But before going to foreign powers for a security guarantee, the PM had to consolidate domestic support.
Contrary to apprehensions in official circles here, talks between India and Japan on a civil nuclear cooperation agreement are on the track with both sides appearing keen to expedite the negotiatio
BALASORE: A day after the Indian Army struck gold with Prithvi-II, the Navy on Friday achieved another milestone in its on-going strategic programme with the successful flight testing of nuke-capab
To save the habitat of an endangered species of bird, Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan has rejected the Navy’s proposal to set up a missile testing site at Tillanchong Sanctuary in the Andam
Launched from a ship, the missile met mission objectives in a flawless performance.
India Thursday successfully test fired its indigenously developed, nuclear-capable ballistic missile Prithvi-II from a test range in Odisha, an official said.
India on Wednesday successfully test-fired nuclear capable Agni-IV for its full range of 4,000 km from Wheeler Island, off the coast of Orissa.
NEW DELHI, 30 AUG: Parliament today passed a Bill that prohibits transfer of specified toxic chemicals from and to a country which is not party to the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Tehran: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh landed on his maiden visit to a country at a time when Iran is a bad name with the West and amid severe sanctions from the US and the European Union.
Gorakhpur, Haryana: Two months after he retired saying he was set to begin a new “journey”, former Army chief General V K Singh has come out in the open against a nuclear power plant planned in his
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