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“It will invite risk of nuclear terrorism”
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday said the government was in no position to make public the safeguards agreement negotiated with the Secretariat of the International Atomic Energy Agency as “it would invite serious risk of nuclear ...

Safeguards agreement still in negotiation stage: Kakodkar
MUMBAI: The draft India-specific safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is not being made public as it is still at the negotiation stage. “Work is in progress,” asserted Atomic Energy Commission ...

Set parameters for ratifying treaties: BJP
CHENNAI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday demanded that the Union government pass a law that would set parameters for ratifying treaties such as the India-U.S. nuclear deal. Addressing a press conference at the party ...

Sonia convenes CWC meeting
NEW DELHI: Congress President Sonia Gandhi has convened a meeting of the Congress Working Committee — the highest decision-making body — on Friday to discuss the current political situation. As the party braces itself to ...

U.S. government body wants Modi denied visa
He has been invited to attend a meet in New Jersey

Taslima: I still dream of returning to India
“It is an honour to be granted honorary Paris citizenship”

Centre revises defence procurement policy
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Wednesday revised the defence procurement policy (DPP) to ensure speedier purchases and make the Indian industry a beneficiary as India shops worldwide to strengthen its defence preparedness. The DPP 2008 will ...

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