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  • US Congressmen Concerned Over China's Nuclear Weapons Aid To Pak

    US Congressmen Concerned Over China's Nuclear Weapons Aid To Pak

    Expressing concern over latest reports suggesting that China supplied nuclear weapons technology and design to Pakistan, two influential US lawmakers have written a letter to the Obama administration, seeking to know what has been done to halt such cooperation which represents a threat to the national security of America and its allies.

  • India's Increased Military Spending A Threat To Peace, Says Pak NSA

    India's Increased Military Spending A Threat To Peace, Says Pak NSA

    Pakistan's National Security Adviser Lt Gen (retd) Nasir Khan Janjua today said India's increased military spending and growing arsenal of strategic weapons is a threat to his country as well as regional peace.

  • Battlefield Nuclear Weapons Deployment By Pak Raises Risks: US

    Battlefield Nuclear Weapons Deployment By Pak Raises Risks: US

    Ahead of the crucial Nuclear Security Summit this week, the Obama administration has expressed concern over Pakistan's continuing deployment of battlefield nuclear weapons and said this increases nuclear risks.

  • North Korea Nuke Test Brings Pak's Proliferation Record In Focus

    North Korea Nuke Test Brings Pak's Proliferation Record In Focus

    Top US lawmakers and experts had expressed concern over Pakistan's proliferation history and its nexus with rogue nations like North Korea in helping them acquire nuclear weapons, a month before Pyongyang successfully conducted its first hydrogen bomb test.

  • In an Indo-Pak Conflict, Stakes are Higher Than Ever: US Think Tank

    In an Indo-Pak Conflict, Stakes are Higher Than Ever: US Think Tank

    Pakistan's dependence on tactical atomic weapons greatly expands the risk of Indo-Pak nuclear confrontation and the most dangerous scenario that could lead to a catastrophe is a replay of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, a group of American think tanks has said.

  • US Think Tanks Ask Pak to Sign Test Ban Treaty Without Waiting for India

    US Think Tanks Ask Pak to Sign Test Ban Treaty Without Waiting for India

    Amidst talk of a possible US-Pak civil nuclear deal, two top US think-tanks have asked Pakistan to take five initiatives, including signing the Test Ban Treaty without waiting for India, to win the confidence of the international community.

  • US in Talks With Pakistan on Limiting its Nuclear Weapons: Report

    US in Talks With Pakistan on Limiting its Nuclear Weapons: Report

    Ahead of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's visit to the US later this month, the Obama Administration is in talks with Pakistan on a range of issues including limiting and controlling Islamabad's weapons programme, according to a media report.

  • 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 volume of worldwide arms transfers in 2007-11 was 24 percent higher than in 2002-06 and the five largest ...

  • '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 as "baseless".

  • 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 questioning, which was circulated among western intelligence agencies.

  • 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, NBC news reported quoting current and former US of...

  • 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 not fought a war since 1971 because both countries p...

  • 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 from an estimated 30-80 weapons four years ago, 'W...

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