Namibia to Mongolia: India’s uranium hunt

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http://www.indianexpress.com/news/namibia-to-mongolia-indias-uranium-hunt/517281/0 Amitabh Sinha Posted online: Tuesday , Sep 15, 2009 at 0419 hrs New Delhi : First it was Kazakhstan, then Namibia and now Mongolia. In its quest for obtaining fuel for its nuclear power plants, India has been reaching out to every possible…

UNSC Resolution on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Nuclear Disarmament

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September 11, 2009  United States Draft UNSC Resolution on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Nuclear Disarmament The Security Council, PP1.  Resolving to seek a safer world for all and to create the conditions for a world without nuclear weapons, in accordance with the goals of the Treaty on…

India’s nuclear fizzle

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By Pervez Hoodbhoy SUSPICION has now turned into confirmed fact: India’s hydrogen bomb test of May 1998 was not the fantastic success it was claimed to be. Last week’s dramatic revelation by K. Santanam, a senior RAW official with important responsibilities at…

NUCLEAR ZERO: KEY ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED

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 By George Perkovich  In the West today, and perhaps in Russia, leading circles believe that nuclear deterrence is what prevented the U.S. and the Soviet Union from fighting directly during the Cold War. Many assume that these weapons will continue to deter without…

Nuclear plant at Jaitapur gets high court nod

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Shibu Thomas, TNN 15 August 2009, 01:15am IST http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/4895340.cms MUMBAI: Paving the way for the country’s first nuclear power plant after the Indo-US nuclear deal, the Bombay high court on Thursday gave the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) its go…

Nagasaki seeks world ban on nukes

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64 years after A-bomb, mayor says alternative is annihilation Nagasaki Kyodo News Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue, echoing a call by U.S. President Barack Obama, urged people around the globe on Sunday to choose a path toward a world free of nuclear weapons…