Pakistan carried out a successful test firing of a short-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile on Thursday, the military said.

Recycling plutonium is dangerous and costly. Britain should take the lead on direct disposal, say Frank von Hippel, Rodney Ewing, Richard Garwin and Allison Macfarlane.

Agni-V is no cause for celebration; a caring society would instead be worried about where India is heading. (Editorial)

With negotiations over the proposed civil nuclear cooperation between India and Japan yet to reach a breakthrough, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna and his Japanese counterpart Koichiro Gemba

New Delhi: India on Wednesday made the most persuasive case for its “full membership” of the global non-proliferation regimes.

Iran’s top nuclear negotiator said Wednesday that he would offer “new initiatives” at the coming talks with world powers on its disputed nuclear energy program, apparently trying to strike a postur

France is in regular touch with India to seek clarifications on certain aspects of the civil nuclear liability law, informed sources said today.

The United States does not need to explode nuclear weapons in order to be sure its aging arsenal is still potent, and its ability to detect weapons tests by others is good, according to a report re

A US-based organisation has placed India at as low as 28th among 32 countries in the world with respect to security of nuclear materials. How accurate is the ranking and how justifi ed is the defensive Indian anger at this low ranking?

Kazakhstan believes the international community's first nuclear fuel bank can be up and running on Kazakh soil by late next year, potentially supporting the Obama administration's broader efforts t