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For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Tokyo | Published: February 27 2015 12:21 pm Britain’s Prince William center talks people during his visit at Yokohama War Cemetery in Yokohama near Tokyo Friday Feb 27 2015 William is on his first visit to Japan (Source: AP) Top News Britain’s Prince William on his second day of his four-day trip to Japan is having tea Friday with Crown Prince Naruhito Both princes may be equally charming but it is no contest which one is seen as more approachable Members of the Japanese imperial family lead a highly cloistered life guarded by the moat-surrounded stone walls of the palace Their media coverage is just as tightly orchestrated and controlled And that has created a respectful distance between the family and the general public Don’t count on regular Japanese clamoring to get the same dress or jewelry spotted on Naruhito’s wife Masako the same way many around the world do for Kate’s Comments from the family are few and far between — sometimes in a poem issued here a speech while waving behind bullet-proof glass on a balcony there Crowds have appeared for William 32 waving to him snapping cell-phone photos and eager to shake his hand “Compared to Japanese royalty he is so friendly” said Naoyuki Tajima who is overseeing an exhibit about British technology and culture in Tokyo where William is scheduled to visit Tabloid-type gossip rampant for the British royals is taboo for their counterparts in Japan Part of it is caused by the general docility of the mainstream media here But much of it is the prevalent social sentiments about seeing the Imperial Household as shrouded in secrecy Until Japan’s defeat at the end of World War II in 1945 the emperor was seen as divine No one believes that today but that hasn’t changed the deeply rooted view they aren’t really regular folks Ingrid Seward editor in chief for Majesty Magazine a London-based monthly that covers European royalty said the Japanese Emperor and his family could become more of a plus for the country’s image by “modernizing” and becoming more visible William wins praise for his views on the environment and symbolizes “hope for the monarchy of the future” she said “They should take a look at Prince William and how he responds to the people he meets and how he is able to talk to the crowd like his mother did before him” she said referring to Diana On Friday William laid a wreath at a cemetery in Yokohama near Tokyo where British Australian Indian and other Commonwealth servicemen are buried who died in Japan as prisoners of war or with the occupying forces after the war His mother visited the same cemetery when she visited Japan He is scheduled to visit northeastern Japan devastated by the 2011 tsunami and earthquake which left tens of thousands of people homeless and killed nearly 19000 people Robert Dujarric a professor at the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies of Temple University in Tokyo believes the princes’ differing status stems from the contrasting historical backgrounds as well as the more powerful and independent political role the British monarchy plays today compared to Japan’s “Over recent decades many members of the House of Windsor though not the Queen herself have received the same treatment as actors soap opera personalities” he said The interaction among William and the popular Kate with the public contrasts sharply with Japanese royal family whose activities are governed by the Imperial Household Agency But the agency has been criticized for isolating them from the public and for imposing traditions that some see as outdated For example the Harvard- and Oxford-educated Masako — only the second commoner to wed into the imperial family after her mother-in-law Empress Michiko — used to be a fashionable career diplomat As soon as she married in 1993 she fell out of touch with trendy looks and has also been largely kept out of public view Masako 51 has suffered bouts of depression for the last decade a sickness the Imperial Household Agency acknowledges is stress-related and the public speculates is the sign of the toll her insular and rigid life has taken No wonder William is for Japanese a prince closer to the people than their own “He is cool and handsome And very tall” exclaimed Akane Ebihara an employee of the Tokyo Fire Department after shaking hands with William as he passed by with his entourage Asked by a reporter about his receding hairline she vehemently denied that was a drawback “Oh no No problem” she said “His smile is good His hand was very warm” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: December 22 2016 8:02 am Candles burn at a Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin Germany December 20 2016 to commemorate the 12 victims of a truck that ploughed into the crowded market (File Photo) Top News In the wake of the Berlin truck attack police departments around the US are making a show of force at places where crowds gather at Christmas time In New York City police dispatched heavily-armed counter terrorism officers to stand guard at crowded pop-up Christmas markets in Union Square Bryant Park and Columbus Circle only an hour after news broke Tuesday about the carnage in Berlin where a stolen truck slammed into a crowd and killed 12 people Watch What Else Is Making News The police department also has a program to encourage truck rental companies to report any suspicious interactions with people wanting to rent vehicles that might be used in an attack Mayor Bill de Blasio called the precautions “a very sad reality” In Chicago police parked their vehicles diagonally at the corners of Daley Plaza to block any vehicle access to a Christmas market there In San Francisco motorcycle and mounted horse units were patrolling in high-traffic shopping areas Frieder Frotscher who owns a stand that sells German steins has made the trip to the Chicago market from Sachsen Germany for the past 21 years He said he never considered closing after what happened Monday “I see all the increased security” he said “If we don’t come that means we would have reached the decision that they (terrorists) want” In New York a Columbus Circle vendor said he wasn’t thinking about the attack in Berlin “If something happens like that it could happen anywhere” said Armand Altan 40 “We are open There is no X-ray cameras or security checking everybody Someone could walk inside with the vest or with the backpack you don’t know So if we think like this we shouldn’t go outside from the home” Big cities have been fortifying sidewalks since the September 11 attacks installing bollards and concrete planters designed to prevent vehicles from driving into pedestrians or the side of a building Parts of Times Square and a two-block stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House have been closed to traffic for years partly as a precaution against car bombs Other cities added new measures against truck attacks after a man drove a rented refrigerated truck weighing about 20 tons into a crowd in Nice France in July killing 86 people Law enforcement in Los Angeles for example has been placing rows of two to three cars or other large equipment in front of large event entrances including two massive parades this year in West Hollywood said Scott Edson chief of the special operations division of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Published: January 8 2017 7:41 am French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian (C) listens to a soldier who explains a security mission the day before New Year’s eve celebrations in Paris France December 30 2016 REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen Top News France is no less vulnerable than the United States to cyber attacks from foreign countries and the French military will boost its resources to defend against them the French defence minister said on Sunday In an interview with French weekly Le Journal du Dimanche Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said there is a real risk of cyber attacks on French civil infrastructure such as water electricity telecommunications and transport as well as against French democracy and the media Watch What Else Is Making News US intelligence agencies said in a report released on Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had directed a cyber campaign to help Republican Donald Trump’s electoral chances by discrediting Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential campaign Asked whether France was immune from such attacks Le Drian said “No of course not we should not be naive” France will hold presidential elections in April-May and leading conservative challenger Francois Fillon has said he wants to improve relations with Russia and has been praised by Putin Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen also favours closer relations with Russia French-Russian relations have been strained by Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea in 2014 and over Russia’s role in the war in Syria Outgoing socialist French President Francois Hollande has cancelled the sale of warships to Russia and played a key role in imposing sanctions on Russia over Crimea Le Drian said that if the US election had indeed been manipulated it would be an unbearable interference as targeting a country’s electoral means attacking its democratic foundations and its sovereignty “Our services have discussed the subject if only to learn lessons for the future” said Le Drian who also referred to a cyber attack on French TV station TV5Monde in 2015 In April 2015 hackers knocked the station off the air French judicial sources told Reuters later that Russian hackers linked to the Kremlin could have been behind the attack Le Drian said the number of cyber attacks against his ministry doubled every year and that in 2016 about 24000 external attacks had been blocked by security including attempts at disrupting France’s drone systems France should not only be able to defend itself against cyber attacks but should also be able to strike itself when necessary Le Drian said He said the French army’s number of “digital soldiers” would be doubled to 2600 by 2019 with support of an additional 600 cyber experts Le Drian said that in case of a cyber attack the country could respond in kind as well as with conventional weapons For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News "We have seen this in Moradabad, Ering said discrimination against people from the Northeast was a serious issue and it needs to be addressed at the earliest." US Attorney Paul J Fishman said in a statement. which were made possible by the great undercover work of our law enforcement partners,ABC7 as saying.
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