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Faux pas: Rajnath says India to make N-weapons with France 30.5.2015 TOI: India
Faux pas: Rajnath says India to make N-weapons with France
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No Radioactivity leakage from the consignment arrived by Turkish Airlines on 29.05.2015 at Indira Gandhi Cargo Terminal, New Delhi 30.5.2015 Govt of india: PIB
No Radioactivity leakage from the consignment arrived by Turkish Airlines on 29.05.2015 at Indira Gandhi Cargo Terminal, New Delhi
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IGI airport scare: No leak of radioactive substance, says Atomic Energy Regulatory Board 29.5.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
A scare at Delhis Indira Gandhi International Airport over a leak of radioactive material turned out to be a false alarm on Friday as authorities sounded the all ...
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IGI airport scare: No leak of radioactive substance, says Atomic... - Hindustan Times 29.5.2015
IGI airport scare: No leak of radioactive substance, says Atomic... Hindustan Times A scare at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport over a leak of radioactive material turned out to be a false alarm on Friday as authorities sounded the all clear. Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the airport's operator, had reported earlier that ...
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UPDATE 2-No radiation found after scare at India's Delhi airport 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
(Updates with no radiation leak)
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IGI airport scare: No leak of radioactive substance, say AERB, Delhi government 29.5.2015 ET: Transportation
The authorities at the airport had cordoned off the cargo area and all the staff have been evacuated. The cargo operations were also suspended as a precautionary measure.
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Radioactive leak: Substance a nuclear medicine, says AERB 29.5.2015 DNA: Top News
The radioactive substance, which leaked at the cargo complex of IGI Airport here, is sodium iodide, a nuclear medicine, the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) on Friday said. Sources in the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) said the radioactive substance is a "permissible" one and "tolerable" to the human body. "Our team is already at the site and the area has been cordoned off. The substance is Sodium Iodide 131, which is a nuclear medicine. It is a localised leak and our team has to open the cargo to know more about it," AERB Vice-Chairman R Bhattacharya said. Sodium Iodide 131 is a medicine used to treat hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) and some cases of thyroid cancer. "Sodium Iodide 131 is produced by keeping Tellurium in a nuclear reactor for eight days. We also produce this medicine in India with the help of Dhruva reactor and send to 120 centres. "When the airport authorities detected leak from three packets (which had come from Turkey), they alerted the emergency response team... ...
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Radioactive drug sparks panic at IGI Airport 29.5.2015 Telegraph: Front Page
Radioactive material leaked out of a container brought in by a Turkish Airlines freight plane at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, government and airport officials said, adding it had been contained.
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Radioactive leak at Indira Gandhi International Airport's cargo terminal 29.5.2015 ET: Transportation
The leak was found in a medical consignment, a source at the airport said, adding that site had been cordoned off by emergency services.
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Asian imports of Iran crude rise to 4-month high in April 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
* Asia imported 1.17 mln bpd Iranian oil in April * India returned to Iran for imports after hiatus * Exports unlikely to jump after deal reached By Aaron Sheldrick TOKYO, May
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Radioactive leak in Delhi was sodium iodide - regulator 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
NEW DELHI, May 29 (Reuters) - The leak of radioactive material on Friday at Delhi's international airport was of sodium iodide 131, an official at India's Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) told
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Delhi: Radioactive leakage detected at IGI airport, Rajnath says it's plugged 29.5.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
nbspA radioactive leak suspected to be from medical equipment stored in a Turkish Airlines flight was detected at Delhis international airport on Friday sparking panic and prompting authorities to cordon off the cargo area But the leakage was later plugged said PTI quoting Union minister Rajnath ...
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India can't do without coal, for now (Special to IANS) (First of a three-part series) 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
/IndiaSpend) Coal generates over 75 percent of India's electricity and is among the cheapest energy sources available. Its main advantage over other feasible alternatives is that it is largely immune to interference from nature -- quakes, floods, droughts-economic vagaries and artificial accidents.
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CORRECTED-Nikkei ekes out gains, may extend winning streak to 11th day 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
(Corrects fourth paragraph to say Nikkei has gained 5.6 percent so far in May, not in June) * Nikkei may extend rally into 11th day, longest since 1988 * Market looks set to log fifth
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Nikkei ekes out gains, may extend winning streak to 11th day 29.5.2015 Sify Finance
* Nikkei may extend rally into 11th day, longest since 1988 * Market looks set to log fifth straight month of gains * Power, gas companies one of the best performer this month *
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From the archive, 29 May 1998: Fury at Pakistan's nuclear tests 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Pakistan responds to India’s nuclear tests by entering the region’s arms race

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The art of North Korea's nuclear brinkmanship 29.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
A string of recent missile launches may have been faked, but the country is a nuclear power that requires diplomatic engagement argues Robert E McCoy North Korea’s press office announced earlier this month that Kim Jong-un had personally supervised the firing of a new submarine-based missile . The news was soon followed by more footage from state media claiming to evidence another ballistic missile launch, but experts have since voiced doubts over the authenticity of the images . These ​events suggest that North Korea has ​outmanoeuvred western powers for over 25 years Perhaps it’s time to ​admit that North Korea is indeed a nuclear ...
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'Modi is not entirely free of the RSS, but he is not dictated to' 28.5.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'Modi's victory is his own victory. Now what he has done thereafter, it seems to me, leads us to believe that he was a bit too prolific with his promises.'
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Pakistan hangs 8 including three plane hijackers 28.5.2015 TOI: Pakistan
Three Baloch insurgents, who hijacked a PIA plane in 1998 and tried to take it to India, were among eight prisoners who were executed on Thursday in different jails in ...
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From ‘Sharm’ to pride: A case of PM Modi’s inspired diplomacy 28.5.2015 TOI: India
No one thought that overall foreign policy would be given so much importance by Prime Minister ...
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