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India's entry into NSG will break Indo-Pak nuclear balance, says China
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif. (Photo: PTI) India has got the firm backing of the US as well as Switzerland for the Nuclear Suppliers Group membership. Acknowledging that India is "inching closer" to get membership ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
India's NSG membership will touch 'raw nerve' with Pak: China
Vehemently opposing Indias NSG bid, Chinese official media in first comments since Chinas objection said today that New Delhis membership will not only touch a "raw nerve" in Pakistan and increase a nuclear arms race but also "jeopardise" Beijings national ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Indias NSG Membership will touch raw nerve with Pak, jeopardise Beijings national interests
Vehemently opposing Indias bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG, Chinas official media said today that New Delhis membership will not only touch a "raw nerve" in Pakistan and increase a nuclear arms race, but also "jeopardise" Beijings national ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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China opposes India's NSG bid; says no entry to nuke club without Pak
With the United States pushing its case, India’s bid for membership of the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group has received positive indications from most of the member countries but China was still playing the spoiler by persisting with its opposition. The 48-member NSG, which controls access to sensitive nuclear technology, began a two-day meeting in Vienna to consider India’s application. “It’s an ongoing process but most countries appear positive,” said diplomatic ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
India's entry into NSG will break India-Pak nuclear balance
Acknowledging that India is "inching closer" to get membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, Chinese official media today said if New Delhi is admitted into the elite grouping, "nuclear balance" between India and Pakistan will be broken. Stating that Indias ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
India's NSG membership will touch 'raw nerve' with Pak: China
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Beijing insists that a prerequisite of New Delhi's entry is that it must be a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Vehemently opposing India's Nuclear Suppliers Group( NSG) bid, Chinese official media in first comments since ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

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