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"… nuclear facilities and requiring cyber-incident response plans. Similarly, India, though still hampered by rampant corruption and a worrisome terrorist pre …"

"… ge that fresh stocks of bomb-useable materials will attract terrorists. In India, careless handling of dangerous nuclear waste stoked public outcry for lim …"

"… nuclear waste stoked public outcry for limits on its nuclear program, and India’s porous defense of nuclear material raised concerns internationally as …"

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"… ’s campaign committee is from the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, an American Indian tribe located in East Central Minnesota. But in the digitized version of …"

"… e workers span over 190 countries, though research suggests that the U.S., India, Canada, Great Britain, the Philippines, Venezuela and Germany are the bes …"

"… ent of current workers are foreign. The largest foreign population is from India. The median wage for Indian Mechanical Turk workers is $1.65 — closer to …"

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"… diem rate is less than half of what the U.S. allows.   In New Delhi, India, the latest Business Travel News index calculates a per diem of $212. …"

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"… . Last year, it agreed to let General Atomics sell some advanced drones to India, for example. And in April 2018, the Trump administration created streamli …"

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"… engineer who retired from the Ford Motor Company, Siddiqi immigrated from India in 1969, after a 1965 U.S. reform ended national-origins quotas dating fro …"

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"… ould also affect competition between regional nuclear rivals, such as India and Pakistan.   The report adds that AI might bring s …"

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"… billions of dollars to create. Besides the three superpowers, France and India are among the nations in pursuit of the complicated and challenging techno …"

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"… the security arrangements for nuclear bomb ingredients in South Africa and India. They also helped us reveal details of illicit international trade in such …"

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"… disaster of Bhopal-like proportions,” referring to the 1984 gas leak in India that killed thousands. The city’s complaint called the refinery a “pu …"

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"… and Australia, for example — or high-profile countries such as China and India. Career diplomats, meanwhile, largely represent the United States in less …"

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"… senior strategic adviser Tim Roemer, a Democrat who previously represented Indiana in the U.S. House of Representative and served as U.S. ambassador to Ind …"

"… diana in the U.S. House of Representative and served as U.S. ambassador to India under Obama. “It was a good idea to fix the FEC when Obama was presiden …"

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"… , among them a chemical leak at a Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, that killed thousands in December 1984, and a near-miss at a sister plant …"

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"… ds, whose entire population is smaller than that of Ferguson, Missouri, to India, the world’s second most populous country, individual governments are re …"

"… ovember alone, governments in Iceland, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, India and Pakistan announced probes of nearly 1,300 taxpayers for potential tax …"

"… . France’s Ministry of Finance announced it was auditing 560 taxpayers. India’s special Panama Papers taskforce said it was probing the offshore affai …"

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"… t’s poor human rights record. Other Trump Organization entanglements in India, Russia and Dubai create conflicts of interest that could threaten America …"

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"… new attack ad features Clinton defending the outsourcing of jobs while in India as a U.S. senator in 2005. Another criticizes her for Libya turning into a …"

"… own campaign has not aired a single TV ad since early May, when he won the Indiana primary and all-but-clinched the GOP presidential nomination. The ad’s …"

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"… a Papers, and said Belgium would open an investigation into its findings. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked for a special multi-agency t …"

"… the Panama Papers revelations for evidence of tax evasion or wrongdoing by Indian citizens. The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority rea …"

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"… a for specific criticism, but said progress is needed between Pakistan and India. He referred disparagingly to the fact that “global stocks of plutonium …"

"… are growing” – a circumstance that experts say is occurring in Japan, India, Pakistan, and the United Kingdom. He also expressed worry that “nuclear …"

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"… tes and Russia, but large stocks also exist in the United Kingdom, France, India, Pakistan, China and Japan. Altogether, the stockpiles could be used in t …"

"… ll fallen short of earlier projections. So where do we stand now? Japan, India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom are increa …"

"… bsp;three other key nations — Russia, China, and Pakistan — declined. (India declined then but more recently has indicated it may sign the agreement la …"

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"… stave off asbestos bans and preserve markets in developing nations such as India and China, where building materials and other products containing asbestos …"

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"… r bomb, Australia again got the top mark, while North Korea came in last. India’s overall rank was 21st in that group, and South Africa was 16th. Worris …"

"… e report noted. But the report also expressed concern that Japan — like India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom — is inc …"

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"… n a handful of key nations. From South Africa to Iraq and from Moldova to India, here are some of the most alarming stories we published about terrorism a …"

"… a significant quantity of Soviet-era nuclear materials are on the loose. India's push for nuclear power has its residents, close neighbors and the West w …"

"… r nuclear power has its residents, close neighbors and the West worried If India continues to power itself with coal, it could be the world's No. 1 pollute …"

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"… Center for Public Integrity helped serve democracy,  from Virginia to India. Here’s a sample of what our journalism, with your support, helped accom …"

"… ining industry A human-rights commission initiated a probe into India’s nuclear program that exposes villagers to deadly levels of radiation. …"

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"… e episode was a fresh example of what officials here and outside India depict as serious shortcomings in the country’s nuclear guard force, tas …"

"… kpiles of fissile material and nuclear explosives. An estimated 90 to 110 Indian nuclear bombs are stored in six or so government-run sites patrolled by t …"

"… olm International Peace Research Institute, an independent think tank, and Indian officials. Within the next two decades, as many as 57 reactors could also …"

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"… ere.” …"

"… e corporation that runs the mines and the chief government official in the Indian state where the mines are located to respond to the allegations within tw …"

"… were referenced as part of a Center series this week on issues surrounding India’s nuclear industry. The Commission, which functions like a civil court …"

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"… ttps://www.publicintegrity.org/national-security/nuclear-waste …"

"… re, India — When laborers began excavating protected pastureland in India’s southern Karanataka state in 2012, members of the nomadic Lambani trib …"

"… rti Karianna, a weaver who sits on one of the village councils that funnel India’s sprawling democracy down to the grass roots. Karianna recalls being b …"

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"… l operation in Kudankulam, a remote fishing village in the southern tip of India, 1,700 miles from the capital, was portrayed by operators and builders fro …"

"… r national friendship and technical prowess, as well as a showcase step in India’s ambitious plan to bring a total of 57 reactors on line to power the su …"

"… blematic construction as well as the checkered safety records of the giant Indian and Russian consortiums that erected it. Although the reactor is now shut …"

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"… The Subarnarekha River roars out of the Chota Nagpur plateau in eastern India, before emptying 245 miles downstream into the Bay of Bengal, making it a …"

"… inerals and ore. Its link to widespread misfortune is not admitted by the Indian government. But the authorities' role in the deaths of those who live nea …"

"… ho live near it first became clear when professor Dipak Ghosh, a respected Indian physicist and dean of the Faculty of Science at Jadavpur University in Ko …"

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"… disease devastating agricultural workers in Central America, Sri Lanka and India. Scientists suspect the malady is caused by a combination of factors inclu …"

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"… on plutonium stockpiles, due to opposition from countries like Russia and India that are seeking to develop commercial plutonium nuclear programs. The jo …"

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"… he draft and interviews with sources familiar with the preparations. Both India and Russia have resisted limits on plutonium production in the past, said …"

"… ograms, is a departure and obviously nettlesome to some countries. Japan, India and Russia, for example, plan to build new energy systems based on advance …"

"… in have produced plutonium under contract for other countries. Separately, India, Pakistan and Israel produce plutonium for weapons, according to a 2013 re …"

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