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NSG-Nucleur supplier group

WHAT IS THE NSG ? The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is a group of nuclear supplier countries which seeks to contribute to the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons through the implementation of Guidelines for nuclear exports and nuclear related exports.
The NSG Guidelines are implemented by each Participating Government in accordance with its national laws and practices. Decisions on export applications are taken at the national level in accordance with national export licensing requirements.
History of the NSG

The NSG was created following the explosion in 1974 of a nuclear device by a non-nuclear-weapon State, which demonstrated that nuclear technology transferred for peaceful purposes could be misused.

The NSG Guidelines were published in 1978 as IAEA Document INFCIRC/254 (subsequently amended), to apply to nuclear transfers for peaceful purposes to help ensure that such …

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Who are lord Parekh and Ruby Dhalla and why were they in news recently?

Answer: Canadian Member of Parliament Ruby Dhalla feels that the Indian government should address some of the concerns of non-resident Indians to connect with them in a more meaningful way and Lord Bhikhu Parekh, Professor of Political Philosophy at the University Of Westminster, UK was in news about his work "A New Politics of Identity".

What was aim of 8th Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas and where it was held and small-boat building capital of India is?

Answer: the aim is focus on infrastructure, farming and healthcare... And held in New Delhi ...
the small-boat building capital of India is Mandvi... it's the coastal town in Gujarat...
Mandvi's boatbuilding industry is worth over Rs 300 crore at present. It is expected to touch Rs 1,000 crore by 2012.

Where is India's largest solar steam cooking system located??

Answer: SHRIDHI ; Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra.

What is NFHS and when was it conducted fo…