Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, right, watches Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi drink a bowl of green tea. Photo: AP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (third from left) with Japanese business leaders. PTI

Pakistani protesters chase police officers during clashes in Islamabad on Monday. AP

Rajnath Singh to lay anti-terror line at SAARC meet. Photo: AP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe during their visit to the Toji Temple in Kyoto. — PTI

Imran Khan (centre) addresses supporters outside the Parliament building in Islamabad on Sunday. — AP

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Pakistani protesters gather around a container which carries cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan. (Photo: AP)


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