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Kakrapar atomic power plant in Gujarat is 'Make in India trailblazer', says Narendra Modi
India

Kakrapar atomic power plant in Gujarat is 'Make in India trailblazer', says Narendra Modi

The 700 MW Kakrapar power plant in Gujarat achieved 'criticality'. This means the atomic power station reached the normal operating condition of a reactor.

Having called Pakistan's bluff, India must now make its own 'nuclear doctrine' more intimidating and relevant
India

Having called Pakistan's bluff, India must now make its own 'nuclear doctrine' more intimidating and relevant

India must also do everything to convince Pakistan that it also has a second-strike nuclear capability that would make the neighbour's first-strike far too risky to even contemplate.

US rhetoric dogs India-Iran ties
Politics

US rhetoric dogs India-Iran ties

The Trump administration’s attempts to create another West Asia crisis should worry India

North Korea to not get sanctions relief until Pyongyang works towards denuclearisation, says Jim Mattis
World

North Korea to not get sanctions relief until Pyongyang works towards denuclearisation, says Jim Mattis

US defense secretary urges North Korea to denuclearise for peaceful negotiations in a trilateral conference in Singapore between US, Japan and South Korea

US government blames North Korea for malicious cyber activity
News & Analysis

US government blames North Korea for malicious cyber activity

The US government has identified more than 85 compromised networks. The addresses are being distributed along with suggested remediation actions.

Emmanuel Macron arrives on four-day India visit: Narendra Modi receives French president at Delhi airport
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Emmanuel Macron arrives on four-day India visit: Narendra Modi receives French president at Delhi airport

French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Delhi on Friday night on a four-day India visit and was received at the airport by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a special gesture

Russia develops new generation 'invincible' weapons: US accuses Vladimir Putin of breaching Cold War-era treaties
World

Russia develops new generation 'invincible' weapons: US accuses Vladimir Putin of breaching Cold War-era treaties

The US on Thursday accused Russian president Vladimir Putin of breaching Cold War-era treaties by developing a new generation of "invincible" weapons.

Donald Trump hits back at North Korea, claims to have 'bigger nuclear button' than Kim Jong-un
World

Donald Trump hits back at North Korea, claims to have 'bigger nuclear button' than Kim Jong-un

President Donald Trump boasted on Tuesday that he has a bigger and more powerful "nuclear button" than North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Far from rattling China, US National Security Strategy has instead given Beijing moral high ground to berate Trump administration
World

Far from rattling China, US National Security Strategy has instead given Beijing moral high ground to berate Trump administration

As long as the language of these documents remains vague and devoid of any tactical actions, the China will consider them not worth the paper it’s written on.

Sukhoi-BrahMos test completes India's cruise missile triad: A look at military and geopolitical significance
India

Sukhoi-BrahMos test completes India's cruise missile triad: A look at military and geopolitical significance

When the IAF successfully launched a BrahMos missile, it became the first air force in the world to successfully launch a surface attack missile of this category.

Japan goes to poll in snap election; Prime Minister Shinzo Abe likely to win fresh mandate
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Japan goes to poll in snap election; Prime Minister Shinzo Abe likely to win fresh mandate

Millions braved typhoon in Japan a snap election likely to hand Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a fresh mandate to revive the world's third-largest economy

Restarting of Kudankulam nuclear power plant delayed by one month to 3 November
News & Analysis

Restarting of Kudankulam nuclear power plant delayed by one month to 3 November

The mega nuclear power plant was shut down on 4 August due to hydrogen concentration in the stator was originally expected to restart on 4 September.

North Korea develops H-bomb with 'great destructive powers'; draws condemnation from US, allies
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North Korea develops H-bomb with 'great destructive powers'; draws condemnation from US, allies

North Korea said it set off a hydrogen bomb Sunday in its sixth nuclear test, which judging by the earthquake it set off appeared to be its most powerful explosion yet

US, South Korea begin annual war games amid North Korea's dire warnings
World

US, South Korea begin annual war games amid North Korea's dire warnings

South Korea and the United States began annual war games, said US forces, amid heated warnings by Pyongyang that the exercises will worsen tensions in the region.

Rosatom open to signing NPCIL contract for six 1200 MW nuclear reactors at one go
News & Analysis

Rosatom open to signing NPCIL contract for six 1200 MW nuclear reactors at one go

At present, India and Russia have signed an agreement for six 1,000-MW nuclear reactors, of which two have been built and are operational at Kudankulam.

US department of energy is defending power companies against a hacking campaign
News & Analysis

US department of energy is defending power companies against a hacking campaign

US DHS and FBI issued a 28 June alert to industrial firms, warning them of hacking targeting the nuclear, power and critical infrastructure sectors.

South Korea’s oldest nuclear plant to halt operations on its 40th birthday
World

South Korea’s oldest nuclear plant to halt operations on its 40th birthday

South Korea's oldest nuclear reactor, the 40-year-old Kori No. 1, will halt operations at midnight on Sunday

China: To keep blocking India's NSG bid,Pakistan also should be let in; issue is 'complicated'
World

China: To keep blocking India's NSG bid,Pakistan also should be let in; issue is 'complicated'

China said India's application to enter the Nuclear Suppliers Group has become more "complicated", indicating that it won't budge from its earlier position.

Russia in progress of building world's first
News & Analysis

Russia in progress of building world's first "floating" nuclear power plant

FNPP is a mobile, low-capacity Nuclear reactor unit operable in remote areas isolated from the main power in Russia, or in places hard to access by land.

North Korea fires new mid-range missile; betters their every other missile test
World

North Korea fires new mid-range missile; betters their every other missile test

North Korea on Sunday fired a ballistic missile in the latest weapons test for a country speeding up its development of nuclear weapons and missiles.