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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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NSG to take up Pakistan, India's membership requests this week 20.6.2016 Rediff: Intl News
According to the Dawn, Pakistan submitted its membership application on May 19, a week after India, which applied on May 12.
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LIVE! Who shall replace Rajan? 7 names in the running 19.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Nuclear fuel loading over in Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant unit 2, tests in progress 17.6.2016 ET: Power
The loading of the enriched uranium in the reactor of the second unit of the Indo-Russian joint venture project was taken up last month.
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IOC-led consortium to buy 24% stake in Vankor oil field 17.6.2016 ET: Oil & Gas
The recoverable resources of the Vankor field as of January 1 stood at 361 million tonnes of oil and condensate and 138 billion cubic meters of gas.
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Why India needs a national security strategy 17.6.2016 Rediff: News
'Ensuring through diplomatic means and in conjunction with strategic partners that India will not be required to fight a simultaneous two-front war with China and Pakistan.'
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Namibia assures supply of uranium to India 17.6.2016 Rediff: News
Speaking at the State Banquet hosted in the honour of President Pranab Mukherjee, Namibian President Hage Geingob said Namibia commends India's commitment towards peaceful use of nuclear energy.
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China investment in French grid would be sensitive issue - RTE chief 17.6.2016 Sify Finance
By Geert De Clercq
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India, Namibia decide to iron out issues over uranium supply 16.6.2016 ET: Foreign Trade
The issue came up for discussion during bilateral talks between President Mukherjee and Namibian President Hage G Geingob.
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India's NSG entry will shake strategic balance in South Asia: Chinese media 16.6.2016 DNA: Top News
India's entry into the NSG will "shake" the strategic balance in South Asia and make it a "legitimate" nuclear power, leaving behind China's all-weather ally Pakistan, Chinese official media said on Thursday as it kept up its strident stand against India's inclusion in the grouping. In a second article in as many days, state-run 'Global Times' highlighted China's vocal opposition to India's entry into the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and concerns that its all weather-ally Pakistan will be left behind because "entry into the NSG will make it (India) a 'legitimate nuclear power'". India's entry into the NSG will "shake strategic balance in South Asia and even cast a cloud over peace and stability in the entire Asia-Pacific region", the article said. It, however, said China could support India's inclusion in the nuclear club if it "played by the rules". "The major goal for India's NSG ambition is to obtain an edge over Islamabad in nuclear capabilities. Once New Delhi gets the membership first, ...
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Westinghouse funding: MEA panel to finalize details 16.6.2016 ET: Foreign Trade
Centre has set up an inter-agency committee to work out the details of the financing structure for six Westinghouse AP-1000 nuclear reactors.
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India's entry into NSG will break India-Pak nuclear balance 16.6.2016 Times Now: Home

India's entry into NSG will break India-Pak nuclear balanceAcknowledging that India is "inching closer" to get membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, Chinese official media on Thursday (June 16) said if New Delhi is admitted into the elite grouping, "nuclear balance" between India and Pakistan will be broken.


The reason China opposes India's NSG bid 16.6.2016 Rediff: News
Stating that India's entry into Nuclear Suppliers Group will "shake strategic balance in South Asia and even cast a cloud over peace and stability in the entire Asia-Pacific region", an article in the state-run 'Global Times' however said China could support India's inclusion in the 48 member nuclear club if it "played by rules".
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Anant Geete Highlights Two Years Initiatives and Achievements of Ministry of Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises 15.6.2016 Govt of india: PIB
Anant Geete Highlights Two Years Initiatives and Achievements of Ministry of Heavy Industry & Public
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TN Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa meets PM Narendra Modi 14.6.2016 Times Now: Home

TN Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa meets PM Narendra ModiOn her first visit after her second consecutive election victory, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Tuesday (June 14) met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and submitted a memorandum demanding among other things formation of Cauvery Management Board and a water regulation committee.


GST, fishermen on Jaya's 29-page memorandum to Modi 14.6.2016 Rediff: News
Interlinking of rivers, retrieval of Katchatheevu island and inclusion of fishermen in the Scheduled Tribes list are also listed in the memorandum.
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