Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh was given a traditional welcome when he landed in Tokyo on a four-day state visit to Japan on December 13.
Cooperation in civil nuclear energy and comprehensive economic engagement will be high on Dr Singh's agenda.
A number of new FDI ventures are on the anvil in petrochemicals, automobiles, auto components, pharmaceuticals and the financial sector.
In Tokyo, Dr Singh will hold talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on a wide range of issues. He will also meet the Japanese emperor and have the honour of addressing the joint session of Japanese Parliament.
Image: Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh is greeted by children during a welcome ceremony in Tokyo on December 13.
Photograph courtesy: PIB
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