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Sep 28, 2017
Nuclear disarmament can be achieved through 'universal commitment,' says India in report to UNGAIndia has said the goal of nuclear disarmament can be achieved through a step-by-step process underwritten by a "universal commitment" and an agreed multilateral framework that is global and non-discriminatory
Sep 05, 2017
North Korea missile test: Donald Trump's statements incentivise South Korea to build nuclear arsenal, say expertsUS president Donald Trump's tweets will get as much attention in Asia for what's missing as for their tough words.
Jun 02, 2017
US slaps fresh sanctions on North Korea over Pyongyang's nuclear programmeThe sanctions, which seek to lock the entities and individuals out of the international financial system
Jul 29, 2015
Speculation grows of looming North Korea rocket testFresh satellite images suggest North Korea has completed upgrades at its main satellite launch site, fuelling speculation of a long-range rocket launch to coincide with a major political anniversary in October.
Apr 01, 2013
Will strike back fast if north attacks, says new S-Korean prezNorth Korea says the region is on the brink of a nuclear war in the wake of United Nations sanctions imposed for its February nuclear test and a series of joint US and South Korean military drills that have included a rare US show of aerial power.
Apr 19, 2012
Agni-V launch news floods Pak websitesPakistan's leading daily Dawn ran an agency story "India tests long-range nuclear-capable missile: source" while The News International carried an agency story with the headline "India successfully tests Agni-V missile".
Apr 19, 2012
India has a solid non-proliferation record: USState Department spokesman Mark Toner said that US has a strong strategic and security partnership with India, so a routine discussions about a wide range of topics, including defence requirements are always held.
Apr 11, 2012
'Pakistan rapidly developing and expanding nuclear arsenal'Despite extensive foreign military assistance, Pakistan's effort to sustain its conventional and nuclear military programmes has come at increasingly great cost to the effort to meet basic human needs and improve living standards, the report claimed.