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Energy demand to be higher in 4Q FY21: Ind-Ra

The short-term power price at Indian Energy Exchange continued its improving trend with prices breaching Rs 4 per unit in March for the first time since October 2018.

No Nuclear

The first-ever nuclear weapons ban treaty is groundbreaking, even though the nuclear powers haven’t signed  

MTAR Technologies files for 650 crore IPO

According to the DRHP filed, the IPO is a fresh issuance of up to 40,00,000 shares and an offer for sale of up to 82,24,270 shares from promoter and investor selling shareholders aggregating up to 12,224,270 equity shares of face value of Rs 10 each.

North Korea to defy coronavirus with huge parade

A procession of progressively larger armoured vehicles and tanks is likely to follow, culminating with whatever missiles Pyongyang wants to put on show.

Japan’s newly minted prime minister steps into UN limelight

“Establishing constructive relations between Japan and North Korea will not only serve the interests of both sides but will also greatly contribute to regional peace and stability.”

North Korea fires two projectiles amid COVID-19 pandemic

Japan's coast guard confirmed a missile had landed outside the waters of its exclusive economic zone.

Magnitude 5 quake strikes near Iran nuclear plant

Iranian state media did not immediately report on the quake. However, the Bushehr nuclear power plant was designed to withstand much stronger earthquakes.

Go aggressive on renewables

India’s green energy initiatives will gain full steam only when enabling mechanisms and infrastructure are ready

Twitter erupts with joy as ‘Chernobyl’ bags three Emmys

Chernobyl is a historical drama television miniseries depicting the nuclear disaster of April 1986 and the unprecedented clean up after the incident.

No complete withdrawal from Afghanistan: Donald Trump

"We will always have intelligence, and we'll always have somebody there"

Hiroshima marks 74th anniversary of WWII atomic bombing

The combined number of surviving 'hibakusha' (atomic bomb survivor) from the two attacks stood at 145,844 as of March 2019, with their average age at 82.65.

Kim warns N. Korea could consider change of tack

At a summit with US President Donald Trump in Singapore in June the two signed a vaguely worded pledge on denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.

Putting their thinking apps on

For a generation finding solace in loneliness, sharing their innermost ordeals is a taboo. Fearing judgement and criticism, youngsters find it difficult to even open up to their peers, let alone parents and elders.

North Korea still pursuing nuclear, missile programmes: UN report

The report also says North Korea is defying sanctions through diplomats and others based overseas and continues to sell conventional weapons to fuel violence.

Pope voices nuclear war concerns at he begins Latin America trip

"I think we are at the very edge," the pope told reporters aboard his plane when asked about the threat of a nuclear war in the wake of a recent string of tests by North Korea and a false missile alert last week that sparked panic in the US state of Hawaii.

Trump warns N Korea, says US nuclear button is ‘much bigger’

Trump's message came after Kim used his annual New Year address to warn he has a "nuclear button" on his table, but sweetened his remarks by expressing an interest in dialogue and taking part in the Pyeongchang Games next month.

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons bags Nobel Peace Prize

The prize comes amid heightened tensions over both North Korea's aggressive development of nuclear weapons and President Donald Trump's persistent criticism of the deal to curb Iran's nuclear programme.

S Korea’s Moon: There will be no war on Korean peninsula

"I will prevent war at all cost," he added. "So I want all South Koreans to believe with confidence that there will be no war."

As US passes new sanctions bill, Iran lashes out with warning

"Americans cannot tolerate an independent and influential country (like Iran) in this sensitive region."

Important to stop flow of currency to N Korea, says Japan

Japan supports new sanctions but also maintains that Russia and China must do more to fully implement the current set of measures targeting their economic ties with North Korea.

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