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Westinghouse  to build six nuclear power plants in <strong>India</strong>

Westinghouse to build six nuclear power plants in India

08 Jun 2016

Washington: The Nuclear Power Corporation of India and US firm Westinghouse have agreed to begin engineering and site design work immediately for six nuclear power plant reactors in India and conclude contractual arrangements by June 2017, the White House said today.

Nuclear Power Corporation of India,   NPCI,   Westinghouse,   Nuclear Plant in India,   Indian Nuclear Plants,   Nuclear Power Plants,   Latest World News ,  
Teen arrested over clock to move to Qatar for studies

Teen arrested over clock to move to Qatar for studies

21 Oct 2015

Houston: A Muslim teenager arrested in the US for bringing to school a homemade clock that was mistaken for a bomb is moving to Qatar for studies, his family has said, a day after he met President Barack Obama.

Ahmed Mohamed,   Teen arrested in US,   Teen made Homemade Clock,   Latest World News,  
Syrian rebels say they receive more weapons for Aleppo battle

Syrian rebels say they receive more weapons for Aleppo battle

20 Oct 2015

Beirut/Amman: Rebels battling the Syrian army and its allies near Aleppo said yesterday they had received new supplies of US-made anti-tank missiles from states opposed to President Bashar al-Assad since the start of a major government offensive last week.

Syrian rebels,   Russia Syria crises,   Syria Russia relationship,   US made anti tank missiles,   Latest World News ,  
Pakistan Rejects India's Infiltration Claim, Says It Doesn’t Endorse Terrorist Activities

Pakistan Rejects India's Infiltration Claim, Says It Doesn’t Endorse Terrorist Activities

10 Aug 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan has rejected India's charge of infiltration in Kashmir, after its envoy Abdul Basit was summoned and handed over a "strong demarche" over Pakistan's continued support to cross-border terrorism.

Pakistan,   India,   Abdul Basit,   Cross-border terrorism,   Foreign Secretary,   S Jaishankar,   World news,  
Pentagon concerned about Iran's missile systems <strong>sale</strong>

Pentagon concerned about Iran's missile systems sale

27 Aug 2015

Washington: The Pentagon said it is concerned about the arms deal between Iran and Russia for missile systems. "On the S-300, we have long expressed our concerns of reports on this possible sale of this missile system to the Iranians," said Pentagon Spokesman Peter Cook on Tuesday.

Pentagon,   Iran missile systems,   Cold War,   Tehran,   Russia,   latest world news,  
<strong>India</strong> to become Nuclear Suppliers Group member by year end: US

India to become Nuclear Suppliers Group member by year end: US

25 Jun 2016

Washington: The US yesterday said that there is "a path forward" for India to become a full member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group by the end of the year, hours after the group's plenary meeting ended in Seoul with no decision on India's membership in face of strong China-led opposition.

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US Senators oppose use of taxpayers' money for Pak military aid

US Senators oppose use of taxpayers' money for Pak military aid

11 Mar 2016

Washington: US Senators have strongly opposed the use of taxpayers' money for military aid to Pakistan in USD 700 million sale of eight F-16 fighter jets to the country as they questioned Islamabad's commitment to fight terrorist organisations.

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Pakistan Terms PM Modi's Remarks On Balochistan, PoK And Gilgit As Diversionary Tactics

Pakistan Terms PM Modi's Remarks On Balochistan, PoK And Gilgit As Diversionary Tactics

16 Aug 2016

Islamabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reference to Balochistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir are to divert attention from the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan said on Monday. Pakistan's Foreign Policy Advisor Sartaj Aziz said, "The contrast between the Indian Kashmir and the Azad Jammu and Kashmir could not be more stark."

PM Modi,   Balochistan,   PoK,   Gilgit,   Pakistan,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   India Pakistan relation,   Sartaj Aziz,   Kashmir,   Latest World News,  
US flies B-52 bombers near China-<strong>made</strong> islands

US flies B-52 bombers near China-made islands

13 Nov 2015

Washington: The US flew two B-52 bombers near the disputed islands claimed by China in South China Sea this week, a media report has said. The Pentagon did not confirm the incident but said there was an effort by Chinese controllers to reach out to one B-52 bomber.

South China Sea Row,   US bombers near China Islands,   B 52 Bombers,   B 52 Flights,   South China Sea Dispute,   Latest World News,  
Medvedev says he <strong>made</strong> Russia a freer <strong>country</strong>

Medvedev says he made Russia a freer country

26 Apr 2012

President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday said that Russia had become a freer nation during his four-year term, citing the mass protests of recent months as evidence of change.

Medevdev,   Russia a free nation,   Russia President,   Dmitry Medvedev,  

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