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From the archives - dated November 24, 1966 25.11.2016 Hindu: Home
Wheat importsCountrywide austerity, intensification of internal procurement and exploring all available sources for wheat imports — this is how the Congress Parliamentary Party’s Executive Committee t...
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Prithvi II's twin trial successfully test fired: 10 key points about India's indigenous missile 22.11.2016 Latest News
Prithvi II is a series of short range ballistic missiles launched to combat opponents in war-like situations
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For whom the bells toll 18.11.2016 HBL: Stock Markets
Recent decisions threaten to affect the inflow of badly-needed foreign investment. Consider the recent Supreme Court decision which forbade Noida Toll Bridge Company (NTBC), a listed company with 8...
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Why Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar does not understand India's nuclear policy 18.11.2016 India Today | February 13, 2012
Parrikar's indiscretion on India's no-first use posture undermines our ethos.
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India's n-deal with Japan should not be victim of domestic politics (Comment: Special to IANS) 16.11.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Two significant developments have taken place over the last week in the nuclear domain that will have a long-term bearing on India's overall nuclear profile over the next decade. It will be instructive to see how these issues will be mediated in ...
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India's n-deal with Japan should not be victim of domestic politics (Comment: Special to ) 16.11.2016 New Kerala: Business India
India's n-deal with Japan should not be victim of domestic politics (Comment: Special to )
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China hopes India-Japan nuclear deal will cement non-nuclear regime 14.11.2016 New Kerala: World News
China hopes India-Japan nuclear deal will cement non-nuclear regime
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China hopes India-Japan nuclear deal will cement non-nuclear regime 14.11.2016 Zee News : South Asia
China on Monday gave a cautious welcome to the civil nuclear deal between India and Japan, hoping it would strengthen the effectiveness of global nuclear non-proliferation regime.
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China hopes India-Japan nuclear deal will cement non-nuclear regime 14.11.2016 All News-IANS Stories
China on Monday gave a cautious welcome to the civil nuclear deal between India and Japan, hoping it would strengthen the effectiveness of global nuclear non-proliferation regime.
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The big deal with Japan 14.11.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The big deal with Japan
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India, Japan wrangle over N-deal note 14.11.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
India, Japan wrangle over N-deal note
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Deal or no deal? India, Japan wrangle over N-pact note 14.11.2016 Hindu: National
Document provides for cancellation of deal if India conducts a new nuclear test
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The big deal with Japan 14.11.2016 Hindu: Home
When India conducted its nuclear tests in 1998, Japan was the country that took it the hardest: it put all political exchanges with India on hold, froze aid and announced economic sanctions within ho...
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Indo-Japan N-deal: Govt says accompanying note on reasons for termination of pact not binding on India 13.11.2016 Zee News : India National
The government insisted that India has made "no additional commitments" over the similar agreements signed with the US and other countries.
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'Termination clause in N-deal with Japan not binding on India' 13.11.2016 Latest News
Indian government holds that this is merely recording of the views of the two sides
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Termination clause in nuclear deal with Japan not binding on India, insists govt 13.11.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

The just-signed historic civil nuclear deal with Japan has a "termination" clause which the government here insists is not binding on India but merely records the "views" of the Japanese side considering its "special sensitivities".

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'Termination clause in N-deal with Japan not binding on India' 13.11.2016 deccanherald.com
The landmark civil nuclear deal signed with Japan has a "termination" clause which the government here insists is not binding on India. In the Nuclear Cooperation Agreement, signed in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Friday, there is a note on "Views and Understanding" wherein the Japanese side has cited Indias September 2008 declaration of unilateral moratorium on atomic tests and said if this commitment is violated, the deal will terminate. The Indian government holds that this is merely recording of the views of the two sides. "That note is simply a record by the negotiators of respective views on certain issues. It is not the NCA (Nuclear Cooperation Agreement) which is what is binding," said a source here. "On termination, there is no change from the US template," the source added. The sources maintained that the views of Japan, "on when they can ask for it", is "their national prerogative". Japan, the only country in the world to have ...
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Japan set rider for signing pact 12.11.2016 deccanherald.com
A hesitant Tokyo agreed to clinch a nuclear deal with New Delhi, only after making India turn its voluntary freeze on atomic weapon tests into a pre-condition for cooperation with Japan in the field. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe witnessed signing of the "Agreement for Cooperation in Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy" in Tokyo on Friday. But in addition to the landmark agreement, another related document titled "Note on Views and Understanding", made it clear that Japan would suspend its nuclear cooperation with India, in case New Delhi ended the unilateral moratorium it had imposed in 2008 on its atomic weapon tests. It was in fact the "Note on Views and Understanding" that ended the impasse in negotiations between India and Japan on the civil nuclear agreement. The note clearly stated that the September 5, 2008, statement made by the then external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee (now President of India) on behalf of the government of India constituted "an ...
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India, Japan differ on nuclear tests 12.11.2016 Hindu: News
Tokyo wants New Delhi to maintain its commitment to voluntary unilateral moratorium
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Indo-Japan civil nuclear deal: Despite the anti-nuclear test stance, it’s a win-win for all 12.11.2016 FirstPost: India

Despite a few initial concerns, both India and Japan have much to gain from the new Indo-Japan civil nuclear deal. While it will help India meet its energy requirements, Japanese companies will find a new market and way to assert their position in Asia

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