Pokhran II, twenty years later

Context: Twenty years ago, on May 11, 1998, India took a leap into the unknown world of nuclear weapon powers with the tests at Pokhran. Though the decision was taken after great deliberation and with preparation, how the reaction of the world would affect the future of India was unknown. Read More …

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Facts Corner-Part-80

Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission The Armistice Agreement which brought to a halt the Korean conflict was drafted in part by the Americans and India’s V.K. Krishna Menon. One of the follow-up actions to the Armistice Agreement was the establishment of a Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission (NNRC) which was to decide Read More …