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Pak nuclear weapons can be stolen by terrorists

The Atlantic and the National Journal reported that the US raid that killed al-Qaida chief

Pakistan may collapse in 6 months

Nuclear arms owning Pakistan, which is also home to al-Qaida and Taliban terrorists, could collapse within six months in the

President Bush signs N-Deal bill

US President Bush signed the nuclear deal bill into domestic law at a brief White House ceremony on Wednesday. He

Center warns of more ISI backed terror acts

The Union Home Ministry has expressed more concern over ISI backed terror modules right from J&K down to Southern States

India and US working on revised draft for NSG approval

India and the US are working on a new draft text for Nuclear Supply Group (NSG) waiver. The new

Nuclear Supply Group meet today on Indo-US N-Deal

The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) meets today at the Japanese mission in Vienna to decide to grant exemption to

Pakistan opposes Indo-US Nuclear Deal

Pakistan has circulated a letter to the Board members of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) expressing concern that if the

Manmohan Singh going ahead with Indo-US Deal

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet US President George W Bush on July 9 on the sidelines of the G-8

Kalam favours Indo-US Nuclear Deal

Former President A P J Abdul Kalam, on Thursday favoured India signing the nuclear deal with the U.S.A., saying that

RJD & DMK extend support for N-Deal

Reeling from the relentless opposition from the Left parties, the UPA government unexpectedly received vociferous support on Thursday from RJD

Left parties adamant over Nuclear deal

The stalemate between Left and the UPA over Indo-US nuclear deal continued in today’s meeting. The Left parties have asked

US India Nuclear deal is dead

The Indo-US nuclear deal that remained stalled due to domestic politics in India is almost certainly dead, a senior American

N Deal may be operational before UPA tenure

With the Left parties unrelenting on their opposition to the Indo-US nuclear deal, the government on Tuesday said there was