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.
Elite export control group Wassenaar Arrangement admits India as its member at two-day meet in Vienna
In a significant development, elite export control regime Wassenaar Arrangement (WA) on Thursday decided to admit India as its new member
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.
In a veiled criticism of the US, Pakistan has said the declared plans by one of the P-5 nations to expand its nuclear capabilities would renew an arms race and seriously retard global disarmament efforts
The US has welcomed India joining as the 35th member of MTCR, saying New Delhi has demonstrated "a sustained commitment to non proliferation".
India's entry into the NSG is unlikely in the foreseeable future, not because Delhi has failed to live up to non-proliferation standards but because it throws a spanner into Beijing's geopolitical calculations
Ahead of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's visit to the US later this month, the Obama Administration is in talks with Pakistan on a range of issues including limiting and controlling Islamabad's weapons programme, according to a media report.
The nuclear fuel supply agreement with Australia is proving to be tougher than the ones with the US. This is because the Australian law on non-proliferation is stronger, in some respects, than those of the authors
Endorsing the policy of "military self-restrain" of successive Indian governments in the face of provocation from Pakistan, a top American analyst has said that henceforth India must ensure that it does not act from a "position of weakness".
President Obama and Prime Minister Sharif held wide-ranging discussions at the White House today about the importance of a US-Pakistan partnership built on a foundation of mutual interest and respect.
The US asked South Asian nations to exercise restraint, but said India with its strong non-proliferation record is not a threat to the region.