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Nalco pulls out of JV with NPCIL for nuclear power plant in Gujarat 30.5.2016 Most Popular
As per the joint venture agreement Nalco would have 26% stake in the new entity, NPCIL-Nalco Power Company
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India too has ability to target whole of Pakistan: Experts on AQ Khan`s nuclear attack threat 29.5.2016 Zee News : India National
Indian strategy experts have said that India too is capable of targetting whole of Pakistan.
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‘Pak. could have become a nuclear power in 1984’ 29.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Pak. could have become a nuclear power in 1984’
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U.S. snubs Pak. for opposing India’s NSG bid 29.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
U.S. snubs Pak. for opposing India’s NSG bid
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Nuclear-armed Pakistan can 'target' Delhi in 5 minutes: A Q Khan 29.5.2016 Latest News
Father of Pak's nuclear programme Qadeer Khan said the country could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984
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Nalco pulls out of JV with NPCIL for 1400 MW N-power plant in Gujarat 29.5.2016 All Companies Stories
As per the joint venture agreement Nalco would have 26% stake in the new entity, NPCIL-Nalco Power Company
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'Nuclear-armed Pak can 'target' Delhi in 5 minutes' 29.5.2016 TOI: Home
Nuclear-armed Pakistan has the ability to "target" the Indian capital Delhi in five minutes, the father of Pakistan's nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan has said. Khan said Pakistan could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq "opposed the move".
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'India doesn't lag in developing thorium-fuelled n-reactor' 29.5.2016 All News-IANS Stories
There is a misconception that the Indian atomic energy programme has been slow in developing breeder reactors that will be fuelled by the country's vast thorium deposits, a foremost nuclear expert says.
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'Nuclear-armed Pak can target Delhi in 5 minutes' 29.5.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Khan said Pakistan could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq 'opposed the move'.
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'India doesn't lag in developing thorium-fuelled n-reactor' 29.5.2016 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, May 29 : There is a misconception that the Indian atomic energy programme has been slow in developing breeder reactors that will be fuelled by the country's vast thorium deposits, a foremost nuclear expert says.
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Nuclear-armed Pak can 'target' Delhi in 5 minutes: A Q Khan 29.5.2016 deccanherald.com
Nuclear-armed Pakistan has the ability to "target" the Indian capital Delhi in five minutes, the father of Pakistans nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan has said. Addressing a gathering here on the 18th anniversary of Pakistans first nuclear tests, which were carried out under his supervision in 1998, Khan, said Pakistan could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq "opposed the move". The 80-year-old nuclear physicist said General Zia, who was Pakistans President from 1978 to 1988, opposed the nuclear testing as he believed that the world would intervene militarily. Further, it would have also curtailed international aid Pakistan was receiving due to the ongoing Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. "We were able and we had a plan to launch nuclear test in 1984. But President General Zia ul Haq had opposed the move," Khan said yesterday. Khan also said that Pakistan has the ability to "target" Delhi from Kahuta near Rawalpindi in five minutes. Kahuta is the ...
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Italian marine Girone returns home: Will India now get entry to the Missile Transfer Control Regime? 29.5.2016 FirstPost: World

Now that Italian marine Salvatore Girone has returned home after four years in Indian custody, will Italy relent?

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Leave Hinkley to the hedgehogs. This debacle needs to be taken in hand 29.5.2016 Guardian: Environment
Environmental protections on EDF’s troubled Somerset construction site are excellent, apparently. Very little else about the project is Have you heard about the terrific bat houses and hedgehog tunnels down at Hinkley Point in Somerset? Energy minister Andrea Leadsom has been to inspect them herself and raved about them last week to a select committee of MPs. They were evidence, she suggested, of the depth of commitment of French firm EDF to the £18bn nuclear power station due to be built on the site. Well, maybe. Talk of bats and hedgehogs at least provided some relief from the familiar crop of Hinkley news. French economy minister Emmanuel Macron said he was “fully behind” the project but EDF’s unions confirmed that they weren’t. Jean-Luc Magnaval, secretary of EDF’s workers’ committee, told the BBC that the unions “have reservations about several aspects of the project: organisation, supply chain, installation and procurement”. That’s a long ...
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Pakistan can target New Delhi from Kahuta in 5 minutes: nuclear scientist 29.5.2016 newindianexpress.com
Khan asserted. Pakistan has the ability to target Indian capital New Delhi from Kahuta near Rawalpindi in five minutes.
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Kovvada: disquiet over spread of agitation 29.5.2016 Hindu: National
People of surrounding villages fear their land will also be acquired
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Pakistan had achieved nuclear capability in 1984: Abdul Qadeer Khan 29.5.2016 Zee News : South Asia
Pakistan's Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan said General Zia ul Haq opposed nuclear testing as he believed that the world would intervene militarily.
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Officials worry over spread of agitation to new areas 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
People of surrounding villages fear their land will also be acquired
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US snubs Pak on NSG 28.5.2016 deccanherald.com
In an apparent snub to Pakistan, the United States has said India's NSG membership bid is not about an arms race, but about the peaceful use of nuclear energy. "This is not about an arms race and it's not about nuclear weapons. This is about the peaceful use of nuclear energy, and so we would certainly hope that Pakistan understands that," State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner told reporters in Washington on Friday. Pakistan is opposing India's NSG membership. He was responding to questions about India's membership application to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and opposition to it by Pakistan on the grounds that this would give pace to nuclear arms race in the region. However, the US has fingers crossed, ahead of the crucial meeting of the 48-nation NSG. "Look, all I can say is that during his visit to India in 2015, President (Barack) Obama did affirm the US view that India meets missile technology control regime requirements and is ready for membership. But it's a consensus body, so we'll ...
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Pakistan could have become a nuclear power in 1984, claims A.Q. Khan 28.5.2016 Hindu: Home
Dr. c, the father of Pakistan’s nuclear programme, on Saturday said that the country could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia-ul-Haq “opposed the move”. H...
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Pakistan achieved nuclear power in 1984, had planned nuclear test then: Abdul Qadeer Khan 28.5.2016 DNA: Mumbai
The father of Pakistan's nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan on Saturday said that the country could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq "opposed the move". He was addressing a gathering on the anniversary of first nuclear tests, which were carried out under his supervision in 1998. "We were able and we had a plan to launch nuclear test in 1984. But President General Zia ul Haq had opposed the move," said Khan. He said General Zia, who ruled Pakistan from 1979 to 1988, opposed the nuclear testing as he believed that the world would intervene militarily. Khan also said that Pakistan has the ability to target Indian capital Dehli from Kahuta near Rawalpindi in five minutes. Khan was disgraced in 2004 when he was forced to accept responsibility for proliferation and live a life of semi house arrest. He regretted the treatment and said Pakistan would never have achieved the feat of becoming first Muslim nuclear country without his "services". "We are ...
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