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"Uri was a clear case of cross-border terrorism. We condemned this act of terrorism."
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The US has been playing a lead role in supporting India's bid in the 48-member elite group.
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Indian government has turned down the request without giving any reason.
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BEIJING -- Criticising the strong reactions from India over China blocking its bid to enter NSG, a state-run daily today said India is "still stuck" in the 1962 war mindset as it called for a more obj...
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With the prospects of India's immediate participation in the Nuclear Suppliers Group getting blocked, there are emerging questions as to what now and what next. Is this a permanent setback or should India continue to pitch for NSG entry as a participating government? Is India willing to undertake additional responsibilities by way of "entry fee" into the NSG? While India's admittance into the NSG will not accrue it stupendous advantages, entry into the export control group is nevertheless coveted for some good reasons.
The US is "disappointed" that India was not admitted to NSG during its recent plenary in Seoul, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma said today but asserted that it will continue to work with all the...
As India makes a strong bid for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Chinese President Xi Jinping and is understood to have sought China's support for it,...
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Pakistan's "full spectrum deterrence" nuclear doctrine and increasing fissile production capability have increased the risk of a nuclear conflict with India, a Congressional report has said amid Pakis...
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China is leading opposition to a push by the United States and other major powers for India to join the main club of countries controlling access to sensitive nuclear technology, diplomats said on Thu...
MEXICO -- In another crucial backing for India's NSG bid, Mexico today supported "positively" and "constructively" its membership of the 48-nation bloc as the two countries agreed to develop a roadmap...