- Greenpeace to observe a month of Japanese tsunami Indo Asian News Service - IANS - Mon 11 Apr, 2011
New Delhi, April 11 (IANS) A candlelight vigil will be held Monday at India Gate in the city to mark one month of the earthquake-tsunami catastrophe that hit Japan.
- Japan's nuclear refugees confused by policy shifts ERIC TALMADGE - Associated Press - AP - Mon 11 Apr, 2011
- Tsunami warning lifted in quake-hit Japan Indo Asian News Service - IANS - Mon 11 Apr, 2011
Tokyo, April 11 (IANS) A tsunami alert that was sounded after a magnitude-7.1 quake jolted Japan Monday evening was later lifted as the magnitude was revised to 7.0, the Japan Meteorological Agency said. There have been no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
- Serbians rally to show support to quake-hit Japanese Indo Asian News Service - IANS - Mon 11 Apr, 2011
Belgrade, April 11 (IANS) Over 3,000 Serbians participated in a rally to express their support to the Japanese people who have been struggling with the consequences of devastating earthquake and tsunami for a month.
- Japanese protest against country's nuclear industry Indo Asian News Service - IANS - Sun 10 Apr, 2011
Tokyo, April 10 (IANS/Ria Novosti) Thousands of Japanese took to the streets Sunday to protest against the country's nuclear power industry after a devastating earthquake caused a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
- Back to work, with quake nightmares frozen in mind Pradipta Tapadar - IANS - Sun 10 Apr, 2011
Kolkata, April 10 (IANS) Chilling scenes of the homeless stranded on the streets fearing nuclear radiation still haunt Shoji Shiba, the Japanese professor who survived the twin disaster of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that struck his country.
Japan Tsunami Photos
FILE - This night aerial, June 24, 2014, file photo, shows the illuminated Arena Pantanal where Japan and Colombia met up for their group C World Cup soccer match, in Cuiaba, Brazil. Two documentaries recently screened in Brazil on 2015, argue that hosting the World Cup was detrimental to the South American powerhouse. Taxpayers, the films show, ended up stuck with the bill for stadiums that cost several times their initial estimates. Some were built in cities such as the remote agricultural capital of Cuiaba, which does not have a first-division soccer team. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana, File)