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The UN has warned that vicious non-state groups who seek weapons of mass destruction are capable of creating a mass disruption using cyber technologies and launch a hacking attack on a nuclear power plant’s computer system which will result in the uncontrolled release of radiation. In the Security Council meeting, the focus was on ways to ..
India’s stand on signing the comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty (CTBT) raises many questions on India’s intent to make the world nuclear weapon free. However India’s argument places the treaty as discriminatory and finds it weak in its present format with the mighty nuclear nations not ratifying the treaty. Historical legacy of India’s Efforts Prime ..
Topics: India • Law • Nuclear disarmament • Nuclear Non proliferation Treaty • Nuclear proliferation • Nuclear safety • Nuclear weapons • Nuclear weapons testing • Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization • Treaties of the Holy See • Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Australia has agreed to supply uranium to India. It is making internal arrangements to ensure the supply. It is known that earlier Australia had denied supply of uranium to India as it was not a signatory to Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) although India signed treaties with more than 8 countries including the US for nuclear trade.
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012
Topics: Law by country • Nuclear activities in Brazil • Nuclear fuels • Nuclear Power in India • Nuclear proliferation • Nuclear weapons • Politics by country • Politics of Iran • Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons • Uranium
Muslim minorities request not to allow Taslima in India The Muslim minorities not to permit writer Taslima Nasreen,to stay in India. Ms Nasreen was not accepted by her own country Bangladesh for making blasphemous statements against Islam. India: IAEA report disturbing but won’t affect ties with Iran India held that the International Atomic Energy Agency ..
Topics: Al Jazeera • Association of Southeast Asian Nations • Current Affairs 2011 • East Asia Summit • Finance Ministers of India • Foreign relations • International Atomic Energy Agency • International Relations • Nuclear proliferation • Organizations associated with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations • P. Chidambaram • Politics by country • United Nations General Assembly observers
The Union Cabinet has approved the setting up of a new independent nuclear safety regulatory authority which will report to the Parliament and will be headed by a professional with extensive experience in atomic energy. The Nuclear Safety and Regulatory Authority Bill has been cleared by Cabinet in this context. Details are awaited.
Topics: Atomic Energy Regulatory Board • Atoms for Peace • Current Affairs – April, 2016 • Energy • Nuclear energy • Nuclear energy in India • Nuclear history of the United States • Nuclear proliferation • Nuclear technology • Outline of nuclear power