Pakistan's nukes: A global threat?
May 17, 2011
N-deal for Pak: Indo-US ties hit?
Mar 22, 2010
Nuke deal a landmark in Indo-US ties: PM
Nov 24, 2009
World | Press Trust of India | Tuesday September 3, 2013
Pakistan today reacted to a report on US concerns about its nuclear arsenal by saying it has extensive protection measures and a robust control system for its atomic weapons that are aimed at maintaining stability in South Asia.
World | Press Trust of India | Friday February 1, 2013
Increasing radicalisation within Pakistan's military could lead to its nuclear weapons being hijacked by radical Islamists, a Pakistani scientist has warned.
World | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 5, 2012
Pakistan today successfully test fired the nuclear-capable Hatf-VII cruise missile with a range of 700 km, the latest in a series of tests of missiles that can hit targets deep within India.
Sumita Chatterjee | Monday March 26, 2012
Getting into cinemas in neighboring Pakistan has proved to be an impossible feat for Agent Vinod.
World | Associated Press | Tuesday November 1, 2011
U.N. investigators have identified a previously unknown complex in Syria that bolsters suspicions that the Syrian government worked with A.Q. Khan, the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb, to acquire technology that could make nuclear arms.
World | Associated Press | Wednesday July 7, 2010
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari met with Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing on Wednesday, kicking off his week-long visit to China.The two are expected to sign agreements in fields including economy, trade and public health, but it was not still clear whether they would sign any deals on nuc...
World | Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 28, 2010
China is all set to export two nuclear power plants to Pakistan in violation of the guidelines of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a US think tank has said.
World | Press Trust of India | Tuesday April 13, 2010
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-...
World | Press Trust of India | Saturday April 10, 2010
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.
World | NDTV Correspondent | Friday March 26, 2010
A report prepared by a Washington based Institute says Pakistan may be operating a second nuclear reactor.
World | NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday March 23, 2010
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says America and Pakistan will be holding talks at the highest level and a civilian N-deal will be discussed among other issues.
World | Press Trust of India | Monday November 23, 2009
A Taliban insurgency and the war in neighbouring Afghanistan have put Pakistan's nuclear arsenal at risk.
World | Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 17, 2009
While Pakistan is estimated to possess 70-90 nuclear weapons, India is believed to have 60-80.
World | Press Trust of India | Saturday October 24, 2009
Pakistan on Saturday dismissed India's call to effectively secure its nuclear assets as "self serving".
India | NDTV Correspondent | Friday October 23, 2009
India has expressed concern about the security of the Pakistan's nuclear arsenal after militants struck near a nuclear facility in Kamra.
World | Press Trust of India | Thursday October 22, 2009
The recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan do not pose a threat to the country's nuclear arsenal, Hillary Clinton has said.
World | Nidhi Razdan | Thursday September 10, 2009
Khan said Sri Lankan Muslims based in Dubai were suppliers of nuclear material and equipment to Pakistan, Iran and Libya.
World | Press Trust of India | Monday June 29, 2009
Pakistan diverted a whopping sum of over $five billion provided as aid by the US to fight Taliban militants into its nuclear programme, a report has said.
World | Press Trust of India | Monday June 1, 2009
A US Congressional report has said that Pakistan has also developed a second strike capability.
World | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 30, 2009
The country's top nuclear scientist has said that after 26/11, Pakistan would have not "survived" without atomic weapons.