World News | Reuters | Wednesday October 28, 2015
Israel faces a wide variety of threats ranging from Islamic militants wielding missiles and rockets to nuclear attack, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Tuesday during a visit to the United States.
World News | Reported by Namrata Brar; Edited by Mala Das (with inputs from Agencies) | Thursday October 22, 2015
Pakistan could turn into the fifth largest nuclear weapons state in the world by 2025, a report by a top US think tank has said, highlighting the country's rapidly expanding nuclear arsenal. The report comes just a day after Islamabad acknowledged having developed "low-yield, tactical nuclear weapons" to deter an attack from India.
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday October 21, 2015
Justifying its growing arsenal of nuclear weapons, Pakistan yesterday said it has developed them to "deter" a possible attack from India after it built infrastructure near border areas to help launch quick response in case of war.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday October 19, 2015
Washington and Madrid have reached agreement in principle for the United States to clean up land contaminated by radiation from undetonated nuclear bombs that accidentally fell on a site in Spain in 1966, a joint statement said today.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday August 6, 2015
US Secretary of State John Kerry today said the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima underscored the importance of the Iran nuclear deal and disarmament in general, as Japan marked the attack's 70th anniversary.
World News | Reuters | Thursday July 30, 2015
An unknown number of Londoners might have been put at risk by the 2006 poisoning of ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko with a radioactive isotope, which amounted to "a nuclear attack on the streets" of the British capital, an inquiry heard on Thursday.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 25, 2015
North Korea urged the world to join its struggle to "dismember the gangster US imperialists" in a statement released today to mark the anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War.
Reuters | Tuesday June 16, 2015
Kaspersky said Duqu 2.0 had redirected computer traffic by using a legitimate digital certificate from Taiwan's Hon Hai, also known as Foxconn.
Reuters | Thursday June 11, 2015
Security firms say the virus shared some programming with previously discovered espionage software believed to have been developed by Israelis.
Reuters | Thursday June 11, 2015
Kaspersky said it found the software in three European hotels used in the negotiations involving Iran and six world powers.
India News | Written by Vishnu Som | Tuesday June 2, 2015
Convinced that the presence of a Chinese nuclear powered attack submarine in the Indian Ocean in the last few months is part of a carefully choreographed exercise to expand its military presence in the region, senior Navy Officers have told NDTV that they don't accept the assertion that China's submarine deployment has been in aid of the anti-pirac...
World News | Press Trust of India | Friday April 3, 2015
China would soon commission three indigenously-built advance nuclear-powered attack submarines having a vertical launcher capable of delivering its latest supersonic anti-ship missiles, state media reported today.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday January 28, 2015
A senior South Korean envoy said today that the door was open to restarting talks with Pyongyang on its nuclear programme, despite US sanctions following a cyber attack linked to North Korea satire "The Interview".
Reuters | Wednesday December 24, 2014
"When we have the cooperation of the Chinese [..] we will be asking for checks or maybe a search of the location of the IP addresses."
World News | Associated Press | Sunday November 23, 2014
A gigantic, secret bunker that Albania's communist regime built underground decades ago to survive a nuclear attack by the Soviet Union or the United States has been opened to the public for the first time.
World News | Associated Press | Tuesday November 11, 2014
Four Syrian nuclear scientists were killed near Damascus after gunmen opened fire on their bus in an area where there was no fighting, suggesting they were the target of the attack, according to activists and a pro-government website.
World News | Press Trust of India | Sunday September 21, 2014
Pakistan is developing sea-based missiles and expanding its interest in tactical nuclear warheads to give it a "second-strike" capability if a catastrophic nuclear attack destroyed all its land-based weapons, according to a media report today.
Reuters | Wednesday August 20, 2014
Nextgov.com reported the US NRC was "successfully hacked" 3 times in recent years, with at least two of the attacks originating overseas.
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday June 13, 2014
A number of prominent citizens and activists today rubbished an Intelligence Bureau report which had said funding of several NGOs was "cleverly disguised" as donations for issues like human rights, but instead they were involved in stalling developmental projects.
World News | Associated Press | Thursday May 8, 2014
A roadside bombing in northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border killed nine paramilitary troops on Thursday while another soldier died in an attack further south, the army said. The Pakistani military, meanwhile, test-fired a ballistic missile it said could carry a nuclear warhead, an exercise meant to showcase the nuclear-armed nation's capabil...
World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday April 27, 2014
Pyongyang launched a vicious personal attack on South Korean President Park Geun-Hye Sunday, calling her a "prostitute" in thrall to her "pimp" Barack Obama, as it said it was ready for "full-scale nuclear war".
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday March 17, 2014
A leading anchor on Russian state television on Sunday described Russia as the only country capable of turning the United States into "radioactive ash", in an incendiary comment at the height of tensions over the Crimea referendum.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday February 18, 2014
The Pakistani Islamic hardliner blamed for an attack on parliament that brought the nuclear rivals to the brink of war has resurfaced after years in seclusion, setting off alarm bells in New Delhi.
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday September 25, 2013
The Iranian president's first speech to world leaders was absent anti-Israel rhetoric and offered up negotiations with the US and its allies over the disputed nuclear program, showing a more moderate face of the hard-line regime in Tehran.