India calls for international action to strengthen nuclear security

Recognising the threat of nuclear terrorism, India has called for effective international cooperation and responsible action by governments to strengthen nuclear security and prevent non-state actors from acquiring vulnerable atomic material.

India calls for global action to strengthen nuclear security

Recognising the threat of nuclear terrorism, India has called for effective international cooperation and responsible action by governments to strengthen nuclear security and prevent non-state actors from acquiring vulnerable atomic material.

35 countries pledge to boost nuclear security

Thirty-five countries pledged on Tuesday to turn international guidelines on nuclear security into national laws, a move aimed at preventing terrorists from getting their hands on nuclear material.

Ukraine tightening nuclear security

Ukraine is reinforcing security measures at its nuclear power plants in response to Russian threats, Ukraine`s ambassador told the UN atomic agency in a letter seen by AFP on Wednesday.

New nuclear security plan tops IAEA talks agenda

The IAEA board of governors announced a safety
action plan, which they hope will raise safety standards.

Obama proposes $ 11.8 bn for nuke security

Prez Obama has proposed a $ 11.8 bn fund for the security of America`s nuke arsenal.

Concerned India to raise Pak nuke security issue with US

India is likely to raise the issue of Pak nuclear arsenal`s security during a meeting between PM Manmohan Singh and President Barack Obama.

PM leaves for US, to discuss N-security

PM Manmohan Singh on Saturday left for a week-long visit to the US and Brazil.

Obama seeks concrete action on nuclear security

US President Barack Obama will urge nations to agree to steps to ensure nuclear-related material is safe and inaccessible to terrorists when he hosts an unprecedented international summit next week in Washington, advisers said.

What`s in Russia-US arms treaty?

US President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev have sealed an agreement on a landmark nuclear arms reduction treaty.

Nuke summit `recognition` more security needed: IAEA

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Wednesday praised next week`s nuclear terrorism summit in Washington as a "recognition" that nuclear security needed more attention.

White House confirms April 12-13 for N-security summit

US President Barack Obama will host an international summit on nuclear security here on April 12-13, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs has confirmed.