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The state was followed by Delhi with Rs 9. The section, One party member compared Sonia Gandhi to Gandhari in the Mahabharata who was blind to the flaws of her son. Titu alias Kiranpal, he said. Top News Sonipat Police have arrested a man for sexually harassing two college students,natural and indispensable partner. A few months agoJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for a strategy in which IndiaJapanthe United States and Australia formed a diamond to safeguard the maritime commons stretching from the Indian Ocean Region to the western Pacific These are grand words But it will take work on both sides to give them substance In building its relationship with IndiaJapan is making some major changes to its traditional strategic posture The first big leap is in Japans nuclear policy Abe has given his strong support to renewed negotiations for an agreement on the sale of nuclear technology to India He also gave Japans support for India to become a full member of international export control regimesincluding the Nuclear Suppliers Group Abe understands the symbolic and practical importance of a nuclear deal with Indiaespecially after Australia lifted its ban on uranium exports to India in 2011 CurrentlyJapan bans the supply of nuclear technology to India because it has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) or the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) In practicethis not only prevents Japanese companies from working in India but also makes it difficult for major US supplierssuch as Westinghouse and General Electricwhich are owned by or in joint ventures with Japanese companies and rely upon Japanese technology Access to this technology is therefore an important factor for the development of Indias nuclear power industry Japanese nuclear suppliers also see it as a big commercial opportunity But the issue remains highly controversial in Japan and previous attempts to overturn the ban have been stymied by formidable bureaucratic and political opposition IndeedAbe has been forced to reiterate his desire for India to sign the CTBTif not the NPT But there is a good chance that after the elections in the Japanese Upper House in JulyAbe may have the political strength to push through an agreement with Indiaalthough it may take some time to finalise This would represent a major conceptual change in Japans nuclear non-proliferation posture and its reliance on international treaties There could be wider implications than just making an exception for India Japans second big leap is the proposed sale of some 15 Japanese-designed US-2 amphibious planesapparently to be used for maritime search and rescue Although Japanese policy means that the planes will be sold under the fig leaf that they are for civilian usethe military significance of the deal is clear It will be Japans first sale of complete military products since it eased its decades-long ban on military exports in 2011 Like its nuclear non-proliferation policythe ban on military exports has been a key plank in Japans pacifist stance since the end of World War II Breaking this taboo represents a big change in Japans pacifist policiesand potentially even a step towards Abes goal of amending Japans pacifist constitution But if India wants to be seen as an active and reliable security partner to Japanit too will need to rethink some of its own longstanding policies and approaches For one thingJapan is deeply embedded in the US security sphere and that is not going to change any time soon India will need to come to terms with all the consequences that flow from working with close US allies This will require changes in the way it does things A partnership with Japan may also force New Delhi to re-examine its low-profile approach to security issues in northeast Asia Tokyo is likely to expect greater Indian support on a range of issuesincluding its difficult relationships with China and North Korea Despite improved relationships with TokyoIndias responses to North Koreas provocations are still often muted This reflects Indias traditions of non-alignment and possibly a view that northeast Asia falls beyond Indias strategic sphere But Delhi may need to move beyond these limitations if it is to be seen as a credible strategic partner in the Pacific Despite many weaknesses in the relationship especially on the economic front the India-Japan relationship has developed remarkably over the last five years Indeedthe potential exists for a grand bargain between India and Japan as major regional powers in the Indian and Pacific Oceans Mutual concerns about China are clearly a major factor But for Delhiit is not just about China A close security relationship with a Japaneither embedded in the US security sphere oras some in Delhi dreamloosened from itwould enhance Indias influence and potentially help in Indias objective of seeing the development of a multi-polar region But a real partnership will also involve changes in the way India does things Brewsterauthor of India as an Asia Pacific Power and Indias Ocean: The Story of Indias Bid for Regional Leadership," he says. the partners are locked in a fight.