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'High inflation rate is temporary' 26.6.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Ahmedabad/ Union minister for science and technology and earth sciences Dr Harsh Vardhan on Saturday described the high inflation rate as a temporary phenomenon which was also there during the previous (UPA) regime.
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Second unit of Koodankulam project all set to attain criticality this week 26.6.2016 The New Indian Express - Tamil Nadu - http://newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/
Mandatory tests in primary and secondary systems conducted; officials await AERB clearance.
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Negotiations with NSG were badly conducted: Srinivasan 26.6.2016 Hindu: National
Former Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission of India, M.R. Srinivasan said that the government could have handled the negotiations with the NSG over its membership much better. His remarks ove...
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Push for NSG entry ill-advised: AEC scientist 25.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Noted scientist and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) member M R Srinivasan on Saturday said Centre's push to gain NSG membership was "unnecessary, unwarranted and ill-advised". His statements came a day after India failed in its bid to clinch membership of the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). The AEC, a body under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), would have advised the government to desist from such a move had it been consulted, he said. Srinivasan, a former chairman of the AEC, which looks after atomic energy activities in the country, argued that NSG membership does not make a difference to India's nuclear commerce as New Delhi has signed agreements with other countries for supply of reactors and uranium. "Unnecessarily, India made a big hype about this admission into the NSG. It was completely unnecessary because the 2008 waiver was already enabling us to have nuclear commerce with nuclear advanced countries and we already have agreements with Russia, France and the United States for ...
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NSG membership push by India “unnecessary, ill-advised and unwarranted”: Srinivasan 25.6.2016 FirstPost: India

Noted scientist and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) member M R Srinivasan said on Saturday that the Centre's push to gain Nuclear Suppliers Group membership was "unnecessary, unwarranted and ill-advised", a day after India failed in its bid to clinch membership of the 48-member club.

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NSG membership push "ill-advised, unwarranted": Srinivasan 25.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Noted scientist and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) member M R Srinivasan today said the Centres push to gain Nuclear Suppliers Group membership was "unnecessary, unwarranted and ill-advised", a day after India failed in its bid to clinch membership of the 48-member club. The AEC, a body under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), would have advised the government to desist from such a move had it been consulted, he said. Srinivasan, a former Chairman of the AEC, which looks after atomic energy activities in the country, argued that NSG membership does not make a difference to Indias nuclear commerce as New Delhi has signed agreements with other countries for supply of reactors and uranium. "Unnecessarily, India made a big hype about this admission into the NSG. It was completely unnecessary because the 2008 waiver was already enabling us to have nuclear commerce with nuclear advanced countries and we already have agreements with Russia, France and the United States for reactor projects...," he said in ...
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NSG membership push 'ill-advised, unwarranted': Srinivasan 25.6.2016 Latest News
He said this a day after India failed in its bid to clinch membership of the 48-member club
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NSG membership push 'ill-advised, unwarranted': Srinivasan 25.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
Srinivasan, argued that NSG membership does not make a difference to India's nuclear commerce.
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NSG membership push “ill-advised, unwarranted”: Srinivasan 25.6.2016 Hindu: Home
The Padma Bhushan awardee said failure to get in NSG would not have adverse impact on India’s nuclear programme.
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Modi’s ‘Swadeshi’ intentions suspect: Narayana 25.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Modi’s ‘Swadeshi’ intentions suspect: Narayana
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China bars India’s NSG entry: We must rely on our own wits, develop tech 25.6.2016 FirstPost: World

Early on Friday morning, Indian time, the verdict from Seoul was announced: India was denied entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). For many, this had been a foregone conclusion, but the strenuous efforts of the Indian government raised hope that things would ultimately come out in India's favour as they did in 2008.

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Modi’s ‘Swadeshi’ intentions suspect: Narayana 25.6.2016 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
From claiming to be a ‘Swadesh Bhakt’ to being a ‘Videshi Shakti’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has transformed, CPI national secretary K. Narayana has said referring to the sweeping reforms to the FI...
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Envoy reiterates US support to India’s NSG bid 25.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Modi, Putin vow to take forward India-Russia ties 24.6.2016 deccanherald.com
India and Russia on Friday discussed ways to enhance cooperation in the civil nuclear energy and hydrocarbon sector, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed to take forward the special and privileged bilateral partnership. Modi and Putin, during a meeting on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit here, discussed a range of bilateral and multilateral issues of mutual concern. "The two leaders discussed cooperation in civil nuclear energy and partnership in the gas and petrochemicals sectors. They also discussed furthering cooperation in the space sector. Matters relating to trade and investment also came up," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said. He said Putin welcomed India signing the Memorandum of Obligations of SCO that has kick-started the process of India's accession into the powerful grouping as a "full member". India will have to sign around 30 other documents in the course of the year to complete the process ...
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Modi government showed unnecessary desperation for NSG membership: Congress 24.6.2016 All News-IANS Stories
As India's bid for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) came a cropper, the Congress on Friday said the Narendra Modi-led government had shown "unnecessary desperation" to become a member of the bloc and embarrassed the country in the ...
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Modi government showed unnecessary desperation for NSG membership: Congress 24.6.2016 New Kerala: India News
Delhi, June 24 : As India's bid for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) came a cropper, the Congress on Friday said the Narendra Modi-led government had shown "unnecessary desperation" to become a member of the bloc and embarrassed the country in the process.
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Congress targets PM over India's failed NSG bid 24.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Congress today targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Indias failed NSG bid, calling it an "embarrassment" to the country and a "huge diplomatic letdown" by his government and questioned the "desperation" to gain membership of the elite nuclear club. The main opposition party also demanded that the prime minister explain what went wrong, saying the government had raised "huge expectations." "The Prime Minister must explain what went wrong and what is his stand on Pakistan particularly and Pakistans record on nuclear non-proliferation," former Union Minister Prithviraj Chavan told reporters at the AICC briefing. Chavan, who was Minister of State in the PMO in the Manmohan Singh government handling various charges including Atomic Energy, also sought to compare the situation in 2008 when the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group(NSG) gave India a waiver and the present failed NSG bid. "It is same NSG, same situation, same countries, and NSG gave India a waiver!" Maintaining that in 2008, nobody raised the ...
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PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Putin, thanks Russia for SCO support 24.6.2016 New Kerala: World News
Tashkent (Uzbekistan), June 24 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held bilateral talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the16th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit here.
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India loses NSG bid despite massive diplomatic push 24.6.2016 HBL: Home
After a nail-biting two-day plenary session in Seoul, the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) turned down India’s membership bid despite an unprecedented diplomatic push by the government.
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Nuclear energy, petrochemicals discussed during Modi-Putin meet 24.6.2016 All News-IANS Stories
India and Russia on Friday discussed cooperation in civil nuclear energy and partnership in the gas and petrochemicals sector during a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin here.
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