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Friday, September 25, 1998 Published at 16:09 GMT 17:09 UK


Pakistan tables nuclear offer
Pakistan says it is willing to sign the nuclear test ban treaty in return for a similar commitment from India and the lifting of sanctions.
Pakistan and India feel US nuclear pressure
On the sidelines of the UN Assembly, the US is making new efforts to persuade Pakistan and India to freeze their nuclear weapons programmes.
India says Pakistan talks to resume
The Indian Prime Minister says India and Pakistan plan to resume talks on resolving their differences, including the future of the disputed territory of Kashmir.
'Constructive' US-Pakistani talks
Talks in London between the US and Pakistani officials on Pakistan's nuclear weapons strategy have been described as 'constructive'.
US and India discuss nuclear treaty
US Deputy Secretary of State, Strobe Talbott, has met a senior Indian envoy as part of a fresh attempt to persuade India and Pakistan to join the international nuclear test ban treaty.
No progress for India Pakistan dialogue
Attempts to restart a stalled process of dialogue between India and Pakistan have failed, despite a series of meetings at a regional summit in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo.
Nuclear bomb making material seized
Security officials in India have seized six kilograms of enriched uranium, which could be used in nuclear bombs.
India indicates test ban support
India has given a qualified commitment to signing the nuclear test ban treating following a similar pledge by Pakistan.





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