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  • israel s peres says attack on iran more and more likely

    Israel's Peres Says Attack On Iran 'More And More Likely'

    World | November 06, 2011 18:01 IST

    Jerusalem, Nov 6: Israeli President Shimon Peres has warned that an attack on Iran was “more and more likely,” days before a report by the UN nuclear watchdog on Iran's nuclear programme.He told Israeli private

  • india to join icbm league soon with russian help

    India To Join ICBM League Soon With Russian Help

    India | October 08, 2011 16:04 IST

    New Delhi, Oct 8: India is all set to join the select group of nations capable of launching nuclear strikes across continent, reports The Pioneer.With Russia ready to provide the cutting-edge “seeker” technology for India's

  • prithvi 2 missile displays accuracy in test fire

    Prithvi 2 Missile Displays Accuracy In Test-Fire

    India | September 26, 2011 15:41 IST

    Balasore (Orissa), Sept 26: Displaying high accuracy, India's nuclear-capable Prithvi-II ballistic missile, with a striking range of 350 km, was today successfully test-fired as part of user trial by the armed forces from Chandipur near

  • nuclear capable prithvi ii missile test fired

    Nuclear Capable Prithvi-II Missile Test-Fired

    India | June 09, 2011 11:50 IST

    Balasore (Orissa), Jun 9 : India today test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear-capable Prithvi-II ballistic missile from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur near here as part of the user trial by the Army. “The missile

  • india kazakhstan sign nuclear oil pacts

    India, Kazakhstan Sign Nuclear, Oil Pacts

    World | April 16, 2011 15:24 IST

    Astana, Apr 16: Embarking on an ambitious roadmap to consolidate their strategic partnership, India and Kazakhstan today signed seven pacts, including a framework agreement in civil nuclear field and a stake-sharing accord in oil sector,

  • workers evacuated from japan s n plant amid radiation fears

    Workers Evacuated From Japan's N-Plant Amid Radiation Fears

    World | March 27, 2011 21:52 IST

    Tokyo/Fukushima, Mar 27: Workers were evacuated from the tsunami-damaged Fukushima nuclear plant today after radiation levels surged 10 million times higher than usual, dealing a major blow to efforts to avoid a meltdown of the

  • a week after quake japan s leader vows to rebuild

    A Week After Quake, Japan's Leader Vows To Rebuild

    World | March 19, 2011 8:59 IST

    Tokyo, Mar 19: One week after an earthquake and tsunami spawned a nuclear crisis, the Japanese government conceded it was slow to respond to the disaster and welcomed ever-growing help from the United States in

  • japan warns of 2nd explosion at n plant toll cross 10 000

    Japan Warns Of 2nd Explosion At N-Plant; Toll Cross 10,000

    World | March 13, 2011 18:02 IST

    Tokyo, Mar 13: Japan today warned of another explosion at Fukushima plant as it battled hard to avert multiple meltdowns at two of its nuclear reactors damaged by the devastating tsunami triggered earthquake amid fears

  • no radioactive leaks at tohoku nuke plants

    No Radioactive Leaks At Tohoku Nuke Plants

    World | March 11, 2011 14:49 IST

    Tokyo, March 11 : The Japanese government's Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency has said no abnormal levels of radiation have been reported at four nuclear power plants in the quake-hit Tohoku region. Tokyo-based NHK news agency

  • pak in damage control mode

    Pak In Damage Control Mode

    World | November 29, 2010 21:08 IST

    Islamabad, Nov 29: Pakistan today criticised Wikileak's release of secret US diplomatic cables which raise concerns that radioactive material in nuclear power stations could be used in terror attacks and cast a shadow on its

  • india won t amend nuclear liability bill

    India Won't Amend Nuclear Liability Bill'

    India | October 24, 2010 22:22 IST

    India on Sunday, categorically ruled out any change in the Nuclear Liability Act as a precursor to United States President Barack Obama's maiden visit to India that begins on November 5.Sources here said that India

  • iran s nuclear plant to start operations

    Iran's Nuclear Plant To Start Operations

    World | August 21, 2010 17:02 IST

    Tehran:  Iranian and Russian engineers began loading fuel into Iran's first nuclear power plant on Saturday, a major milestone as Tehran forges ahead with its atomic programme despite UN Sanctions.The weeklong operation to load uranium

  • us hints at possible nuclear deal with pakistan

    US Hints At Possible Nuclear Deal With Pakistan

    World | July 22, 2010 12:52 IST

    The United States has promised to work with Pakistan on the civil nuclear energy front and try to overcome the 'obstacles' that come in the way, as it seeks clarifications from Beijing over its atomic

  • india test fires nuclear capable agni i ballistic missile

    India Test-Fires Nuclear-Capable Agni-I Ballistic Missile

    India | March 28, 2010 17:40 IST

    India on Sunday  successfully test-fired its nuclear-capable, 700-km range ballistic missile Agni-I from Wheeler Island off the Orissa coast, a day after launching two other short-range missiles. "It was a fantastic mission carried out by

  • us nuclear team already in islamabad says journalist

    US Nuclear Team Already In Islamabad, Says Journalist Seymour Hersh

    World | November 16, 2009 10:26 IST

    Pulitzer prize winning American journalist Seymour Hersh has claimed that an elite US special forces squad which operates covertly and includes terrorism and non-proliferation experts from the US intelligence community — the Pentagon, the FBI,

  • pak gives us a peep into its nuclear arsenal reveals

    Pak Gives US A Peep Into Its Nuclear Arsenal, Reveals Seymour Hersh

    World | November 10, 2009 16:27 IST

    The Obama administration has been negotiating highly sensitive understandings with the Pakistan army,  the influential magazine ‘The New Yorker' says in a detailed report by world famous Pulitzer prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh, published in

  • are pakistan s nuclear weapons really safe

    Are Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons Really Safe?

    World | October 13, 2009 15:41 IST

    An audacious weekend assault by Islamic militants on Pakistan's army headquarters is again raising fears of an insurgent attack on the country's nuclear weapons installation. Pakistan has sought to protect its nuclear weapons from attack

  • nkorea willing to return to nuclear talks

    Nkorea Willing To Return To Nuclear Talks

    World | October 06, 2009 10:02 IST

    North Korea on tuesday expressed willingness to return to six-nation nuclear disarmament negotiations it quit six months ago, but only after it talks directly to the United States to improve "hostile relations".  Leader Kim Jong-Il

  • un atomic chief in iran for talks on new nuclear plant

    UN Atomic Chief In Iran For Talks On New Nuclear Plant

    World | October 04, 2009 2:31 IST

    The head of the United Nations atomic watchdog arrived in Tehran on Saturday to pave the way for a visit by UN inspectors to Iran's new uranium enrichment plant at the holy city of Qom,

  • pm worried over threat of nuclear terrorism

    PM Worried Over Threat Of Nuclear Terrorism

    India | September 29, 2009 7:46 IST

    Maintaining that the spectre of nuclear terrorism is a formidable challenge, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday supported strengthening of global efforts in improving nuclear security and welcomed US President Barack Obama's initiative to hold

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