Kim calls for ramping up North Korea's 'weapon-grade nuclear material'
Kim was shown in state media images surrounded by uniformed generals inspecting a row of compact green warheads identified as the "Hwasan-31", which means volcano in Korean.
Why does Russia want tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus?
Putin emphasized that Russia will retain control over any nuclear weapons deployed to Belarus, just like the U.S. controls its tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of its NATO allies.
Ukraine war: Putin says Moscow will station tactical nukes in Belarus
Putin argued that by deploying its tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, Russia was following the lead of the United States.
US, Australia and UK ink nuclear-powered submarine deal
Australia's future 'SSN', which Biden described as 'SSN-AUKUS', will also be a state-of-the-art platform designed to leverage the best of submarine technology from all three nations.
India in talks with Moscow on new nuke plant site
“Undoubtedly, an important issue is the involvement of Indian manufacturers in the Kudankulam nuclear power plant construction project.
Indian red flag against N-attack worked: US Secy of State on Ukraine war
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday credited India and China with possibly stalling a potential use of nuclear weapons by Russia in Ukraine.
Putin ups ante, suspends last N-pact with US
Accuses West of provoking conflict by supplying weapons to Ukraine; Washington says it is ready for talks to limit arms race
Iran denies enriching uranium above 60 per cent
Iran was last known to have enriched uranium to up to 60 per cent. Uranium enriched to around 90 per cent purity is considered nuclear weapons-grade.
North India's first nuclear plant set up in Haryana's Gorakhpur
Union Minister Dr Singh said that this is keeping in line with the priority to increase India’s nuclear capacity.
India on cusp of nuclear energy resurgence says Jitendra Singh
The minister also said that the government at the Centre has also accorded administrative approval and financial sanction for 10 Pressurized Heavy Water Reactors of 7000 MW capacity
Azad Engg to supply nuke turbine parts to GE Steam
At present, nuclear power is the one of the most cost-effective, clean zero-carbonised electricity sources and is one of the best alternatives available to coal-based power, the release said.
India’s nuclear-policy shifts from Pakistan to China
The expansion of India’s nuclear forces against a militarily superior China will result in significant new capabilities being deployed over the next decade, says the research paper.
Pompeo’s claim that India-Pakistan was on brink of nuclear war typical US fiction: Experts
“Pompeo’s claim is far from truth. It’s part of a typical US fiction on South Asia in which India and Pakistan are projected as antagonists constantly at war.
Ex-Secy of State Pompeo says US averted nuclear war between India, Pakistan
Pompeo said that US diplomats convinced both India and Pakistan that neither was preparing to go nuclear.
Japan eyes delay of Fukushima plant water release
They say more than 1 million tons of water stored in about 1,000 tanks at the plant are hampering its decommissioning and risk leaking in the event of a major earthquake or tsunami.
Seoul says talks underway over joint nuclear exercises with US
In 2022, the North conducted sanctions-defying weapons tests nearly every month, including firing its most advanced ICBM ever.
Kim Jong Un orders 'exponential' expansion of North Korea's nuclear arsenal
Last month, North Korea claimed to have performed key tests needed for the development of a new strategic weapon, a likely reference to a solid-fueled ICBM, and a spy satellite.
Ukraine aims to develop air-to-air combat drones
Ukraine has some 30,000 mobile-phone towers, and the government is now trying to link them to generators so they can keep working when airstrikes damage the power grid.
Russian invasion of Ukraine revives nuclear warfare nightmare
"It's the first time a nuclear power has used its status to wage a conventional war under the shadow cast by nuclear weapons," said Camille Grand, a former NATO deputy secretary-general.
Japan reverts to max nuclear power to tackle energy, climate
The new policy says Japan must maximize the use of existing nuclear reactors by restarting as many of them as possible and prolonging the operating life of old reactors beyond their 60-year limit
Umesh Pal kidnapping case: Gangster-neta Atiq Ahmed held guilty, his brother acquitted
Chardham Yatra: VIP pilgrims will have to pay Rs 300 for darshan at Kedarnath and Badrinath Dham.
Those involved in corruption coming on one platform: PM Modi attacks Opposition parties
Namibian cheetah’s death at Kuno National Park gets political colour in Madhya Pradesh
BSF shoots at three drones on Indo-Pak border, recovers 10 kg heroin