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

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has appealed to eight countries, including India, to ratify the CTBT to bring the global nuclear test ban into force.

‘Iran is unlikely to decide to dash toward making nuclear weapons as long as its uranium enrichment capability remains as limited as it is today,’ the report said

Oil prices rose modestly on Monday after the EU slapped an embargo on Iran's crude exports as part of tough new sanctions aimed at stopping Tehran from funding its disputed nuclear program.

New York's main contract, West Texas Intermediate crude for March delivery gained $1.25 to $99.58 a barrel after the widely-expected embargo was announced.

New Delhi: India’s long hunt for a nuclear submarine is finally over.

NEW DELHI: Even as China cuts down drastically its oil imports from Iran, which is soon likely to run into fresh sanctions from the US and the EU, India on Tuesday declared it will continue to impo

India along with China, North Korea and Israel has low levels of transparency on nuclear materials and security, an independent report has said.

TEHRAN: Iran has begun uranium enrichment at a new underground site well protected from possible airstrikes, a leading hardline newspaper reported on Sunday in another show of defiance against West

Iran has taken steps in recent weeks that bring it closer to launching uranium enrichment deep inside a mountain, diplomatic sources say, a move that would worsen its nuclear confrontation with the

Iranian scientists have produced their first nuclear fuel rod, Iran’s nuclear agency said Sunday, another step despite United Nations sanctions and measures by the United States and others to stop