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Nuclear ambiguities 9.2.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Nuclear ambiguities
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UAE to Sign Nuclear-energy Pact with India 9.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
UAE looks towards India for an agreement in civil nuclear energy to be signed during the visit of Abu Dhabi crown prince General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
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India, UAE Likely to Sign Pact for Cooperation in Civil Nuclear Energy 9.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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India, UAE Likely to Sign a Pact 9.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Many pacts await Abu Dhabi Prince’s visit 8.2.2016 Hindu: News
India and the United Arab Emirates are set to strengthen cyber security mechanism to track radicalisation of youth in South Asia and West Asian region. Over the last several months, India-UAE coopera...
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Iran awards medals of honour to nuclear deal negotiators 8.2.2016 Hindu: Home
Even during the difficult days, we did not lose the right path and God did not leave us alone: Rouhani
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India, UAE to ink civil nuclear cooperation agreement 8.2.2016 HBL: Industry & Economy
India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be signing a civil nuclear cooperation agreement during the visit of Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces Moham...
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Nuclear ambiguities 7.2.2016 Hindu: Opinion
India’s nuclear politics was in the limelight again last week, and not for the best of reasons. More than five years after it signed the Convention on Supplementary Compensation (CSC), India ratified...
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Liability pact makes India-US N-deal a big deal (News Analysis) 7.2.2016 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Feb 7 : India's ratification of an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability has removed a major irritant in India-US relations and would help them unleash the full potential of the landmark India-US nuclear deal.
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Liability pact makes India-US N-deal a big deal (News Analysis) 7.2.2016 All News-IANS Stories
India's ratification of an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability has removed a major irritant in India-US relations and would help them unleash the full potential of the landmark India-US nuclear deal.
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Indo-Canada nuclear deal: Ontario minister flags concerns on nuclear liability law 7.2.2016 ET: Foreign Trade
A senior lawmaker from Canada feels the Indian nuclear liability law remains an issue and can adversely impact the investments.
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Hundreds more candidates allowed to contest Iran election | Reuters 7.2.2016 FirstPost: World

DUBAI Iran's powerful election vetting body, the Guardian Council, decided on Saturday to allow hundreds more candidates to take part in a parliamentary election this month, in a move that rekindled the hopes of reformists and moderates. A power struggle between Iranian conservatives and reformists has intensified since the removal of international economic sanctions against Tehran following its nuclear deal with the West. Hardliners fear Iranian voters will now be more inclined to reward reformist candidates

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US Welcomes Indian Ratification of Nuclear Liability Pact 6.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Compensation for nuclear damage: US welcomes India's move 6.2.2016 deccanherald.com
The United States has welcomed Indian governments move to ratify the Convention on Supplementary Compensation (CS) for Nuclear Damages, stating that the "important step" will facilitate participation by American companies in the construction of nuclear reactors in India. "The United States welcomes the action by India to join the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage, otherwise known as CSC," the State Department Spokesman John Kirby yesterday told reporters. Indian membership in the CSC marks another important step towards creating the global nuclear liability regime called for by the IAEA Nuclear Safety Action Plan, he said. "It will also facilitate participation by companies from the US in the construction of nuclear reactors in India, which will mean more reliable electricity for Indians, will reduce Indias reliance on carbon-intensive sources, that will benefit the environment, and will offer India greater energy security for its large and growing economy," Kirby said. When ...
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US welcomes Indian ratification of nuclear liability pact 6.2.2016 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Feb 6 : The US has welcomed India's ratification of an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability, removing the last hurdle for the landmark India-US nuclear deal and paving the way for US firms to build nuclear plants in India.
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Compensation for nuclear damage: US welcomes India's move 6.2.2016 Latest News
Said that the 'important step' will facilitate participation by American companies in the construction of nuclear reactors in India
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India ratifies pact on nuclear compensation 5.2.2016 Hindu: News
Five years after signing the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage (CSC), India ratified the convention on Thursday, the IAEA’s Office of Public Information and Communication rep...
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Why India must pause its nuclear expansion plans 3.2.2016 Rediff: Columns
'Decisions on nuclear power have so far been taken by a small select group, primarily interested in profiteering from their actions, stating 'secrecy' as necessary from the national security point.'
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Iran in leap mode 3.2.2016 FrontLine: World Affairs
With the lifting of international sanctions Iran will have immediate access to its huge assets locked up in foreign banks and will look around for business partners. Will India be able to grab the opportunity? By JOHN CHERIAN
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US rules out putting India, Pakistan in same basket 2.2.2016 Rediff: Intl News
'The US-India relationship is in a different league altogether,' Obama administration officials tell Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com in Washington, DC.
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