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US, Canada and Mexico pledge to boost clean energy 28.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
US, Canada and Mexico pledge to boost clean energy
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New method for helium exploration developed 28.6.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A team of researchers has developed a new approach to find natural researves of helium -- a key element in MRI scanners, welding, industrial leak detection and nuclear energy -- the known reserves of which are quickly running out.
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China blocking India's NSG entry 'morally legitimate': Chinese media 28.6.2016 All Current Affairs Stories
An editorial in the Global Times said that it was rules, not China, that prevented India's entry into the 48-nation elite nuclear trading body
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Don't throw tantrum after NSG setback: Chinese daily 28.6.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A Chinese daily on Tuesday urged India not to throw tantrum after failing to join the NSG and said Western adulation had made New Delhi "a bit smug in international affairs".
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New method for helium exploration developed 28.6.2016 New Kerala: World News
London, June 28 : A team of researchers has developed a new approach to find natural researves of helium -- a key element in MRI scanners, welding, industrial leak detection and nuclear energy -- the known reserves of which are quickly running out.
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India Joins M.T.C.R 28.6.2016 Central Chronicle » Editorial
India on June 27 joined 34- Nation Missile Technology Control Regime (M.T.C.R) and it is... more »
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'India is spoiled, smug, self-centered, self-righteous' 28.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
The Chinese state media on Tuesday labelled India as a spoiled, smug, self-centered, self-righteous nation after Beijing faced massive criticism for blocking New Delhi's bid for membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group.
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At least 10 countries opposed India’s NSG bid at Seoul, says Global Times editorial 28.6.2016 Hindu: International
Says ‘nationalists’ in India are yet to develop a mindset befitting the citizenry of a ‘major power’
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US, Canada and Mexico pledge to boost clean energy 28.6.2016 Latest News
Mexico will also join an existing commitment by the US and Canada to reduce production of methane by 40% to 45% of its 2012 level by 2025
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LIVE! Kupwara encounter ends; 1 terrorist eliminated 28.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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‘India’s aspirations for full NSG membership likely to hit NPT roadblock’ 28.6.2016 Hindu: News
The strong structural linkage between the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is likely to undermine India’s effort to become a formal member of the 48-member...
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Another twist in row over Kovvada n-plant 28.6.2016 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Farmers seek compensation on a par with their Bhogapuram counterparts
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Rebuff from NSG is of India's own making 27.6.2016 Rediff: Columns
Immediate NSG membership will not help India realise its nuclear ambitions any faster.
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India joins group that control global missile technology sale 27.6.2016 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, June 27 : Days after the setback at the Nuclear Suppliers Group due to China's opposition, India on Monday became the 35th member of a global anti-proliferation bloc, the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR). This will not only ensure access to high-end missile technology but also enable the country to sell indigenous BrahMos missiles internationally.
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India deserves to be in NSG, the US will work for it, says Ambassador Richard Verma 27.6.2016 FirstPost: World

The US is "disappointed" that India was not admitted to NSG during its recent plenary in Seoul, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma said on Monday.

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Radioactive fallout of Fukushima accident concentrated in glassy soot' 27.6.2016 New Kerala: World News
Washington D.C., June 27 : Most of the radioactive fallout, which landed on downtown Tokyo a few days after the Fukushima accident, was concentrated and deposited in non-soluble glass microparticles, as a type of 'glassy soot'.
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India deserves to be in NSG, the US will work for it: US envoy 27.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
The US envoy asserted that US will continue to work with all the members of 48-nation grouping on India's accession
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PM confident on NSG, says process has begun on positive note 27.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
Modi said India has a number of problems with China and efforts are on to resolve them one-by-one through talks.
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India deserves to be in NSG, the US will work for it: envoy 27.6.2016 deccanherald.com
The US is "disappointed" that India was not admitted to NSG during its recent plenary in Seoul, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma said today but asserted that it will continue to work with all the members of 48-nation grouping on Indias accession in the months ahead. Referring to Indo-US civil nuclear cooperation, he said the two sides have moved forward on a 15-year project to build six Westinghouse reactors producing power for some 60 million people. "This is a deal that had been pending for 10 years, and we were pleased to see it move even closer to fruition." Addressing the Atlantic Council US-India Trade Initiative workshop, Verma talked about the US strong support for Indias role in global institutions, like having a seat on a reformed UN security council. "We continued to welcome Indias interest in APEC, and we strongly affirmed our support for Indias accession into the multi-lateral export control regimes," he added. "With regard to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), six years ago, President ...
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PM confident on NSG, says process has begun on positive note 27.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Notwithstanding China objecting to Indias entry into Nuclear Suppliers Group, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today exuded confidence that the country will get membership of the bloc and the process for it has begun on a "positive note". Modi said India has a number of problems with China and efforts are on to resolve them one-by-one through talks. Asked during an interview whether he was disappointed as China blocked Indias bid for membership of the NSG and how close it was to getting it, Modi only said things will move forward as per rules. The Prime Minister said successive governments have made consistent efforts for getting membership of the UN Security Council, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and NSG "First thing is that India has taken up such efforts consistently whichever government was in power -- be it membership of UN Security Council, SCO or MTCR or NSG. All of us made efforts. "It is not only this government which has done this. This is in ...
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