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China bashing: Is this Rajnath’s new job in the Modi Sarkar? 22.11.2014 FirstPost: Politics

In the past decade no union home minister or any cabinet minister for that matter has taken on China as pro-actively as Rajnath Singh has.

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Visit to Take Ties to Another Level 22.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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China Bashing: Is this Rajnath Singh’s new job in the Modi Sarkar 21.11.2014 FirstPost: World

In the past decade no union home minister or any cabinet minister for that matter has taken on China as pro-actively as Rajnath Singh has.

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India, Australia and the Indo-Pacific matrix 20.11.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral visit to Australia (November 16-18), which followed on the heels of the G-20 summit at Brisbane attended by the PM, gave the Indian leader the opportunity for a rather extended sojourn Down Under, which he used to rather good effect to enhance and deepen ties with a Pacific power that has gained in salience in recent decades. India-Australia ties lay in a somewhat indifferent state in the period of the Cold War. Subsequently also the relations were none too warm on account of India going ahead with its nuclear tests in spite of not being a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
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India, Australia and the Indo-Pacific matrix 20.11.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral visit to Australia (November 16-18), which followed on the heels of the G-20 summit at Brisbane attended by the PM, gave the Indian leader the opportunity for a rather extended sojourn Down Under, which he used to rather good effect to enhance and deepen ties with a Pacific power that has gained in salience in recent decades. India-Australia ties lay in a somewhat indifferent state in the period of the Cold War. Subsequently also the relations were none too warm on account of India going ahead with its nuclear tests in spite of not being a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
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India, Australia and the Indo-Pacific matrix 20.11.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral visit to Australia (November 16-18), which followed on the heels of the G-20 summit at Brisbane attended by the PM, gave the Indian leader the opportunity for a rather extended sojourn Down Under, which he used to rather good effect to enhance and deepen ties with a Pacific power that has gained in salience in recent decades. India-Australia ties lay in a somewhat indifferent state in the period of the Cold War. Subsequently also the relations were none too warm on account of India going ahead with its nuclear tests in spite of not being a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
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Countering another string of pearls 19.11.2014 Hindu: Op-Ed
Narendra Modi’s visit to Fiji has to be followed up with a robust programme of co-operation in areas in which India has particular strengths
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Pakistan successfully test fires nuclear-capable missile 13.11.2014 FirstPost: India

Pakistan has previously test-fired the same type of missile. Pakistan became a declared nuclear power in 1998, when it conducted underground nuclear tests.

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British atomic test site returned to Aboriginal owners 5.11.2014 Zee News : World
Defence land used by Britain to test atomic bombs was returned to its traditional Australian Aboriginal owners on Wednesday, with the area set to be developed as a tourist site.
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China reveals how it tested the first nuclea... 19.10.2014 TOI: All Headlines
China reveals how it tested the first nuclea...
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China reveals how it secretly tested first nuclear bomb 18.10.2014 TOI: Home
For the first time, China is revealing how it researched and conducted its first nuclear test in 1964. Most of the workers on the atomic bomb project did not know what they were working at.
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A line without ceasefires 18.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A line without ceasefires
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A line without ceasefires 18.10.2014 Hindu: Opinion
The Modi government’s ability to deal with Pakistan and China will be no different from what previous governments have done. The military balance with Pakistan does not permit action that amounts to a deterrent and a befitting response to ceasefire violations since India has not developed the wherewithal and political will for it
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U.S. feared India n-tests 17.10.2014 Asian Age: India

Amid reports that China was planning to conduct nuclear tests, the US in early 1960s feared that neighbouring countries like India would follow suit and it directed its officials to address India’s security concerns, according to newly declassified documents. China conducted its nuclear tests in Inner Mongolia on October 16, 1964. According to latest classified documents released in the US today, the State Department in 1963 prepared a major report on the potential consequences of a nuclear-armed China.

`US feared India would follow China in conducting nuke tests` 17.10.2014 Zee News : India National
Amid reports that China was planning to conduct nuclear tests, the US in early 1960s feared that neighbouring countries like India would follow suit and it directed its officials to address India's security concerns, according to newly declassified documents.
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US feared India would follow China in conducting nuclear tests, say declassified American documents from 1960s 16.10.2014 DNA: Recent Columns
Amid reports that China was planning to conduct nuclear tests, the US in early 1960s feared that neighbouring countries like India would follow suit and it directed its officials to address India's security concerns, according to newly declassified documents. China conducted its nuclear tests in Inner Mongolia on October 16, 1964. According to latest classified documents released in the US today, the State Department in 1963 prepared a major report on the potential consequences of a nuclear-armed China. The report did not believe this event would "alter the real relations of power among the major states," but the US would have to find ways to reassure US allies, in part to forestall "the possibility of development of independent nuclear capabilities by Asian countries (especially India)." China joined the nuclear club 50 years ago when it tested a nuclear device at its Lop Nur test site in Inner Mongolia. US intelligence had been monitoring Chinese developments for some years but the lack of adequate ...
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Happy birthday, 'People's President' ! : APJ Abdul Kalam turns 83 today 15.10.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Bangalore, Oct 15: Indians, let's wish 'happy birthday' to one of the most popular Rashtrapati the country every had - Dr APJ Abdul Kalam ! Kalam, also known as 'missile man of India', is celebrating his 83rd birthday today. He
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India cannot give Pakistan Army befitting reply 10.10.2014 ET: Opinion
Someone who has spent onethird of his youthful time astride the line, I understand what the Army calls the dynamics of LoC.
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The distance to disarmament 4.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The distance to disarmament
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Kazakhstan FM reiterates nation's role as global nuke elimination leader 1.10.2014 New Kerala: World News
New York, Oct.1 : Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister, Erlan Idrissov, has reiterated his country's role as a global leader in working for the elimination of nuclear weapons.
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