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The new red line 28.8.2015 Telegraph: Opinion
Ever since President Bill Clinton decided that Kashmir was the "world's most dangerous place"- a realization that abruptly dawned after the nuclear tests of 1998 - the quest for an India-Pakistan settlement has been transformed into a thriving cottage industry. 
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Pakistan to get 350 nuclear weapons in 5-10 years: Washington Post 27.8.2015 Asian Age: International
Pakistan could have at least 350 nuclear weapons within next five to 10 years, the Washington Post reported on Thursday. Citing a report by two American think tanks, the Post reported that Pakistan may be building 20 nuclear warheads annually and could have the world’s third-largest nuclear stockpile within a decade. The report written by Toby Dalton, co-director of the Carnegie Endowment’s nuclear policy programme, and Michael Krepon, co-founder of the Stimson Centre, asserts Pakistan would then probably possess more nuclear weapons than any country except the United States and Russia, which each have thousands of nuclear bombs. The report says that Pakistan is outpacing India in the development of nuclear warheads as analysts estimate that Pakistan has about 120 nuclear warheads, while India has about 100. In the coming years, the report states, Pakistan’s advantage could grow dramatically because it has a large stockpile of highly-enriched uranium that could be used to quickly produce low-yield ...
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Sartaj Aziz's nuke threat to India is a leaf from non-state actors' abuse manual - Firstpost 27.8.2015
Sartaj Aziz's nuke threat to India is a leaf from non-state actors' abuse manual Firstpost Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz has acted in keeping with his position by reminding India that Pakistan is a nuclear power. He seems to have very responsibly tried to convey to India what his country's so called "non-state actors" have ...
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Pakistan to get 350 nuclear weapons in 5-10 years: Washington Post 27.8.2015 Asian Age: International
Pakistan could have at least 350 nuclear weapons within next five to 10 years, the Washington Post reported on Thursday. Citing a report by two American think tanks, the Post reported that Pakistan may be building 20 nuclear warheads annually and could have the world’s third-largest nuclear stockpile within a decade. The report written by Toby Dalton, co-director of the Carnegie Endowment’s nuclear policy programme, and Michael Krepon, co-founder of the Stimson Centre, asserts Pakistan would then probably possess more nuclear weapons than any country except the United States and Russia, which each have thousands of nuclear bombs. The report says that Pakistan is outpacing India in the development of nuclear warheads as analysts estimate that Pakistan has about 120 nuclear warheads, while India has about 100. In the coming years, the report states, Pakistan’s advantage could grow dramatically because it has a large stockpile of highly-enriched uranium that could be used to quickly produce low-yield ...
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VPT ready to build captive jetty for NTPC’s Pudimadaka plant 27.8.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
VPT ready to build captive jetty for NTPC’s Pudimadaka plant
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Outpacing India, Pakistan May Get 3rd Largest Nuclear Arsenal: Report 27.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
Analysts estimate Pakistan currently has 120 nuclear heads while India has around 100 and that Pakistan could have 350 weapons in a decade.
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Sartaj Aziz’s nuke threat to India a leaf from non-state actors’ abuse manual 27.8.2015 FirstPost: World

Pakistan rulers have been, for years, nurturing their terror establishment with the sole objective of ‘bleeding India with a thousand cuts’.

The post Sartaj Aziz’s nuke threat to India a leaf from non-state actors’ abuse manual appeared first on Firstpost.

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'Pak's nuclear arsenal could be world's 3rd-largest in decade' 27.8.2015 deccanherald.com
Pakistan is on course of having about 350 nuclear weapons in about a decade, the worlds third-largest stockpile after the US and Russia and twice that of India, two major American think-tanks said today. "In the next five to 10 years Pakistan could have a nuclear arsenal not only twice the size of Indias but also larger than those of the United Kingdom, China, and France, giving it the third-largest arsenal behind the United States and Russia," said a report by two renowned scholars Tom Dalton and Michael Krepon. The 48-page report titled A Normal Nuclear Pakistan by the Stimson Center and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace says that the growth path of Pakistans nuclear arsenal, enabled by existing infrastructure goes well beyond the assurances of credible minimal deterrence provided by Pakistani officials and analysts after testing nuclear devices. "If Pakistan continues on its current path, and if there is no reassessment of its presumed need to compete effectively with India, in 10 years ...
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Outpacing India, Pakistan may get 3rd largest nuclear arsenal: Report 27.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Aug 27 : Far outpacing India in the development of nuclear warheads, Pakistan could have at least 350 nuclear weapons within a decade, making it the world's third largest nuclear arsenal, according to a new report.
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'President Kalam was a very courageous person' 27.8.2015 Rediff: News
'President Kalam would always say -- this was one of his pet sentences -- that "If you don't do anything, there will be no difficulties but if you do things, there will be difficulties. You have to overcome them. Don't be afraid of difficulties".'
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What will happen to oil and gas workers as the world turns carbon neutral? 27.8.2015 Guardian: Environment

Building a wind farm or solar energy project is nothing professionals in fossil fuels can’t manage, but there are too few programmes to help them retrain

Adriaan Kamp used to be a die-hard oilman. After 17 years at Anglo-Dutch oil company Shell, the 54-year-old Dutchman now runs a consultancy based in Oslo advising national governments on transitioning to cleaner energy.

“In 2007 to 2008, we were looking at future energy scenarios in the Shell Group [and] there was a question on my desk about how do we play with renewables,” he says. “And from there, the journey started.”

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Kazakhstan to host first IAEA-managed nuclear fuel bank 27.8.2015 Zee News : World
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Kazakhstan signed an agreement on Thursday to locate the world`s first bank of low-enriched uranium (LEU) in the ex-Soviet nation to ensure fuel supplies for nuclear power stations and encourage nuclear non-proliferation.
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VPT ready to build captive jetty for NTPC’s Pudimadaka plant 27.8.2015 Hindu: Visakhapatnam
The Visakhapatnam Port Trust, which is on a massive expansion mode, has expressed its willingness to develop a captive jetty at Pudimadaka, about 60 km from here, to handle imported coal required f...
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Interactive energy planning tool developed by NITI Aayog 26.8.2015 Zee News : Science and Technology
The NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Aayog, which has replaced the Planning Commission, on Tuesday said it has developed an interactive energy planning tool, which aims to explore a range of potential future energy scenarios for India up to 2047.
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NITI Aayog to launch interactive energy platform on August 27 25.8.2015 ET: Policy
NITI Aayog today said it will launch on Thursday an interactive energy planning tool called "India Energy Security Scenarios (IESS) 2047".
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Interactive energy planning tool developed by NITI Aayog 25.8.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The NITI (NationalInstitution for Transforming India) Aayog, which has replaced the Planning Commission, on Tuesday said it has developed an interactive energy planning tool, which aims to explore a range of potential future energy scenarios for ...
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Interactive energy planning tool developed by NITI Aayog 25.8.2015 Sify Finance
The NITI (NationalInstitution for Transforming India) Aayog, which has replaced the Planning Commission, on Tuesday said it has developed an interactive energy planning tool, which aims to explore a range of potential future energy scenarios for India up to 2047.
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Interactive energy planning tool developed by NITI Aayog 25.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
New Delhi, Aug 25 : The NITI (NationalInstitution for Transforming India) Aayog, which has replaced the Planning Commission, on Tuesday said it has developed an interactive energy planning tool, which aims to explore a range of potential future energy scenarios for India up to 2047.
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NITI Aayog to launch India Energy Security Scenario- An Interactive Energy Platform on August 27,2015 25.8.2015 Govt of india: PIB
NITI Aayog has developed an energy scenario building tool-India Energy Security Scenarios (IESS) 2047. The tool aims to explore a range of potential future energy scenarios for India, for diverse energy demand and supply sectors leading up to 2047.
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Make me PM, will see Lalu bomb against Pak's N bomb : Lalu Prasad 25.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
Patna, Aug 25 : Slamming the Prime Minister for the failure in getting Pakistan on negotiation table, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav has said t Narendra Modi cannot run the country, media reports said.
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