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‘US considered nuclear strike against Afghanistan post 9/11’ 30.8.2015 Hindu: News
Michael Steiner, a senior German diplomat revealed that a nuclear strike against Afghanistan was on the table in Washington, in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.Mr. Stein...
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US Considered Nuking Afghanistan Post 9/11: Michael Steiner 30.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
Steiner, the current German ambassador to India, served as foreign and security policy aide to then-German Chancellor Gerhard Schroder at the time of the 9/11 attacks.
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Skeptical Sompeta refuses to celebrate till it sees GO 30.8.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Skeptical Sompeta refuses to celebrate till it sees GO
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Goyal confident of power generation doubling in 7 years 29.8.2015 Sify Finance
India will be able to double its power generation in the next seven years, Union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
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Union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal confident of doubling power generation in 7 years 29.8.2015 ET: Power
India will be able to double its power generation in the next seven years, Union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
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Power min Goyal says India will double power generation to two trillion units in 7 years 29.8.2015 FirstPost: Bollywood

Raises concern over thousands of crores of rupees spent on the costly diesel-generated power

The post Power min Goyal says India will double power generation to two trillion units in 7 years appeared first on Firstpost.

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India will double power generation in next seven years: Piyush Goyal 29.8.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
India will be able to double its power generation in the next seven years, Union Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
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Search boat to be stationed at KKNPP jetty 29.8.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
‘Boat for Tirunelveli district anchored at Chinna Muttom’
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Pak NSA Sartaj Aziz’s nuclear threat to India is a leaf from non-state actors abuse manual 28.8.2015 FirstPost: World

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

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Russian opposition leader arrested in Finland 28.8.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Russian opposition leader Vasili Popov has been detained by Finnish police at the request of Russian authorities, Finnish media reported on Friday.
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US cautions Pakistan over brandishing of nuclear status 28.8.2015 Zee News : India National
With Pakistan brandishing its nuclear status in the wake of cancellation of Indo-Pak talks, the US has cautioned that such statements would not help reduce tensions between the two countries. The US also asked India and Pakistan to resolve their long-standing issues through constructive dialogue.
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US cautions Pakistan over brandishing of nuclear status 28.8.2015 TOI: Pakistan
With Pakistan brandishing its nuclear status in the wake of cancellation of Indo-Pak talks, the US has cautioned that such statements would not help reduce tensions between the two ...
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Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz's nuclear threat to India is a leaf from non-state ... - Firstpost 28.8.2015 Google News India
Pakistan NSA Sartaj Aziz's nuclear threat to India is a leaf from non-state ... 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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NITI Aayog Unveils Second Version of Energy Tool IESS 2047 28.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
The energy supply sectors in focus are solar, wind, bio fuels, oil and gas, coal and nuclear power and the demand sectors include transport, industry, agriculture, cooking and lighting appliances.
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NITI Aayog unveils second version of energy tool IESS 2047 28.8.2015 ET: Power
The tool aims to scan a range of potential future energy scenarios for India for diverse energy demand and supply sectors leading up to 2047.
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NITI Aayog launches India Energy Security Scenarios 2047 - An Interactive Energy Platform 28.8.2015 Govt of india: PIB
NITI Aayog launched the second version of the India Energy Security Scenarios 2047 calculator (IESS 2047), an open source web based tool.
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US asks Pakistan to show 'restraint' in expanding nuclear power 28.8.2015 Asian Age: International
File photo of a Pakistani Shaheen II missile is displayed during the Pakistan National Day parade in Islamabad, Pakistan The report said that Pakistan will retain its capabilities for the foreseeable future Washington: The US has asked Pakistan and all other nuclear-armed countries to exercise "restraint" in expanding their nuclear capabilities after two American think-tanks said Pakistan could have the third largest stockpile of atomic weapons in about a decade. "We continue to urge all nuclear-capable states, including Pakistan, to exercise restraint regarding furthering their nuclear capabilities," State Department spokesman John Kirby said on Thursday. He was responding to a question on a latest report by two top American think-tank, according to which in a decade or so, Pakistan would have more than 350 nuclear weapons that would be third largest stockpile of nuclear weapons after the United State and Russia. The 48-page report titled "A Normal Nuclear Pakistan" by two renowned scholars Tom Dalton ...
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US asks Pakistan to show 'restraint' in expanding nuclear power 28.8.2015 Asian Age: International
File photo of a Pakistani Shaheen II missile is displayed during the Pakistan National Day parade in Islamabad, Pakistan The report said that Pakistan will retain its capabilities for the foreseeable future Washington: The US has asked Pakistan and all other nuclear-armed countries to exercise "restraint" in expanding their nuclear capabilities after two American think-tanks said Pakistan could have the third largest stockpile of atomic weapons in about a decade. "We continue to urge all nuclear-capable states, including Pakistan, to exercise restraint regarding furthering their nuclear capabilities," State Department spokesman John Kirby said on Thursday. He was responding to a question on a latest report by two top American think-tank, according to which in a decade or so, Pakistan would have more than 350 nuclear weapons that would be third largest stockpile of nuclear weapons after the United State and Russia. The 48-page report titled "A Normal Nuclear Pakistan" by two renowned scholars Tom Dalton ...
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US asks Pak to show 'restraint' in expanding nuclear power 28.8.2015 deccanherald.com
The US has asked Pakistan and all other nuclear-armed countries to exercise "restraint" in expanding their nuclear capabilities after two American think-tanks said Pakistan could have the third largest stockpile of atomic weapons in about a decade. "We continue to urge all nuclear-capable states, including Pakistan, to exercise restraint regarding furthering their nuclear capabilities," State Department spokesman John Kirby said yesterday. He was responding to a question on a latest report by two top American think-tank, according to which in a decade or so, Pakistan would have more than 350 nuclear weapons that would be third largest stockpile of nuclear weapons after the United State and Russia. The 48-page report titled "A Normal Nuclear Pakistan" by two renowned scholars Tom Dalton and Michael Krepon of Stimson Center and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace - says that the growth path of the countrys nuclear arsenal, enabled by existing infrastructure, goes well beyond the assurances of ...
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US asks Pak to show 'restraint' in expanding nuclear power 28.8.2015 Rediff: News
The report said that Pakistan will retain its capabilities for the foreseeable future as a necessary deterrent against perceived existential threats from India.
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