IAEA

  • US influenced India to vote against Iran: Shyam Saran March 20, 2011

    Karan Thapar spoke to Shyam Saran on India's vote against Iran at the IAEA in 2005. ...
  • Govt not hiding radioactive fallout: Chavan April 30, 2010

    UN's atomic watchdog IAEA has called Delhi's radiation leak the world's biggest radiation crisis in four years. India's atomic regulator isn't taking it lightly either. The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board has issued a show cause notice to Delhi University, which has two weeks to respond during which all nuclearrelated operations...
  • India makes history in Vienna: IAEA okays agreement August 2, 2008

    India made history on Friday in Vienna. The IAEA approved the safeguards agreement, marking the first step in ending 30 years of isolation from the nuclear mainstream. The decision was by consensus. ...
  • Pak plays spoilsport a day before India briefs IAEA July 25, 2008

    On Friday in Vienna India will brief 144 IAEA members on the technical aspects of the draft safeguards text. But Pakistan is playing spoilsport. In a letter circulated to more than 60 countries including members of the IAEA and the NSG, Pakistan has warned that if India gets access to...
  • Pranab Mukherjee says no alternative to Npower July 23, 2008

    New Delhi: Participating in the trust vote debate in the Lok Sabha, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee made an impassioned speech on Monday during which he said: "As the Indian economy continues to grow at an enviable pace, there is no other choice in addressing the mounting energy needs than...
  • End of the affair: the day UPALeft split July 8, 2008

    New Delhi: The curtains have fallen on a dramatic day in Indian politics. After weeks of threats, the left finally acted and withdrew support to the Manmohan Singh Government. The break up was not without acrimony, the left parties accusing the prime minister of betraying them over the IndoUS nuclear...
  • Who dares wins: Left to itself, Govt firm on Ndeal June 20, 2008

    Can govt afford to go ahead with IAEA? Journalist Manoj Joshi puts things in perspective. ...
  • Fifth round of Ndeal talks successful: Pranab Mukherjee March 3, 2008

    New Delhi: The IndoUS nuclear deal is back in focus. External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee briefed Parliament on Monday on the progress made so far. Both sides are believed to have made considerable progress in the fifth round of talks that ended last Thursday. ...
  • Lookaheads: What's make news in the country January 16, 2008

    New Delhi: A day after SC lifted its ban on Jallikattu, the traditional bulltaming festival will be held in Madurai. India will hold the fourth round of talks with the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna on Wednesday. The Centre will submit an affidavit in SC on the Ram Sethu...
  • No proof of active Nprogramme in Iran: El Baradei December 5, 2007

    The world's nuclear watchdog, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said that the US intelligence report is consistent with its own findings. IAEA Chief Mohammad el Baradei was speaking exclusively to CNN. Wolf Blitzer: Do you believe there is a clandestine, secret nuclear weapons program right now under way in Iran? El...
  • Left gives right signals to Govt on Ndeal November 13, 2007

    The Left has signalled to the government that it can go ahead with talks on the nuclear deal with the IAEA. It's clearly backing down from its earlier stand of no talks or else, threat. Sources close to the UPA Left talks tell CNN IBN, the strategy is to buy...
  • National wipes: India keeping an eye on 'neighbour' November 10, 2007

    Cautioning that India may be called upon to play a "significant role" in ensuring peace and stability in its neighbourhood, Defence Minister A K Anthony on Saturday said that the country's security apparatus should be well equipped to deal with any challenges. Without naming Pakistan, where emergency was imposed recently,...