US says deal would bar Iran nuclear bomb 'in perpetuity'

The Obama administration insisted before sceptical lawmakers on Thursday that any deal with Iran would ensure for "perpetuity" that it could not develop nuclear weapons.

US lawmakers unveil more toned down Iran sanctions bill

Supporters of Iran sanctions in the US Senate have unveiled a toned-down bill aimed at gaining enough votes to override a presidential veto.

DNA test of unnecessary surgeries in hospitals

A recent study by Mumbai's Medi Angels claim that approx 44% of the surgeries recommended by doctors are for their own financial gains. Therefore, patients must seek second opinion before any surgery.
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ISIS threatens use of nuclear bomb in London

Islamic State terror group may have developed a nuclear device by using radioactive uranium stolen from Iraq's Mosul University after seizing control of the city last June, a British media report says.

IS may possess nuclear material, dirty bomb: Reports
IS may possess nuclear material, dirty bomb: Reports

London: The Sunni jihadi organisation, Islamic State (IS) may have armed itself with a "dirty bomb", having stolen 40 kg of uranium from an Iraqi university, media reported.

Scientist claims Earth will be nuked just as Martians were by aliens
Scientist claims Earth will be nuked just as Martians were by aliens

A leading scientist has claimed that life on Mars was eradicated by bomb-weilding aliens and Earth should be ready for a similar nuke.

West tells Iran it must address nuclear bomb fears

Western powers told Iran on Thursday it must step up cooperation with a U.N. watchdog investigation into suspected atomic bomb research if it wants to get a broader nuclear deal that would ease sanctions on the oil producer.

Iran fails to address nuclear bomb concerns: IAEA

Iran has failed to address concerns about suspected atomic bomb research by an agreed deadline, the UN nuclear watchdog said on Friday, a setback to hopes for an end to an international stand-off over Tehran`s atomic activity.

US, Iran experts dispute nuclear bomb "breakout" timeline

A US security institute estimates that Iran could amass material for a nuclear bomb in three months or less while Iranian experts cite a time frame six times longer - a dispute going to the heart of talks between Tehran and global powers.

Iran addresses nuclear bomb allegations for first time: IAEA

Iran has for the first time addressed concerns about the so-called "possible military dimensions" of its nuclear programme, a new IAEA report showed on Friday.

IAEA, Iran make progress on nuclear bomb probe

IAEA, Iran make progress on nuclear bomb probe
Vienna: Iran has agreed to address some of the many long-held allegations that it conducted research into making nuclear weapons before 2003 and possibly since, the UN atomic watchdog said today.

Iran nuclear `breakout` time at two months: John Kerry

Iran is two months away from breakout capability to produce enough nuclear material for a bomb should they resume their mothballed enrichment process, John Kerry warned.

Yasin Bhatkal, other IM operatives were planning to nuke Surat: NIA

Operatives of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, Yasin and Riyaz Bhatkal, were planning to attack Surat with nuclear warheads which they tried to procure from Pakistan, NIA has said.

Excavation at N Korea nuclear test site: US think-tank

Recent satellite imagery suggests North Korea has stepped up excavation work at its main nuclear test site, but there are no signs of an imminent test, a US think-tank said on Friday.

Saudis have Pak commitment of nuclear bomb: US expert

Given the rapid increase of Pakistan`s nuclear arsenal, a former CIA analyst suspects the country has a commitment to provide a nuclear bomb to Saudi Arabia.

India ranks near bottom of nuclear material security index

India has been ranked below its two nuclear-armed neighbours - Pakistan and China - in the list of countries with a weak nuclear material security in the world, according to a US-based think-tank.

Iran `will not abandon Arak heavy water reactor`

Iran`s nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi has said Tehran will never abandon the Arak heavy water reactor, considering it a "red line" in talks with world powers, media reported on Sunday.

Barack Obama takes on critics of Iran deal, praises diplomacy

US President Barack Obama took on critics of a newly-brokered nuclear deal with Iran by saying their tough talk was good for politics but not for US security.

Israel must declare nuclear bomb: Hassan Rouhani

Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani called on Thursday for Israel to put its suspected nuclear arms under international control ahead of a landmark meeting between foreign ministers from Iran and western nations.

Power of Oklahoma tornado dwarfs Hiroshima bomb

Wind, humidity and rainfall combined precisely to create the massive killer tornado in Oklahoma.