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India a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan's nuclear weapons are entangled in history of tension: US

India a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan's nuclear weapons are entangled in history of tension: US

India has generally shown responsible behaviour with nuclear technology while Pakistan's history of nuclear weapons is entangled in tensions, a top US official has said.

MUST WATCH: `Pakistan's motto is destruction of India`

MUST WATCH: `Pakistan's motto is destruction of India`

Some experts and analysts are of the view that India has limited military options and should look for other paths while dealing with Pakistan.

UN Security Council wants nuke test ban implementation

UN Security Council wants nuke test ban implementation

US Secretary of State John Kerry invoked North Korea's latest nuclear explosion in urging ratification of the treaty for "a safer, more secure, and more peaceful planet."

Pakistan offers India pact on non-testing of nuclear weapons

Pakistan offers India pact on non-testing of nuclear weapons

Pakistan on Tuesday offered India a bilateral arrangement on "non-testing of nuclear weapons".

WATCH this video to understand how badly Pakistan will suffer if it attacks India with nuclear weapons

WATCH this video to understand how badly Pakistan will suffer if it attacks India with nuclear weapons

This video explains how badly Pakistan will suffer if it attacks India with nuclear weapons.

Instability in Pakistan could impact safety of nuclear weapons: CRS

Instability in Pakistan could impact safety of nuclear weapons: CRS

The CRS said that the China selling nuclear reactors to Pakistan for Chasa-3 and Chasma-4 are in violation of the current Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) guidelines.

'China could support India's NSG bid if it promises to comply with NPT stipulations'

'China could support India's NSG bid if it promises to comply with NPT stipulations'

 China said on Thursday that India has to comply with nuclear non-proliferation rules and have an independent foreign policy for China to support its bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).

North Korea may have 21 nukes or more: US think tank

North Korea may have produced an additional six or more nuclear weapons over the past 18 months, possibly bringing its total arsenal to more than 21 bombs, a US think tank said.

ISIS wants to attack Europe with nuclear weapons, says think-tank

ISIS wants to attack Europe with nuclear weapons, says think-tank

After carrying out numerous chemical weapons attacks in Syria, the Islamic State now wants to strike Europe with a 'dirty nuclear bomb', a leading international think-tank on proliferation has said.

India has ability to target whole of Pakistan: Experts on AQ Khan's nuclear attack threat

India has ability to target whole of Pakistan: Experts on AQ Khan's nuclear attack threat

Indian strategy experts have said that India too is capable of targetting whole of Pakistan.

India's defence capabilities driving China to modernise its nuclear force: Pentagon

The defence capabilities possessed by the US, Russia and India are among the main factors driving China to modernise its nuclear force and bolster its strategic strike capabilities, the Pentagon has said.

Obama to call for nuclear weapons-free planet in Hiroshima: White House

Obama to call for nuclear weapons-free planet in Hiroshima: White House

Obama would be the first American president to visit Hiroshima - the site of the first nuclear attack by the US on Japan - later this month. 

North Korean leader says will only use nuclear weapons if attacked

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un told a rare ruling party congress that his country was a "responsible" nuclear weapons state, with a no first-use policy and a commitment to non-proliferation, state media reported on Sunday.

India has fissile materials for only 100 nuke weapons: Scholar

In a research article, scholar Elizabeth Whitfield said available information nowhere takes the math that India can build 2,000 nuclear weapons.

Key world powers need to end double standards on nuke weapons: Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev

Key world powers need to end double standards on nuke weapons: Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev

Reaffirming his country's commitment to realizing a world free of nuclear weapons and urging the international community to consider this goal as the main objective of humanity in the 21st century. Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev used the platform of the recently held Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in Washington to question the double standards of some world powers on the issue of creating and maintaining their respective nuclear arsenal, while urging other nations to destroy theirs.

North Korea leader supervises test of new engine for missile: State media

North Korea leader supervises test of new engine for missile: State media

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised a successful test of a new engine for an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), state media said on Saturday, in their latest report of advances in an arms programme that has attracted U.N. sanctions.

`Panama Papers` reveal links with North Korea front companies

DCB Finance Ltd was registered by North Korean official Kim Chol-Sam and Nigel Cowie, a British banker who had moved to North Korea in 1995.

Our nukes no cause for concern, says Pakistan

Pakistan's nuclear installations are not only secure but the world also acknowledges that they are, Pak foreign secretary Aizaz Chaudhary said. 

Pak says its nuclear programme 'modest' compared to India

Amidst global concerns over the safety of its nuclear weapons, Pakistan today claimed that its "modest" nuclear programme was accident-free, unlike that of India.

Nuke proliferation most dangerous threat to world security: Barack Obama

The fourth Nuclear Security Summit is being attended by leaders from countries like India, Japan, China, South Korea and Brazil.