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  • India world's largest recipient of arms, Pak third

    India world's largest recipient of arms, Pak third

    India is the world's largest recipient of arms while South Korea is second and Pakistan and China are third in the list, reveals data on international arms transfers published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The volum...

  • 'Pakistan possesses upto 110 nuclear weapons'

    Pakistan possessed up to 110 nuclear weapons and spent a whopping USD 2.2 billion on its atomic arsenal last year, claims a report by an international NGO, prompting Islamabad to call it "highly exaggerated".

  • Pakistan nukes not safe, says former foreign minister Qureshi

    Pakistan nukes not safe, says former foreign minister Qureshi

    Pakistan's former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has alleged that the country's nuclear weapons are not safe under the present PPP dispensation. Mr Qureshi's comments evoked an angry response from the government, which rejected his contention ...

  • Osama-type raid not possible for Pak nuclear weapons: Musharraf

    Osama-type raid not possible for Pak nuclear weapons: Musharraf

    Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has said that the country's nuclear weapons are very hard targets and can never be attacked by the United States.

  • Pak shared nuclear secrets with Iran, Libya: ISI report

    Pak shared nuclear secrets with Iran, Libya: ISI report

    Pakistan, which used every "legal and illegal" means to go nuclear, shared its secret atomic technology and equipment with countries like Iran and Libya, says a report by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), based on disgraced scientist A Q Khan's ...

  • US has 'snatch-and-grab' plan for Pakistan's nuclear weapons: Report

    US has 'snatch-and-grab' plan for Pakistan's nuclear weapons: Report

    The US has a contingency plan to "snatch-and-grab" Pakistan's nuclear weapons, if and when the President believes they are a threat to either America or its interests, a media report has said, amid strains in bilateral ties.Plans have been drawn up for dealing with worst-case scenarios in Pakistan, ...

  • Gave Pak N-bomb, but was 'stabbed in back' by army: AQ Khan

    Gave Pak N-bomb, but was 'stabbed in back' by army: AQ Khan

    Disgraced nuclear scientist A Q Khan has said he did Pakistan a favour by making the atomic bomb but was "stabbed in the back by the very people who benefited most" from his work - the army.Khan, who now gets a "special pension" from the Pakistani army, also contended that India and Pakistan have no...

  • Pak has more nuclear weapons than India: Report

    Pak has more nuclear weapons than India: Report

    Pakistan has doubled its nuclear arms stockpile to 110 warheads, developing new weapons to deliver them and significantly accelerating production of uranium and plutonium for bombs to edge ahead of India.Islamabad's nuclear weapons stockpile now totals more than 110 deployed weapons in a sharp jump ...

  • Pak may give nukes to Taliban against India

    Pakistan may slip over nuclear weapons to the Taliban for use against India in the event of escalated tension or war between the two neighbours, a non-proliferation US commission has said.

  • Pak rebuts US study, says its nuke weapons are safe

    Hours after a US study warned of a "very real possibility" that deadly warheads could be stolen by extremists singling out Pakistan as a likely source, Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani on Tuesday said his country's "nuclear weapons are safe and well-...

  • Nuclear summit begins in US, all eyes on Pak

    Nuclear summit begins in US, all eyes on Pak

    Pakistan is critical to the theme of President Obama's nuclear security summit--to prevent nuclear weapons from falling into the hands of terrorists. Pakistani PM Gilani will today address the summit and spell out Pakistan's nuclear policy to the wor...

  • India, Pak have upset balance of nuke deterrence: Hillary Clinton

    The manner in which India and Pakistan have pursued atomic weapons has "upset the balance of nuclear deterrence", Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Saturday said.

  • India voices concern over US equipping Pak army

    India voices concern over US equipping Pak army

    US should ensure that these weapons are not targeted against India", Defence Minister A K Antony said.

  • India's concern over US weapons for Pak

    Voicing concern over US' reported decision to supply sophisticated weapons to Pakistan, Defence Minister A K Antony said the US should ensure that the "latest tranche of military aid" is used in fighting Al-Qaida and Taliban terrorists and not agains...

  • Zardari hands over control of Pak nukes to Gilani

    Zardari hands over control of Pak nukes to Gilani

    Pakistan's president Asif Ali Zardari has handed over command of the country's nuclear weapons to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.

  • Pak has more nuke weapons than India: Report

    While Pakistan is estimated to possess 70-90 nuclear weapons, India is believed to have 60-80.

  • New video shows Taliban preparing to attack Pak troops

    A freelance video allegedly shows Taliban fighters in South Waziristan area, preparing weapons for an attack on Pakistani troops.

  • 'Pak N-weapons falling into Taliban hands premature'

    International worries over Pakistan's nuclear weapons falling into the hands of the Taliban appeared premature, a UK-based think tank has said.

  • India confirms increases in Pak nuclear weapons

    India confirms increases in Pak nuclear weapons

    Pakistan's atomic weapons stockpile has jumped to an estimated 70-90 warheads from a previous figure of 60.

  • We'll use Pak's N- weapons against US, says Al-Qaida

    We'll use Pak's N- weapons against US, says Al-Qaida

    A top Al-Qaida commander has warned that if they take over Islamabad's nuclear weapons, they'll "use them" against the US.

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