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India warns against terrorists getting nukes, says nations responsible to prevent it 24.8.2016 New Kerala: World News
United Nations, Aug 24 : India has warned of the "catastrophic dangers" of terrorists getting weapons of mass destruction and said that nations have a responsibility to prevent nuclear material from falling into their hands.
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India warns against terrorists getting nukes, says nations responsible to prevent it 24.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
India has warned of the "catastrophic dangers" of terrorists getting weapons of mass destruction and said that nations have a responsibility to prevent nuclear material from falling into their hands.
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US assessing if Russian use of Iran base vio... 18.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
US assessing if Russian use of Iran base vio...
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Pakistan hopeful of non-testing n-accord with India 16.8.2016 newindianexpress.com
A bilateral arrangement would be legally binding and difficult to withdraw unilaterally, the spokesperson said.
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Ratification of India, Japan civil nuclear deal may face further delay 16.8.2016 HBL: Home
The ratification of India-Japan Civil Nuclear deal is likely to be delayed further. “It is unlikely that the Diet (wich is likely to meet for a special session end of next month) will take up the I...
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Pakistan offers nuclear non-testing agreement to India 16.8.2016 DNA: Mumbai
For the second time within a week, Pakistan on Tuesday offered India a bilateral arrangement for not conducting a nuclear test, saying it will send a positive signal to the NSG where both the countries have applied for membership. Pakistan's offer to India for a bilateral arrangement on non-testing of nuclear weapons was initially announced by the Prime Minister's Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on August 12. Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria today said that following the nuclear tests in 1998, Pakistan had proposed to India simultaneous adherence to the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) but the proposal did not elicit a favourable response from India. "Once again, in the larger interest of peace and stability in the region, as also in the global context, Pakistan has indicated the possibility that the two countries may consider a bilateral arrangement, which is reflective of its policy of promoting restraint and responsibility in South Asia and its consistent support for the ...
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Pakistan offers nuclear non-testing agreement to India 16.8.2016 Zee News : India National
For the second time within a week, Pakistan today offered India a bilateral arrangement for not conducting a nuclear test, saying it will send a positive signal to the NSG where both the countries have applied for membership.
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Pakistan hopeful of non-testing n-accord with India 16.8.2016 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, Aug 16 : Pakistan on Tuesday said it was hopeful of a bilateral agreement with India over a mutual ban on non-testing of atomic weapons that will ease the entry of the two countries into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
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Pakistan hopeful of non-testing n-accord with India 16.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Pakistan on Tuesday said it was hopeful of a bilateral agreement with India over a mutual ban on non-testing of atomic weapons that will ease the entry of the two countries into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
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India banks on adherence, non-proliferation records in renewed bid for NSG 14.8.2016 TOI: India
After India failed to enter the NSG, the global nuclear body appointed a special envoy to consult members on India’s bid. NSG members who had procedural issues with India’s membership will discuss technical issues with the NSG envoy
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Wang Yi meets PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj as China media says NSG doors not shut 13.8.2016 FirstPost: India

Wang Yi is visiting India for holding talks with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on various issues of mutual interest.

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'Homeland' renewed for two more seasons 13.8.2016 DNA: India
Political thriller TV series Homeland has been renewed for season seven and eight. The announcement was made at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, reported E! online. The premiere of the sixth season has been pushed to January 15, 2017. With the US presidential election happening later this year, the makers are careful not to be "counter-factual" or "irrelevant". "This year we're sort of hedging our bets in terms of our president. Although she (president) is a woman, she's a little bit Hillary Clinton, a little bit Donald Trump, and a little bit Bernie Sanders," said showrunner Alex Gansa. Besides the new president, the sixth season would tackle issues involving the Iran nuclear deal and the Muslim community in the US. "We talked a lot about the Iran nuclear deal, because a lot of that business gets conducted in New York City in terms of the sanctions and banking. That's a fairly big part of the show. And also, frankly, about how law enforcement in this country is ...
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Pakistan ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India: Sartaj Aziz 12.8.2016 DNA: Mumbai
Pakistan was ready for an agreement with India on bilateral moratorium on nuclear non-testing, the country's top diplomat said on Friday. "We have declared a unilateral moratorium on further testing. Pakistan is prepared to consider translating its unilateral moratorium into a bilateral arrangement on non-testing with India," the Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said. Briefing the media about the Envoys' Conference held last week, Aziz said the meeting noted that Pakistan consistently supported the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) and voted for it when it was adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1996. Noting that the conference held detailed talks on the Pakistan s application for the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and regional nuclear stability issue, Aziz said Pakistan is one of the applicants, along with India, for NSG membership. "While Pakistan's formal application for NSG membership was submitted on May 19, 2016, we had been preparing for it for quite some time. Our ...
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Pak ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India 12.8.2016 Rediff: Intl News
Aziz said Pakistan is committed not to transfer nuclear weapons to other states or assist others to acquire nuclear weapons and consistently supported the goal of a nuclear-weapons-free world.
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Pak ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India, says country's top diplomat 12.8.2016 Zee News : World
"We have declared a unilateral moratorium on further testing. Pakistan is prepared to consider translating its unilateral moratorium into a bilateral arrangement on non-testing with India," Sartaj Aziz said.
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Pak ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India: Aziz 12.8.2016 TOI: Pakistan
Pakistan was ready for an agreement with India on bilateral moratorium on nuclear non-testing, Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said. He said that Pakistan consistently supported the CTBT and voted for it when it was adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1996.
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Pakistan ready for nuclear non-testing agreement with India: Sartaj Aziz 12.8.2016 FirstPost: India

Pakistan was ready for an agreement with India on bilateral moratorium on nuclear non-testing, the country's top diplomat said on Friday

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Operations of Kudankulam n-plant enhances India's component making capacity 10.8.2016 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi/Chennai, Aug 10 : The formal commissioning of the first nuclear power plant at Kudankulam on Wednesday would not only enhance atomic power capacity but also the localisation of components, said experts.
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Operations of Kudankulam n-plant enhances India's component making capacity 10.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The formal commissioning of the first nuclear power plant at Kudankulam on Wednesday would not only enhance atomic power capacity but also the localisation of components, said experts.
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'Commissioning of Kudankulam n-plant enhances component making capacity' 10.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The formal commissioning of the first nuclear power plant at Kudankulam on Wednesday would not only enhance atomic power capacity but also the localisation of components, said experts.
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