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Need for legally-bound ban against nuclear testing: UN chief Antonio Guterres

Guterres' message comes as nuclear-armed North Korea fired a missile which flew over Japan, one of its most provocative missile tests in recent years that prompted Tokyo to warn residents in its path to take cover.

North Korea open to halting nuclear tests if US discontinues military exercises

"Stop the nuclear war exercises in the Korean Peninsula, then we should also cease our nuclear tests," he said in his first interview yesterday with a Western news organisation.

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North Korea hints at nuclear test moratorium

The North's official Korean Central News Agency says Pyongyang conveyed the proposal to the U.S. on Friday through an unspecified channel.

Earth's atmosphere suffers from 'nuclear hangover', shows study

Radioactive debris caused by nuclear bomb tests during the Cold War still exist in the Earth's atmosphere

No visible Pak hand in North Korea nuke tests,say experts

‘China and India have a vital role to play in Afghanistan transition’

North Korea leader inspects military as tensions high

North Korea is already under international sanctions for conducting two nuclear tests in 2006 and 2009.

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CTBT signatories urge NKorea to stop nuke test

Secretary General Bank Ki-moon asked the goal be set to bring the treaty into force by 2012.

India needs more nuclear tests: former AEC chairman Iyengar

DR P K IyengAr,former chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission,asserted that India needed to conduct more nuclear tests to develop credible thermonuclear devices....

Santhanam questions data on nuclear tests

Former DRDO scientist K Santhanam,who has been raising questions about the authenticity of India’s only thermo-nuclear test,is refusing to let the debate die down.

NSA dismisses Santhanam's claims on Pokhran-II as 'horrific'

National Security Adviser M K Narayanan has termed a former DRDO scientist's claims on Pokhran-II nuclear tests as "horrific" and asserted that India has thermonuclear capabilities.

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