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Indira considered military strikes on Pak N-sites 1.9.2015 The Assam Tribune
Indira considered military strikes on Pak N-sites
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Indira Gandhi considered bombing Pak's nuclear program in 1981 31.8.2015 TOI: India
India was cognizant of the threat from Pakistan's nuclear weapons program and then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi may have considered eliminating it when she returned to power in 1981 long before it neared fruition, a CIA assessment from that era has ...
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'Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan's nuclear sites' 31.8.2015 Asian Age: India
Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. (Photo: PTI) 'India reportedly was to explode the device about one week after the expected Pakistani test' Washington: Returning to power in 1980, thethen Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed. Such a consideration by the then Indian Prime Minister was being made when the US was in an advanced stage of providing its fighter jets F-16 to Pakistan, says the September 8, 1981, document titled 'India's Reaction to Nuclear Developments in Pakistan', which was prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). A redacted version of the 12-page document was posted on the CIA website in June this year, according to which the then Indian government led by Gandhi in 1981 was concerned about the progress made by Pakistan on its nuclear weapons programme and believed that Islamabad was steps away from acquiring a nuclear weapon. ...
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'Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan's nuclear sites' 31.8.2015 Asian Age: India
Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. (Photo: PTI) 'India reportedly was to explode the device about one week after the expected Pakistani test' Washington: Returning to power in 1980, thethen Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed. Such a consideration by the then Indian Prime Minister was being made when the US was in an advanced stage of providing its fighter jets F-16 to Pakistan, says the September 8, 1981, document titled 'India's Reaction to Nuclear Developments in Pakistan', which was prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). A redacted version of the 12-page document was posted on the CIA website in June this year, according to which the then Indian government led by Gandhi in 1981 was concerned about the progress made by Pakistan on its nuclear weapons programme and believed that Islamabad was steps away from acquiring a nuclear weapon. ...
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'Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pak's nuke sites' 31.8.2015 Oneindia.in: News
Washington, Aug 31: Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed. Such a consideration by the
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`Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pak`s nuke sites` 31.8.2015 Zee News : India National
 Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed.
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Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan's nuke sites: Report 31.8.2015 News
Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed.
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'Indira considered military strike on Pak's nuke sites' 31.8.2015 TOI: Home
Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed
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'Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pak's nuke sites' 31.8.2015 deccanherald.com
Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistans nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed. Such a consideration by the then Indian Prime Minister was being made when the US was in an advanced stage of providing its fighter jets F-16 to Pakistan, says the September 8, 1981, document titled Indias Reaction to Nuclear Developments in Pakistan, which was prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). A redacted version of the 12-page document was posted on the CIA website in June this year, according to which the then Indian government led by Gandhi in 1981 was concerned about the progress made by Pakistan on its nuclear weapons programme and believed that Islamabad was steps away from acquiring a nuclear weapon. The US had the same assessment. "In the extreme case, if Indian concerns increase over the next two or three months, we believe the conditions could be ripe for ...
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'Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan nuke sites' 31.8.2015 Rediff: Intl News
The consideration by the then Indian Prime Minister was being made when the US was in an advanced stage of providing its fighter jets F-16 to Pakistan
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Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pak’s nuke sites, reveals declassified CIA file 31.8.2015 FirstPost: India

Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed.

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Russia expects India to stand by it during hard times of sanctions: Rostec 28.8.2015 ET: Policy
Russia expects India to stand by it during these “difficult times” when it is facing economic hardship due to sanctions imposed by the West.
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The new red line 28.8.2015 Telegraph: Opinion
Ever since President Bill Clinton decided that Kashmir was the "world's most dangerous place"- a realization that abruptly dawned after the nuclear tests of 1998 - the quest for an India-Pakistan settlement has been transformed into a thriving cottage industry. 
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Reactor boost to N-power plan 24.8.2015 TOI: Mumbai
India is planning to import 28 light water reactors totalling 35,000 mwe to beef up the country’s nuclear power programme, said atomic energy commission chairperson, R K ...
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‘India to gain from new policy of global alignment’ 24.8.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
India is set to reap large-scale benefits after shifting from non-alignment to global alignment in foreign policy, Union minister for coal, new and renewable energy Piyush Goyal has said. “India is set to reap large-scale benefits from its new foreign policy of global alignment,” Mr Goyal said here at a function to mark the Universal Brotherhood Day on Saturday. “The shift from non-alignment to global alignment was based on long-term vision and helped India gain greater acceptability in the world,” he said. The concept of non-alignment, as advocated by Jawaharlal Nehru, was relevant during the post-World War period when we needed the Eastern Block led by the then Soviet Union to safeguard our strategic interests while we also needed the support of the west to achieve our developmental goals, the Union minister said. The non-aligned group also served as a balancing power in the bipolar world, he added. Mr Goyal said the Pokhran II nuclear tests during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee regime was the turning point ...
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Rich Tributes Paid to Kalam, Janaki 19.8.2015 The New Indian Express - Odisha - http://newindianexpress.com/states/odisha/
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Odisha assembly pays tribute to Kalam 18.8.2015 TOI: India
The Odisha assembly on Tuesday paid rich tributes to former President of India A P J Abdul Kalam and former Odisha chief minister J B Patnaik among eight others to mark beginning of the monsoon ...
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Amid grand reception, PM Modi woos Indian diaspora in packed Dubai stadium 18.8.2015 New Kerala: India News
Dubai, Aug 17 : Amid huge greetings by a packed house in Dubai Cricket Stadium, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is visiting the United Arab Emirates for two days, addressed the "Mini India" here while wooing the NRI's for taking forward the "pride and glory" of his country across the world.
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Kalam Declined Cabinet Berth: Pillai 18.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
#ModiInDubai: PM's 10 big quotes 17.8.2015 India Today| Must Read
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the last day of his 2-day UAE tour addressed a massive gathering at Dubai Cricket Stadium on ...
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