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Pakistan: Nuclear Proliferation

In A First, UN Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Set To Enter Into Force

Jan 22, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is now part of international law, culminating a decades-long campaign aimed at preventing a repetition of the US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II.

India, Pakistan Exchange List Of Nuclear Installations Under Bilateral Agreement

Jan 01, 2021 PTI

The exchange was made in accordance with Article-II of the Agreement on Prohibition of Attacks against Nuclear Installations and Facilities between Pakistan and India.


No Change In Pakistan's Nuclear Policy, Says Foreign Office After Imran Khan's Statement

Addressing a gathering of the Sikh community at the Governor's House in Lahore on Monday evening, Khan said both India and Pakistan are nuclear-armed countries and if tensions escalate, the world will face danger.

US Turned Blind Eye To Pak Nuke Programme In 70s After China's Intervention: Report

Dec 21, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

In addition to the US turning a blind eye to Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme, China also convinced the US to start giving more military and financial aid to Pakistan.


Pakistan Can Emerge As World's 5th Largest Nuclear Weapons State By 2015: Report

Pakistan currently has 140 to 150 nuclear warheads and the stockpile is expected to increase to 220 to 250 by 2025 if the current trend continues.

02 October, 2017

If US Loses Important Indian Contracts, The Arms Lobby Will Be Upset And May Endanger Indo-US Relations: Larry Pressler

Pranay Sharma

Larry Pressler, the 75-year Republican politician from South Dakota, popularly known as 'Delhi's man in Washington', on his commitment and mission to the cause of nuclear non-proliferation ...


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with the healthcare workers and beneficiaries of the COVID vaccination programme in Goa, through video conferencing, in New Delhi.

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A man walks past a wall graffiti, painted as Tokyo 2020 Paralympics medal winners athletes in New Delhi.

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Chief Justice of India NV Ramana (L) being felicitated in the presence of Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai (R) during meet in Bengaluru.

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A man rides three-wheeler infront of a wall graffiti, painted as Tokyo 2020 Paralympics medal winners athletes in New Delhi.

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National General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee with former Union Minister and sitting MP Babul Supriyo after the latter joined the Trinamool Congress in Kolkata.

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