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IAEA chief worried about rising tension over Iran nuclear issue

"I am worried about increasing tensions over the Iranian nuclear issue," International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano said in a speech to a meeting of the IAEA's 35-nation Board of Governors, one of its main decision-making bodies.

Iran implementing its nuclear deal commitments: IAEA

The 2015 accord, signed by the Islamic republic as well as Germany, Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States, saw economic sanctions on Iran lifted in exchange for it curbing its nuclear activities.

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Saudi Arabia examining options for nuclear power plants

The sources said the world's top oil exporter wants to start construction next year on two nuclear power plants with a total electricity generating capacity of up to 2.8 gigawatts, as it follows Gulf neighbour the United Arab Emirates in seeking to produce atomic energy.

Atomic material smuggling racket busted, Rajasthan ATS arrests 6

The inputs were verified by the intelligence agency and passed on to Rajasthan Police’s ATS, which gathered further information and arrested six persons in end-January, resulting in the recovery of the atomic mineral.

Iran atomic bomb probe may be completed in 2015: IAEA

Amano, of the International Atomic Energy Agency , said Saturday that "more work will be needed" to kick-start the investigation — the same phrase he used Friday.

A prize for bad behaviour

The international community must create a viable alternative to the Lausanne deal with Iran

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IAEA: Separate AERB from other entities

The report came in after a 12-day review of Indian nuclear regulatory framework.

To commercialise nuclear deal, India, US exchanging key text

The administrative arrangements are kept confidential, since it involves details and procedures of nuclear reactors.

Nuclear deal: India to ratify additional protocol to Indian specific safeguard agreement

The commitment to ratify the agreement was given to grant greater ease to IAEA to monitor India's civilian atomic programme.

Pakistan seeks access to civilian nuclear technology

The West has feared that Pakistan's nuclear assets were in danger of falling into the hands of terrorists if unrest was not controlled in the country.

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