The cabinet has given the go-ahead for 10 heavy water reactors of 700 MW each to be constructed for boosting India's nuclear power programme.
President Donald Trump says that the United States is prepared to act alone if China does not take a tougher stand against North Korea's nuclear program.
This doesn't come as a surprise as just last month Toshiba had announced its plans to sell stakes in its memory chip and SSD businesses to cover the nuclear write-offs.
Toshiba Corp shares fell more than five percent in early trade on Wednesday after media reported the security watchdog suspects the Japanese conglomerate of misreporting profits by 40 billion yen ($339.59 million) over three years.
India on Monday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed intercontinental surface-to-surface nuclear-capable ballistic missile Agni-V from the Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast.
Days after Vietnam stalled its plans to build nuclear power plants citing safety concerns, a nuclear expert in India says overall nuclear power is likely to expand in Asian countries.
Iran, once an international outcast due to its controversial nuclear programme, has expressed hope it can work in tandem with India to enhance nuclear safety and knowledge management in the region to prevent "accidents".
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif have won an international diplomatic prize for their part in a historic agreement on Iran's nuclear program, organizers announced Monday.
A nuclear power plant in Germany has been found to be infected with computer viruses, but they appear not to have posed a threat to the facility's operations because it is isolated from the Internet, the station's operator said on Tuesday.
Kashmir is a dispute that needs to be resolved by peaceful means. Both Kashmiris and Pakistanis are part of the conflict and a triad that includes them and the Indians is the only way to achieve peace, writes Mohammed Rafiq Sethi, an American Physician of Pakistani decent
As the Marshall Islands awaits an international court ruling Wednesday on whether its lawsuit against three nuclear powers can proceed, many in the western Pacific nation question the merit of the David-versus-Goliath legal battle.
US needs to rethink its foreign policy to reduce risk of jihadists accessing Pak’s nuclear stockpile
Hillary Clinton is worried about jihadists accessing Pakistan’s nuclear stockpile and converting some of the enriched uranium into a n-suicide bomber.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has expressed concern over the possibility of Pakistan's nuclear weapons falling into the hands of jihadists, which she said was "a threatening scenario", according to a media report
Three Japanese conglomerates are in talks to combine their loss-making domestic nuclear fuel operations, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said, as the outlook for restarts of reactors following the Fukushima nuclear crisis remains bleak.
If India and Pakistan fought a war detonating 100 nuclear warheads (around half of their combined arsenal), each equivalent to a 15-kiloton Hiroshima bomb, more than 21 million people will be directly killed, about half the world’s protective ozone layer would be destroyed, and a “nuclear winter” would cripple the monsoons and agriculture worldwide.
The central government is looking at possible sites in the northern states of Uttarakhand, Punjab and Haryana for setting up new atomic power plants, a minister said on Tuesday.
Hostility was on display again on 18 September, when eighteen Indian soldiers were killed and dozens wounded in an attack on the Indian Army camp at Uri, planned, sponsored and executed by Pakistan. Each time, we have prior intelligence input. Each time, we wait. Each time, we do not engineer a response.
India has a wide range of options to retaliate against Pakistan and it need not be caught in the false duality of "restraint" or "war".
China's latest statement about a two-step approach in connection with India's membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is nothing new, according to a source.
The US will not allow North Korea to have deliverable nuclear weapons, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said on Sunday.