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Will India nuke Pakistani cities, or go for its nuclear arsenal? 17.3.2017 Latest News
Former NSA indicates India's "massive response" will target Pak nukes
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Why US anti-missile system in S Korea irks China 13.3.2017 TOI: Home
Mao Zedong famously dismissed the atomic bomb as a "paper tiger," able to kill and terrify, but not decisive in war. Even so, China built a nuclear arsenal of its own, and now concerns about the effectiveness of that arsenal as a deterrent are driving it into confrontation with the United States over an anti-missile system being built in South Korea. Here's an explanation of why.
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Parrikar gives credit to RSS ideology rather than our soldiers for surgical strike: Congress 7.2.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar came under Opposition attack in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday for his statements on the surgical strike, India's nuclear doctrine and other issues and sought his explanation on the issue. The issue was raised during the Zero Hour by senior Congress member Shantaram Naik, which got support from some other members including JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav. Parrikar was present in the House but did not respond. Naik said Parrikar, in one statement, had given credit to RSS ideology for the surgical strikes instead of the brave soldiers, while in another statement he had said that India had never carried out before the one conducted last year. Expressing concern over these statements by Parrikar in various platforms, Naik suggested that he should not make policy statements outside Parliament. Citing certain examples, Naik said the Defence Minister "falsely claims that India never conducted surgical strikes in the past". Parrikar never mentioned the strike that India had carried out in ...
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Parrikar under Opposition attack in RS over comments on surgical strike 7.2.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Naik said Parrikar had credited RSS ideology for the surgical strikes instead of the brave soldiers
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Parrikar under attack for surgical strike, nuke policy remarks 7.2.2017 Rediff: News
Citing certain examples, Naik said the defence minister 'falsely claims that India never conducted surgical strikes in the past'.
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Agni-5 can deliver a nuclear bomb anywhere in China 27.12.2016 Rediff: News
China's and India's nuclear doctrines mandate 'No First Use' of nuclear weapons, so use against each other seems unlikely.
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Time to review India’s ‘no first use’ doctrine 14.12.2016 HBL: Opinion
This is on account of Pakistan’s beefed-up nuclear programme, thanks to China’s support, as well as its aggressive intent
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When ministers think aloud 26.11.2016 Hindu: Lead
A ‘no first use’ nuclear weapons policy suits India’s interest. Shifting to a first-use policy would mark a shift from deterrence towards nuclear war fighting
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India has effective deterrence against Chinese, Pak nukes: Former NSA 23.11.2016 New Kerala: India News
India has effective deterrence against Chinese, Pak nukes: Former NSA
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Good idea for India to review nuclear doctrine, it should do it every 5 years 20.11.2016 TOI: Sunday
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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 NSG bid: China must give in to its peers in elite group or risk isolation 15.11.2016 FirstPost: World

It is an open secret that the NSG was formed to bring a non-NPT country like France into a control framework.

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Manohar Parrikar on NFU: Brouhaha over remarks is reminder of India’s inability to think strategically 14.11.2016 FirstPost: India

Manohar Parrikar's most egregious sin appears to have simply been that his views were not popular among those who would don the hat of experts; nothing the defence minister said was actually either surprising or extraordinary

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War on cash, India-Japan n-deal: Modi bends like Beckham 13.11.2016 Rediff: News
'Modi's abject capitulation will play out badly in his core constituency.'
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Do Rajnath Singh, Manohar Parrikar’s gaffes on Trump, nuclear policy foretell darker days? 13.11.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

If this in itself wasn’t ridiculous enough, the Home Minister also told the gathering that Trump’s adulation of Modi was indeed "an honour for the people of India". I

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Manohar Parrikar has not changed our nuclear policy, he only stirred a storm in a teacup 11.11.2016 FirstPost: India

The Narendra Modi government should go for a formal review of the country’s No First Use of nuclear weapons policy.

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Opposition slams Parrikar's 'irresponsible' comments on 'No First Use' 11.11.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Opposition parties on Friday slammed Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar for his "irresponsible" statement on India's No First Use of nuclear weapons policy, after the minister suggested that India should not bind itself to the doctrine.
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Parrikar is a 'bit of a Joke': Congress 11.11.2016 New Kerala: India News
Parrikar is a 'bit of a Joke': Congress
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Motormouth Manohar Parrikar almost nukes India’s NSG bid with needless boast 11.11.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

The first challenge that any new nuclear-weaponed state faces is to simultaneously assure its adversaries that its assets will not be used imprudently while seeking to reap political-strategic value from the mere possession of the same.

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Parrikar feels nuclear policy has to be ‘unpredictable’ 11.11.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Parrikar feels nuclear policy has to be ‘unpredictable’
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