International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons Quiz: How much do you know about disarmament movement?
This year's International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons takes on greater significance given the US and South Korea's efforts to get North Korea to denuclearise.
Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday claimed that India's attitude towards Pakistan changed after Islamabad conducted nuclear tests in 1998.
Before Parmanu puts its spin on Pokhran, it might be a good time to revise what actually happened on a hot summer night in Rajasthan in 1998.
Japan's foreign minister called on China to increase cooperation on curbing North Korea's nuclear weapons programme Sunday during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart in Beijing.
North Korea could consider testing a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean in retaliation to Donald Trump's threats to destroy the country
The US, Japan and South Korea on Friday sought additional United Nations Security Council sanctions against the North Korean regime at G20 summit
Nuclear tests conducted by Pakistan in 1998 created a balance of power in South Asia and gave a strong message to the "enemies" that aggressors would meet an exemplary fate, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Sunday.
On May 11, 1998, India carried out a nuclear test at Pokhran in Rajasthan.
Southeast Asian nations expressed "grave concern" on Friday over North Korea's nuclear tests and ballistic missile launches despite a plea from Pyongyang not to be subjected to such pressure.
In a trip full of Cold War symbolism, US Vice President Mike Pence travelled to the tense zone dividing North and South Korea and warned Pyongyang that after years of testing the US and South Korea with its nuclear ambitions, "the era of strategic patience is over".
The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday unanimously imposed its toughest sanctions on North Korea, placing a cap on the hermit state's key coal exports after its defiant nuclear tests.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday urged the Security Council to take "appropriate action" in response to North Korea's fifth nuclear test. Ban condemned the underground nuclear test "in the strongest possible terms," branding it "yet another brazen breach of the resolutions of the Security Council."
North Korea's foreign minister said on Tuesday that its conducting of more nuclear tests depended on the behaviour of the United States, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported
North Korea launched what appeared to be an intermediate-range missile on Wednesday to a high altitude in the direction of Japan before it plunged into the sea, military officials said, a technological advance for the isolated state after several test failures.
North Korea kicked off a massive parade in the centre of Pyongyang on 10 May to celebrate a just-concluded ruling party congress that was seen as a formal coronation for supreme leader Kim Jong-un.
Amidst reports that North Korea is preparing for a fifth nuclear test, the US has expressed strong concern over such "provocative actions" and said it will continue to ramp up the pressure on the reclusive nation to compel it fulfil its international obligations.
A trio of Nobel laureates will take part in a "humanitarian" visit to North Korea, even as suspicions grow that Pyongyang is preparing for a fifth nuclear test
South Korea's Yonhap news agency says North Korea has fired a missile and several other short-range projectiles into the waters off its east coast.
Escalating threats against Washington and Seoul, Kim Jong Un warns of impending nuclear rocket tests
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has warned of impending tests of a nuclear warhead explosion and ballistic missiles capable of carrying atomic warheads, state media reported on Tuesday, in an escalation of threats against Seoul and Washington.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has ordered an imminent nuclear warhead explosion test and multiple ballistic missile launches, just weeks after being slapped with tough, new UN sanctions, state media reported Tuesday.