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Germany pitches for India's inclusion in NSG, says New Delhi's participation will boost global export control system
Strongly pitching for India's inclusion in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Germany said the global export control system will benefit a lot from New Delhi's participation in all its four regimes
President pitches for simultaneous polls, triple talaq bill in address to Parliament: Full text of Ram Nath Kovind's address
President Ram Nath Kovind delivered a speech to the members of both the Houses of Parliament on Monday, in his customary address at the start of the Budget Session, his first after assuming office in July last year
US congratulates India on joining Australia Group, says this underscores Delhi's non-proliferation credentials
Congratulating India on joining the Australia Group, the US said that the latest accomplishment underscores New Delhi's non-proliferation credentials.
India's entry into elite nuclear groups reaffirms country's strict non-proliferation commitments: Narendra Modi
India's entry into elite nuclear groups in the recent past has reaffirmed the country's strict non-proliferation commitments, Narendra Modi said.
India joins Australia Group: 43-member body controls export of equipment, technologies used for chemical, biological weapons
India on Friday joined the Australia Group (AG), which seeks to ensure that exports do not contribute to the development of chemical or biological weapons.
India's admission into Wassenaar Arrangement may be ticket to NSG, key to decreasing world's nuclear stockpile
India’s entry into the Wassenaar Arrangement as its 42nd member last week on the heels of its joining the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) in June 2016, is doubtlessly a feather in the cap of Indian diplomacy and a recognition of our growing international clout.
Wassenaar Arrangement admits India as member: A diplomatic win, but getting NSG membership remains the real battle
Wassenaar Arrangement admitting India as a member is a win, but the road to NSG membership is a long one; New Delhi should dig in deep and not give up.
Wassenaar Arrangement plenary begins: After MTCR, regime one of three other export control regimes India hopes to enter
The plenary session of the Wassenaar Agreement commenced in Vienna on Thursday. The group is one of the four export-control groups India is looking to be a member of.
India is likely to get the membership of the Wassenaar arrangement, one of the key export control regimes that deals with non-proliferation
After mammoth celebrations across the country to mark three years of the Narendra Modi government, the prime minister is embarking on a four-nation visit to Germany, Spain, Russia and France
Narendra Modi’s meeting on Tuesday with Barack Obama began on a propitious note as members of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), agreed to admit India, in a triumph for the prime minister
India may join the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) "very quickly" as there are no longer any major obstacles and things are moving positively, a senior US official has said.
India is likely to enter the missile technology control regime this week, a move that will boost the country's efforts to purchase Predator drones from the US and export its high-tech missiles to friendly nations.
While addressing some questions about the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper case, Defence minister Manohar Parrikar also accussed Italy of “torpedoing” India’s attempt to join Missile Technology Controls Regime (MTCR), according to The Economic Times.
India and the US held the first maritime security dialogue in Delhi on Monday adding another layer to the growing defence ties between the two countries, once on opposing sides of the Cold War divide
The inking of a Memorandum of Understanding between India and Japan on civil nuclear energy is significant. Its significance goes beyond India-Japan bilateral relations, as do its implications, not least of which is the mobilisation of the much-vaunted United States-India Nuclear Cooperation Approval and Nonproliferation Enhancement Act.
Japanese Prime Minister Abe commended India's efforts in the field of non-proliferation including the affirmation that goods and technologies transferred from Japan would not be used for delivery systems for WMD (weapon of mass destruction).