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ASEAN adopts comprehensive SEANWFZ Plan of Action

Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Sunday adopted a comprehensive Plan of Action at the meeting of Commission for the Treaty...

FM: Australia not to sell Pakistan uranium

     Australia on Friday rejected Pakistan's call for selling uranium to the South Asian nation.     Pakistan Minister for Religious Affairs Ejaz ul-Haq said...

U.S. Will Announce Bilateral Nuclear Accord With India Today

The U.S. will today announce a civilian nuclear accord with India, an agreement allowing power plants in the energy-starved nation access to fissile material...

Philippines stresses importance of nuclear-free ASEAN

Philippine Foreign Secretary Alberto Romulo reiterated Thursday that the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) should remain nuclear-free to ensure the peace and stability...

Australia to consider selling uranium if India agrees to UN inspections

Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer on Thursday said Australia will consider selling uranium to India if the South Asian nation agrees to inspections from...

Australia to consider selling uranium if India agrees to UN inspections

   Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer on Thursday said Australia will consider selling uranium to India if the South Asian nation agrees to inspections...

Building new security pattern in Northeast Asia

The security situation in Northeast Asia has been consistently complicated over the past 50 years, featuring interweaving conflicts, old and new, and a large...

U.S. expects full implementation of DPRK nuclear deal in 2008

The United States is trying to realize full implementation of an accord for denuclearization in the Korean Peninsula, top U.S. nuclear envoy Christopher Hill...

Democrats Differ Over Timing of Withdrawal From Iraq

Democratic presidential contenders differed over how quickly to pull U.S. troops out of Iraq, with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton calling for a phased...

Vattenfall Europe chief resigns after nuclear row

The chief executive of Vattenfall Europe, an arm of Swedish energy giant Vattenfall, resigned Wednesday after recent incidents at the company's two nuclear power...

Malaysian FM: IAEA chief backs nuke monitoring facility in Malaysia

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) backed up Malaysia's plan to build a nuclear monitoring facility to enable regional countries to evaluate their nuclear...

"Initial actions" on nuclear issue implemented with steady steps

With China showing positive view on the shutdown of the Yongbyon reactor last Saturday and Six-Party Talks negotiators set to meet again here on...

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Covid-19: MNRE terms utility-scale solar power generation ‘essential service,’ allows related material and personnel movement

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