There is concern over inherent dangers in 'nuclear brinkmanship': Indian diplomat
Ambassador Sharma reiterated that as a responsible nuclear power, India's nuclear doctrine continues to stress a policy of credible minimum deterrence with a posture of no-first use and non-use against non-nuclear weapon States.
India has called Pakistan's nuclear bluff twice: Ex-Army officers
Calling Khan's nuclear war threat "immature" and "plain brinkmanship", Lt G...
India-Pakistan nuclear war may kill up to 125 million people: Study
Today, India and Pakistan each have about 150 nuclear warheads at their d...
IAF ready to face any challenges from Pakistan: Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria
"What he (Pakistan Prime Minister) said is their understanding of the nuclear and strategic aspects. We have our own understanding and our own analysis and we will be ready to face any challenges," Bhadauria told ANI.
Navy's 'second strike capability' most significant as nuclear deterrent: Rajnath Singh
"Second strike capability" is an assured capability of an armed force to respond to a nuclear attack with its own nuclear weapons.
Game theoretic approach to India-Pakistan conflict
While the threat of nuclear war has been repeatedly used by Pakistan to rile up international support over the Kashmir issue, India needs to practice restraint in its approach towards the issue.
Imran reiterates nuclear blackmail if world doesn't pressure India
PM Khan said that the situation in Kashmir is just the beginning and it will be the first time since the 1962 Cuban crisis that two nuclear-armed countries will be facing off.
Why India needs to tread carefully on Kashmir
India has won world's trust on Kashmir. But there is intense scrutiny and there is zero room for slip-up.
Pakistan reactivates 7 launch pads on LoC to push in 275 jihadis
Pakistan has reactivated its terror camps and seven launch pads along the Line of Control (LoC) to infiltrate around 275 terrorists, including Afghan and Pashtun mercenaries, into J&K.
No change in Pakistan's nuclear policy: FO says on Imran's statement
Addressing a gathering of the Sikh community at the Governor's House in Lahore on Monday evening, Imran Khan said both India and Pakistan are nuclear-armed countries and if tension escalates, the world will face danger.
Imran Khan threatens nuclear war, 'consequences for the whole world,' if Kashmir issue is not addressed
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday threatened the world with the spectre of a nuclear war if the global community did not pay attention to Islamabad’s dispute with New Delhi over Kashmir.
Tough to prove 'Kashmir genocide' claim: Pakistan ICJ lawyer
Khawar Qureshi has said, "in absence of these evidences, it is extremely difficult for Pakistan to take this case to the ICJ".
Priyanka Chopra says she's patriotic, but not fond of war after Pakistani woman slams her for encouraging nuclear attack
The woman questioned the actor's role as UN Goodwill ambassador.
Our nukes not meant for Diwali: PM on Pak's nuclear threat
Without mentioning the IAF strike on Jaish-e-Muhammed’s Balakot camp, Modi said his government had crushed Pakistan’s ego by taking bold steps.
‘This is as big as Pokhran in 1998’
In an interview, Former DRDO chief VK Saraswat says the success of the programme has added to the country’s strategic capability and ranked it equal to the 1998 Pokhran nuclear test.
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