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LIVE! We don't need NSG membership: BJP veteran Yashwant Sinha 26.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Congress targets PM Modi over India's failed NSG bid 24.6.2016 Times Now: Home

Congress targets PM Modi over India's failed NSG bidCongress on Friday (June 24) targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over India's failed NSG bid, calling it an "embarrassment" to the country and a "huge diplomatic letdown" by his government and questioned the "desperation" to gain membership of the elite nuclear club.


Is India prepared for Brexit? 24.6.2016 Rediff: News
'When the Brexit bomb goes off, the shrapnel will wound us.'
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'India's NSG bid to be discussed at a special meeting' 23.6.2016 Times Now: Home


'India's NSG bid to be discussed at a special meeting'India's bid for NSG membership will come up tonight at a special post-dinner meeting of the 48-nation grouping's plenary, whose two-day deliberations began in Seoul today.


US supporting India's NSG bid to contain China and Russia: Pak NSA 23.6.2016 Rediff: Intl News
Pakistan's National Security Adviser Nasser Janjua has alleged that America's efforts to include India in the Nuclear Suppliers Group was part of a "greater design" to contain China and prevent the resurgence of Russia.
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SCO summit: PM Modi hopes for fruitful discussions; to meet Xi Jinping on the sidelines 23.6.2016 DNA: Top News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday night said he looked forward to fruitful outcomes at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit for which he will be travelling to Tashkent on Thursday. I will travel to Uzbekistan for a brief visit to attend the SCO Summit & interact with leaders of SCO nations. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 22, 2016 India is glad to be a member of the SCO & looks forward to fruitful outcomes particularly in the field of economic cooperation through SCO. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 22, 2016 India attaches great importance to ties with Central Asia & always seeks to expand economic & people-to-people ties with the region. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 22, 2016 The SCO Summit will kick off the process of India's accession to the grouping as a full fledged member along with Pakistan. Modi said India attaches great importance to ties with Central Asia and always seeks to expand economic and people-to-people ties with the region. PM Modi to meet Chinese ...
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China may soften stance on India's NSG bid 22.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
If China's behaviour in the past on ticklish issues is any indication then China could eventually support India's NSG application, says Rup Narayan Das.
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'Greater design' behind US support for India's NSG bid: Pak NSA 22.6.2016 Rediff: Intl News
"It's [part of] a greater design," Janjua said at a seminar on 'Pakistan's case for NSA membership' on Tuesday.
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Pak selling nuke materials to N Korea: US sources 22.6.2016 TOI: Home
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Pakistan EXPOSED! It's selling nuclear stuff to N Korea; China knew 22.6.2016 Rediff: Intl News
Even as Pakistan continues to urge the international community to accept its membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group, highly placed sources in the United States who are involved with the tracking of nuclear commerce have claimed that Islamabad is still selling nuclear materials to North Korea.
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Facing off against China in Seoul, will India secure NSG membership? 22.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Foreign Secretary FS Jaishankar rushed to Seoul ahead of the crucial plenary meet even as China said that India's bid was not on the agenda.
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FS leaves for Seoul to push for India's NSG membership 22.6.2016 Times Now: Home

FS leaves for Seoul to push for India's NSG membershipForeign Secretary S Jaishankar on Wednesday (June 22) headed for Seoul ahead of the crucial NSG Plenary from tomorrow, where India is hoping to clinch membership which is strongly opposed by China and some other countries.


CorCom opposes India's membership bid in NSG 22.6.2016 Manipur: E-Pao
CorCom opposes India's membership bid in NSG
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Strengthening energy ties with Russia to be on top of PM Narendra Modi’s agenda 22.6.2016 ET: Oil & Gas
The hydrocarbon sector has emerged as one of the three key areas of partnership with Russia, besides defence and nuclear energy.
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Door open for discussions on India's NSG bid: China 21.6.2016 DNA: Top News
China, which has been opposing India's NSG membership bid, on Tuesday for the first time said the "door is open" for discussions on the issue but took a swipe at the US for backing India, saying it was one of those who made the rule against the entry of non-NPT countries into NSG. Chinese Foreign Ministry, however, asked the 48-member NSG to "stay focussed" on whether the criteria should be changed on entry of non-NPT countries into the elite group. "I have not seen the US statement supporting India. But US is one of those who made the rule that non-NPT countries should not join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)," Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying told a media briefing. "The relevant rule was made on the principle that NPT was the cornerstone of the NSG," she said. Hua made the remarks in response to a question on US asking members of the nuclear trading club to support India's application. Later talking to Indian media, Hua said while discussions are going on among the NSG members, the ...
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India set to become member of the SCO this week 21.6.2016 Rediff: News
The SCO is increasingly seen as a counterweight to NATO and its membership will help India have a greater say in issues relating to security and defence besides combating terrorism.
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China again plays Pakistan card to deny India NSG entry 21.6.2016 Rediff: News
China's state media on Tuesday defended Pakistan's nuclear record, saying it was A Q Khan who was responsible for atomic proliferation which was not backed by the government and argued that any exemption to India for Nuclear Suppliers Group entry should also be given to Pakistan.
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India's NSG bid receives setback;China says issue not on agenda in Seoul meet 20.6.2016 DNA: Opinion
 India's hopes of making progress towards NSG membership at the plenary meeting of the 48-nation grouping which began in Seoul on Monday received a setback with China saying that this was not even on the agenda of the meeting. Nuclear Suppliers Group remains divided over non-NPT countries like India becoming its members, China's Foreign Ministry said less than 24 hours after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had exuded hope that "we would be able to convince China to support our entry to the NSG." Even as the 5-day annual NSG Plenary began in the South Korean capital, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying in Beijing said that India's admission into NSG was not on the agenda. "We understand that non-NPT countries are concerned about their entry into the NSG. But since NSG is still divided about the issue, so it is still not mature to talk about the entry issue in the annual conference in Seoul," she said. Beijing's response came a day after Swaraj at a press conference in New Delhi had ...
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China spoils India's party, says NSG entry not on Seoul meeting's agenda 20.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
China on Monday said differences remain among members of the Nuclear Suppliers Group over the inclusion of new countries and the issue was not even on the agenda of the grouping's meeting in Seoul this week, a day after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asserted that Beijing was not opposing India's entry
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NSG membership: How India countered China's Pakistan card 20.6.2016 Rediff: Columns
'The onus is now on China to explain to the world why it feels Pakistan should accompany India on the question of NSG Membership!! China's not so covert help for Pakistan's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes will stand exposed,' says former ambassador G Parthasarathy.
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