP |
UPDATED ON APR 06, 2021 09:56 AM IST
  • Japanese scriptwriter Sugako Hashida dies of lymphoma at 95. Apart from writing the script of the internationally popular TV drama series 'Oshin' and other popular dramas, she wrote a book asking for the right to die in dignity and according to her request, there will be no funeral.
Here's how you can learn arts of the samurai on Zoom calls(Twitter/chimran55)
Here's how you can learn arts of the samurai on Zoom calls(Twitter/chimran55)

Here's how you can learn arts of the samurai on Zoom calls

Reuters |
UPDATED ON APR 06, 2021 09:38 AM IST
As Tokyo Olympics ban foreign spectators, Bugaku or 'warrior dance' switches to online classes on Zoom calls. Bugaku is a performance art that combines the styles of samurai sword play with the song and dance of classical Japanese drama.
Representative(HT File)
Representative(HT File)

Children of this govt school in Maharashtra village speak Japanese, interested in robotics

Aurangabad | By Press Trust of India| Posted by Nandini
PUBLISHED ON AUG 14, 2020 10:15 AM IST
Despite having no proper course material and professional guidance for teaching Japanese, the school administration managed to gather information from videos and translation applications on the Internet, he said.
New Delhi, April 13 (ANI): Personnel uses a thermal screening device on a driver at the entrance of Shastri Bhawan as central government offices have resumed working during the ongoing nationwide lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic.(ANI)
New Delhi, April 13 (ANI): Personnel uses a thermal screening device on a driver at the entrance of Shastri Bhawan as central government offices have resumed working during the ongoing nationwide lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic.(ANI)

Covid lockdown: Indians, Japanese most nervous about reopening

Bloomberg | By Ben Schott
PUBLISHED ON MAY 05, 2020 03:35 PM IST
Data from an Ipsos survey of 14 countries indicate that only in four countries (China, India, Italy, Russia) does a majority favor restarting the economy with Covid-19 still uncontained.
Izumi in Bandra serves up fantastic grilled chicken skewers with leek in togarashi butter. And does a tuna carpaccio with truffle ponzu sauce so good, I had wolfed it down before I realised it was fish.
Izumi in Bandra serves up fantastic grilled chicken skewers with leek in togarashi butter. And does a tuna carpaccio with truffle ponzu sauce so good, I had wolfed it down before I realised it was fish.

Japanese food: My journey from fear to fondness

Hindustan Times | By Kunal Vijayakar
PUBLISHED ON JUL 19, 2019 07:55 PM IST
‘It’s a tricky cuisine for me to navigate, since I‘m a fan of neither seafood nor sushi. I’ve found delight in it nonetheless,’ says Kunal Vijayakar.
Kaname Tomiyasu during a dance performance in Gurugram.(HT Photo)
Kaname Tomiyasu during a dance performance in Gurugram.(HT Photo)

Japanese women make Gurugram their home, turn pros at Bharatnatyam

Hindustan Times, Gurugram | By Kankana Roy Jain, Gurugram
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2018 04:55 AM IST
Gurugram and parts of Delhi have a vibrant and thriving Japanese population. The large number of Japanese women opting to learn Bharatnatyam is a microcosmic effect of the greater assimilation of these two cultures
These free-of-charge apps will help you pick up the basics of different languages.(Shutterstock)
These free-of-charge apps will help you pick up the basics of different languages.(Shutterstock)

5 free apps to learn new languages, from French to Japanese

Asian News International, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 29, 2018 11:17 AM IST
Learning new languages can be fun and challenging. It also makes you a better communicator when you travel abroad. Here are 5 ways to pick up popular languages.
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