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Rajjab 5,1436 AH

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Fajar: 4.50 am
Zohar: 12.24 pm
Asar: 4.39 pm
Maghrib: 6.40 pm
Isha: 7.50 pm
Sunset today 6.35 pm
sunrise tomorrow 5.53 am
Moonrise tomorrow 11.34 am
 

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Independent candidate for the Chiyoda Ward Assembly Teruki Goto's naked poster is displayed on the campaign board beside the Hibiya park in Tokyo. (Photo: AFP)
24th Apr, 2015
Right winger Teruki Goto is seen wielding a samurai sword in front of Rising Sun flags
Honda is out to change the aviation industry in the same way it changed American auto culture
23rd Apr, 2015
The aircraft, built in North Carolina, is set to fly into other airports in Japan, including Sendai
Representational Picture (Photo: AFP)
23rd Apr, 2015
Currently the country has 5,900 airline pilots, of whom 500 are aged 60 or over
China's President Xi Jinping (right) greets Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. (Photo: AP)
22nd Apr, 2015
The two leaders agreed to work for better relations and contribute to regional stability
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. (Photo: AP)
22nd Apr, 2015
Police have not found any explosives on the four-propeller drone, but it did have a camera
A Japanese maglev train that is the fastest passenger train in the world runs on the Maglev Test Line in Tsuru, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) west of Tokyo Tuesday, April 21, 2015. Operator JR Central said the train reached 603 kilometers per hour
21st Apr, 2015
Maglev hovers 4 inches above the tracks and is propelled by electrically charged magnets
Humanoid ChihiraAico, clad in a Japanese kimono, greets a customer at an entrance of a department store in Tokyo (Photo Credit:AFP)
21st Apr, 2015
  Tokyo: Dressed in a kimono and smiling, Aiko Chihira greets shoppers at the entrance of Tokyo's Mitsukoshi department store. But Chihira is no regular employee -- she is a humanoid robot. Developed
General view of Ginowan city, north-east of the capital of Okinawa Prefecture in Japan (Photo: AFP)
20th Apr, 2015
Japan registers more than 20 per cent of the planet's most powerful earthquakes every year

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