The Donald Trump administration for the first time since taking over this January has endorsed India’s quest for membership into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) besides two other export control regimes Australia Group and Wassenar Group.
The US today said it is working with India and NSG members to push for New Delhi’s membership in the elite grouping, indicating that there is no change in America’s policy on the issue under the Trump administration.
Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar met China’s top diplomat State Councillor Yang Jiechi on Wednesday to initiate the strategic dialogue between the two countries
Amid marked strain in bilateral ties, India and China are likely to discuss a host of contentious issues, including Beijing repeatedly blocking a UN ban on JeM chief Masood Azhar and stymeing India’s NSG membership
India had the highest number of bomb blasts in the world in the past two years, according to the National Bomb Data Centre (NBDC)
Security agencies were thrown into a tizzy after live rounds and boxes of explosives were found in a well inside the Red Fort.
India today hit back at China for its statement that Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership can’t be a “farewell gift
India and China will soon hold a dialogue on New Delhi’s bid for membership of the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in which it hopes “differences” will be narrowed down.
News reports quoted NSG chief RC Tayal saying that an explosive was found inside a DRDO facility in Delhi two months ago. “A vintage UXO (Unexploded Ordnance) was found during the excavation work for foundation of a DRDO building in North Delhi in April 2016. Delhi Police, NSG, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) were immediately informed for necessary action,” said a DRDO statement. On advice of MHA, NSG lifted the ordnance from the site for safe disposal at their ranges. The area is now safe and construction of the building is in progress,” the statement added.