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By Arvind PanagariyaAs the world prepares for the upcoming nuclear test and China has already begun building a military base in the disputed Paracel Islands, it seems to be time for India to take the lead in shaping public opinion about the country’s nuclear weapons.
This week, we have published articles about India’s nuclear test, India’s military buildup in the South China Sea, the Indian prime minister’s visit to Pakistan, and the launch of an Indian fighter jet.
In this week’s roundup, we are looking at how news and analysis have played out over the last two weeks, which is why this article is particularly relevant for the current news cycle.
What you need to know about the nuclear test by the country with the fewest nuclear weaponsFirst, we should start by saying that this is not the first time that we have been discussing the nuclear weapons issue.
In February 2017, the country also launched a military aircraft carrier that has been deployed to the South Asia.
In October 2016, India tested its first hydrogen bomb, which has been classified as a thermonuclear weapon.
The test also demonstrated the country has the ability to carry out an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) strike.
This article was originally published on the BBC News website.
The article has been updated to include additional details.
What do we know about this week ‘nuclear test’ and India’s upcoming military buildup?
We know India is the world’s largest country with more than 5,000 nuclear weapons (1,700 of which are in its arsenal), but we don’t know exactly what India is building in Paracels, or what the military buildup is.
What we do know is that China has been building a massive military base on the disputed South China Islands for some time.
We have also seen reports that India has begun building an air defense system in the region, and that the country is planning to build nuclear submarines.
The Indian prime minster has visited Pakistan, the first by an Indian leader since 1984, and a military exercise was conducted last month in the Paracells.
We also know that the Indian government has recently deployed its first aircraft carrier in the area, and is likely to have another aircraft carrier soon.
We have also heard that China is planning a second nuclear test in the coming weeks, and has even claimed that it has the capability to strike at any country in the world.
This could come as a surprise to some, as it was reported in June that the Chinese government was considering deploying an inter-continental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) to the disputed Spratly Islands, a strategic location that includes the disputed islands.
The military exercise that was conducted by India and China is expected to last up to six months.
In the last few days, India has also deployed its second aircraft carrier, the INS Arihant, which it has been using to conduct drills with other countries, and was also recently sent to the Indian Ocean.
India has already tested two missiles with missiles, the Shahab-class nuclear submarine and the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), which it is expected will be used to launch satellites into space.
This comes after a report in the New York Times in June claimed that India had launched a new ballistic missile that is capable of reaching Alaska.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives to attend a function at the India-China Strategic Dialogue in New Delhi, India, June 30, 2017.
Reuters/Adnan AbidiIn addition to these new and existing missile systems, India is also reportedly building a submarine capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
The submarine is reportedly under construction in the Bay of Bengal and is expected by the end of this year.
We will have to wait and see how this submarine is tested and tested, but it is likely that India is working on it as we speak.
The Indian prime ministry has also been hosting a series of meetings with the US, Britain, France, Russia, China, Germany, Japan and Australia in the last week.
This includes a meeting on the nuclear threat and the threat posed by nuclear weapons in a “near future” and a briefing with Australian Prime Minister Peter Dutton on India’s growing military buildup.
The US has also announced that it will hold its own nuclear test soon, possibly as early as this week.
The United States has deployed the B61 nuclear bomb on two test sites, in New Mexico and California, in recent months, and this week, India confirmed that it had conducted the first test of its B61N submarine.
It is also believed that the submarine is still in the development stage.
Ahead of the nuclear tests, India was also reportedly considering the launch by Pakistan of its own intercontinental missile.
While it has not conducted any tests in the past, the Pakistanis claim they have already fired the first intercontinental rocket, which could be capable of hitting India.
Pakistan also reportedly has a missile test facility in the Arabian Sea, and