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Aiming to become the first domestic missile integration company in the private sector, industrial explosives maker Solar Industries India Ltd (SIIL) is developing a missile assembly facility in Maharashtra which is expected to be completed by January next year.

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Ballistic missile defense systems have exploded in prominence across the globe since the United States withdrew from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty in 2002.

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India has denounced a call to give up its nuclear weapons and sign the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) while it "remains committed to universal, non-discriminatory and verifiable nuclear disarmament".

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A new class of high-tech weapons is under development among the world's major powers, and some observers worry the exact qualities that make them desirable could make wars more likely—particularly nuclear wars

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India has called attention to the Pakistan-North Korea nuclear-missile nexus and said the international community should act against those involved in such deals.

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The commander of the Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa, recently claimed that his pilots have the capability to locate and eliminate nuclear and other strategic targets in Pakistan.

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By now it’s a well known fact that the Indian Armed Forces are on a modernisation spree with billions of dollars earmarked for acquisition in the next few years. A large number of multi nationals are in the fray to provide the latest technology and products to the Indian military.

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Pakistan is reportedly building underground tunnels to store a stock of 140 nuclear weapons. The underground tunnels are being dug reportedly in Mianwali, which is located 350-km from Amritsar and 750-km from New Delhi.

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Pakistan is reportedly building underground tunnels to store nuclear weapons. The underground tunnels are being dug in Mianwali that is located 350 kilometres from Amritsar and 750 kilometres from India’s capital New Delhi.

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Domestic orders placed for the BrahMos missiles have been worth more than USD 7 billion over the last 20 years, and if exports fructify the sales could double in the next five years, the BrahMos chief said today.

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