India had enough weapons-grade to posses 75-125 nukes by 2014: Report

India had enough weapons-grade plutonium by 2014 to possess an estimated arsenal of 75 to 125 nuclear weapons, according to a prominent US-based think-tank.

North Korea rejects nuclear talks, calls for peace treaty

North Korea today rejected fresh talks over its nuclear programme, dismissing overtures from the US and South Korea and calling instead for a peace treaty with its neighbour.

China says resident wounded in shooting on North Korean border

 China said on Friday that it was investigating an incident on the border with North Korea in which a resident on the Chinese side was shot and wounded.

Iran nuclear deal will `fuel terrorism`: Benjamin Netanyahu

The deal to curb Iran`s nuclear programme will bolster Tehran`s ability to fund global terrorism by providing the Islamic state with "billions of dollars" in sanctions relief, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared Saturday.

Barck Obama criticises tone of 2016 US presidential debate

President Barack Obama delivered a withering critique of the vitriolic 2016 US presidential debate on Monday, branding it unworthy of American voters.

World has never been `closer` to nuclear deal: Iran FM

A nuclear deal with Iran has "never been closer", Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in a message Friday, also holding out the promise of greater cooperation to tackle wider global problems.

US says absurd to suggest that it will cave in Iran talks

A senior US official on Monday dismissed suggestions from critics that the United States would cave in to Iran to reach an agreement on curbing Iran`s nuclear programme.

Britain calls for more Iran flexibility in nuclear talks

Britain on Monday urged Iran to show more flexibility in talks on its contested nuclear programme as an end-June deadline looms after years of tortuous negotiations with the West.

Interim deal to help show any military side of Iran nuclear past: UN

Any possible military dimensions of Iran`s nuclear past can be clarified if the details of a preliminary deal sealed in April between Tehran and six world powers are implemented, the head of the UN nuclear watchdog said on Monday.

Iran nuclear talks resume at expert level in Vienna

Talks among officials from world powers on curbing Iran`s controversial nuclear programme resumed in Vienna on Wednesday, and the Iranian delegation will join the negotiations on Thursday, U.S. and European Union officials said.

Iran's Khamenei rules out interviews with nuclear scientists

 Iran`s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday Tehran would not accept "unreasonable demands" by world powers during negotiations over its disputed nuclear programme, and ruled out letting inspectors interview its atomic scientists.

Iran prepared for all scenarios in nuclear talks: Negotiator

Iran is prepared for "all scenarios" in talks with world powers about curbing its nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief, its top nuclear negotiator said on Friday when asked what would happen if no final deal was reached by July.

Czechs stopped potential nuclear tech purchase by Iran: Sources

The Czech Republic blocked an attempted purchase by Iran this year of a large shipment of sensitive technology useable for nuclear enrichment after false documentation raised suspicions, UN experts and Western sources said.

Ex-CIA officer get 3.5 years for NY Times leak

 Former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling was sentenced Monday to 3.5 years in prison for leaking classified information to a New York Times journalist.

Iran determined to end 'manufactured' nuclear crisis

Iran is determined to end the "manufactured crisis" over its nuclear programme and drafting of a final deal with world powers, though hard, is progressing, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday.

Iran vows `irreversible steps` on nuclear programme if matched by West: Zarif

Iran will take "irreversible steps" over its contested nuclear programme if the West does the same, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tuesday during a visit to Spain.

Iran nuclear deal done, US says historic, Israel opposes
Iran nuclear deal done, US says historic, Israel opposes

 The P5+1 group of world powers and Iran reached a breakthrough in their nuclear talks and a tentative deal was achieved which US president Barack Obama praised as "historic" but Israel on Friday said a deal based on this framework will threaten Israel's existence.

India to benefit from breakthrough in Iranian Nuke standoff

 The breakthrough in a standoff between Iran and the West over its nuclear programme is likely to help major buyers of Iranian oil like India by lifting curbs on quantity of import and payment restrictions.

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India welcomes agreement over Iran's nuclear programme

India on Friday welcomed the understanding reached between Iran and the six world powers on Tehran's contentious nuclear programme and hoped that this would lead to a comprehensive agreement by June 30.