- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsMay 29 01:40 AM
New Delhi, May 29 (IANS) There is a misconception that the Indian atomic energy programme has been slow in developing breeder reactors that will be fuelled by the country's vast thorium deposits, a foremost nuclear expert says. "India has not been slow in developing next generation nuclear reactors that would use thorium as a fuel. No one in the world is ahead of us in this direction," former ...
India's nuclear build up undermining South Asia'... - New Kerala
Pak's request for Nuclear Suppliers Group to be ... - ANI via Yahoo! India News
NSG team to visit India soon - Business Standard India
- IBN7May 29 09:19 PM
New Delhi: Retorting to architect of Pakistan's nuclear programme, Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan's threatening remarks, Indian experts said that India too is capable of targeting whole of Pakistan. Speaking on…
Pak has ability to 'target' India in five minute... - ANI via Yahoo! India News
- The Washington TimesMay 29 05:19 PM
A little-noticed deal this month between India and Iran to develop an obscure port in the Gulf of Oman is offering a glimpse into just how dramatically last summer's Iranian nuclear accord stands to upend South Asia's geopolitical dynamics — as New Delhi pushes to expand its influence in nearby ...
India-Iran port of call - DNA India
India, Iran to combat terror; ink Chabahar, 11 o... - The Economic Times
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMay 24 10:01 AM
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. State Department official assured lawmakers on Tuesday that India has addressed concerns over liability that had for years kept U.S. corporations from signing nuclear power contracts in the country. "We believe that the steps that India has taken have addressed by and large the key concerns that have been in place," Assistant Secretary of State...
U.S. lawmakers question India plans for Chabahar... - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance
- DNA IndiaMay 27 09:23 PM
Ahead of the crucial meeting of the 48-nation NSG, US said that India becoming NSG member is not about an arms race, but about civilian use of nuclear energy.
- Sify NewsMay 26 05:50 AM
Ed Markey, a key US Senator, has said that enabling India to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) would cause a 'never-ending' nuclear race in South Asia.
India's addition to NSG will escalate nuke race ... - New Kerala
"India could have gone nuclear as early as 1964" - Press Trust of India
- Reuters via Yahoo! FinanceMay 24 10:02 AM
A U.S. State Department official assured lawmakers on Tuesday that India has addressed concerns over liability that had for years kept U.S. corporations from signing nuclear power contracts in the country. "We believe that the steps that India has taken have addressed by and large the key concerns that have been in place," Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha ...
- One IndiaMay 28 04:32 AM
While Chine and Pakistan have expressed concerns over India's membership of the NSG (Nuclear Suppliers Group), the US has defended her saying India's NSG membership is not about arms race but civilian use of the nuclear energy. [India's NSG membership not
- DawnMay 25 06:42 PM
WASHINGTON: A key US Senator, Ed Markey, has warned that enabling India to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) would cause a “never-ending” nuclear race in South Asia.
- Central ChronicleMay 28 05:14 AM
The United States has strongly backed India’s nuclear energy programme and the country’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG), while maintaining a stoic silence on whether it also endorsed Pakistan’s nuclear programme.
India's NSG membership is not about arms: US to ... - rediff.com
US says NSG to decide on India's membership, any... - Business Recorder
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