Ohtani has elbow surgery; doctor expects hitting return by opening day ’24 and pitching by ’25

Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani had elbow surgery Tuesday, and his doctor said he expects the two-way star will be available as a hitter on opening day next season and will return to the mound as a pitcher in…


Japan records trade deficit in August as exports to China, rest of Asia weaken

Japan’s exports fell 0.8% last month from a year earlier, with steep declines in shipments to China and the rest of Asia, its largest regional market. Imports sank nearly 18%, the Japanese Finance Ministry said in preliminary data released Wednesday….


2 men dead, 3 injured in Tokyo construction site accident

Two workers died and three others were injured Tuesday while installing steel beams on the seventh floor of a building being constructed near JR Tokyo Station, according to police officials. Fire and rescue authorities received an emergency call at around…


Netanyahu talks to Elon Musk about antisemitism on X and artificial intelligence

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu kicked off a U.S. trip in California to talk to billionaire businessman Elon Musk about antisemitism on his social media platform X — while Musk asked him to address his judicial overhaul in Israel. The…

England grind Japan down to win 34-12 at Rugby World Cup

England first wore Japan down then scored a bizarre try and rolled to a 34-12 win and a second straight victory at the Rugby World Cup on Sunday. With Japan trailing only 13-12 nearing the hour mark, the odd try…


One in 10 Japanese are older than 80: gov't data

More than 10 percent of Japanese people have crossed 80 years or older for the first time, new official data showed, as the nation faces a rapidly graying… Source link


Angels star Ohtani to have elbow surgery

Shohei Ohtani will have surgery soon on the ligament tear in his pitching elbow after the Los Angeles Angels’ two-way star was ruled out for the rest of the season Saturday due to an oblique injury. Ohtani and the Angels,…


Tokyo’s Asakusa Samba Carnival returns after 4-year COVID hiatus

The Asakusa Samba Carnival, a late-summer Tokyo highlight, returned Sunday following a four-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with sounds of passionate Brazilian music and explosive percussion filling a street in downtown Asakusa, drawing 300,000 spectators. More than 2,500…


Ramen shop owner fatally stabbed in Yokohama

A 33-year-old ramen shop owner died after being stabbed in his eatery in Yokohama on Friday night. According to police, the victim, Hiroki Ohashi, was found by his… Source link

The results of the second phase of the 11th admission are published

The results of the second round of applications for admission to class XI have been released. The result was published on the website on Saturday (September 16) at 8 pm. Along with the release of the results of the second…