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Australia-India civil nuke pact possible by year end: FM Bishop 16.4.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Australia-India civil nuke pact possible by year end: FM Bishop' at newkerala.com.
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Uranium deal with Canada clinched, 13 agreements inked 16.4.2015 The Assam Tribune
Uranium deal with Canada clinched, 13 agreements inked
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Australia-India civil nuke pact possible by year end: FM Bishop 16.4.2015 Zee News : India National
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, who is in India on a four-day visit, has said both nations are expected to reach a framework agreement by the year end, following which, uranium supply to India would begin.
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Canada in five-year uranium promise 16.4.2015 Telegraph: Nation
Canada today promised to sell India uranium for the next five years, a decision that will ease pressure on India to source the fuel for its civil nuclear programme at a time a deal with Australia has stumbled because of domestic politics in that country.
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Modi-Harper meet seals Uranium deal 16.4.2015 News
Canada is the world's second largest producer of uranium, with annual exports of over $1 billion
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Canada to supply uranium for India's n-plants 15.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Turning a new chapter in its relationship with Canada, India on Wednesday clinched a multi-million-dollar deal for uranium to power its civilian nuclear programme.
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Canada to supply uranium for India's n-plants 15.4.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'Canada to supply uranium for India's n-plants' at newkerala.com.
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Full text of PM Modi’s media statement during joint press interaction with Stephen Harper 15.4.2015 Zee News : India National
Turning a new chapter in its relationship with Canada, India on Wednesday clinched a multi-million-dollar deal for uranium to power its civilian nuclear programme. India also announced visa on arrival for Canadians.
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Modi's visit to Canada is the first by an Indian PM in 42 years! 15.4.2015 Rediff: News
'Notwithstanding the physical distance, the two countries historically had a convergence of approach and outlook to many international issues.'
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Fewer Nuclear Warheads? Why India Shouldn't Worry 10.4.2015 All Specials Stories
Having more warheads than your opponent does not necessarily translate to greater security
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Should India worry about having fewer nuclear weapons than Pakistan? 10.4.2015 Features
Having more warheads does not necessarily translate to greater security because nuclear weapons are meant primarily to scare and deter
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PM Modi eyes uranium deal with Canada, to seek French help for high speed trains in India 8.4.2015 CNN-IBN: World
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads to Germany, France, and Canada, sources say that India and Canada are likely to sign a deal to import uranium for nuclear power plants.
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Narasimha Rao carried his nuclear secrets to his grave 6.4.2015 Rediff: Columns
'If Rao had, in fact, given a word to President Clinton in 1994 that India would not test, he would not have encouraged Vajpayee to test. The note, said to have been handed over to Vajpayee by Rao with the words, 'Now is the time to accomplish my unfinished task' may not have been a reference to nuclear tests at all,' says T P Sreenivasan.
A forgotten PM 4.4.2015 Hindu: Home
It is a matter of shame that a leader who backed nuclear testing, ushered in liberal reforms and played a pivotal role in a Look East Policy has not been given a place in history (“ Also found in: [+]
Modi's Canada visit may clinch uranium deal 29.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Ottawa next month may see a much awaited commercial agreement being signed paving way for Canada to supply uranium to India. "We look forward to resuming our civil nuclear energy cooperation with Canada, especially for sourcing uranium fuel for our nuclear power plants," Modi posted on Facebook on Saturday. Sources told Deccan Herald that New Delhi and Ottawa might also announce joint research and development in the field of nuclear energy, focusing on augmenting capacity of Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors of India. The prime minister will visit Canada from April 14 to 16 after touring France and Germany. He will meet his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper in Ottawa and will address business leaders in Toronto. Modi on Saturday noted that Canada was also the first country to have completed the requirements for civil nuclear cooperation with India after New Delhi secured the waiver from the Nuclear Suppliers Group in 2008. India and Canada signed the civil nuclear ...
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Ratna for Vajpayee 28.3.2015 Hindu: Home
That former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was conferred the Bharat Ratna by President Pranab Mukherjee, at Mr. Vajpayee’s residence, and in a departure from protocol, is refreshing. It is an...
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Atal Bihari Vajpayee receives Bharat Ratna 27.3.2015 HBL: Home
Veteran Parliamentarian and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, founder member of BJP who is held in high esteem across the political spectrum, was today conferred with Bharat Ratna, the c...
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Bikini Islanders seek refuge in U.S. 23.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Bikini Islanders seek refuge in U.S.
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Hit by N-testing, Bikini Islanders seek refuge in US 23.3.2015 TOI: The United States
A tiny central Pacific community, forced to evacuate their homes because of US nuclear testing, are now demanding refuge in the US as they face a new threat from climate ...
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Kakodkar resigns from IIT Bombay Board of Governors 18.3.2015 deccanherald.com
Former Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar has resigned as chairman of the board of governors of Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, presumably due to the differences of opinion with the Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani on the selection of directors of three IITs. However, HRD ministry officials said Irani had a long telephonic conversation with the nuclear scientist and persuaded him to continue in his post till May end, when his term ends. Till the time of filing this report, there was no independent confirmation from Kakodkar if he would be continuing in his post. He did not respond to phone calls and text messages. "I have put down my papers because I want to move ahead," an agency report quoted Kakodkar as saying. The veteran scientist, one of the architects of the 1998 nuclear tests, refused to comment on whether there are differences between him and the minister over selection of the directors. The controversial resignation comes ahead of March 22 ...
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