When did India get nukes?

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When did India get nukes?

May 1974

Q. Who helped India get nuclear weapons?

The two states both share borders with China, one of the world’s biggest nuclear powers, although the exact size of its arsenal remains unknown. Reducing nuclear asymmetry with China has been a motivating factor in India’s weapons development.

Q. Who started nuclear program in India?

Homi Jehangir Bhabha

Q. What is the real story of Pokhran?

Pokhran-II consisted of five detonations, the first of which was a fusion bomb while the remaining four were fission bombs. The tests were initiated on 11 May 1998, under the assigned code name Operation Shakti, with the detonation of one fusion and two fission bombs.

Q. Which country made hydrogen bomb?

first tested a hydrogen bomb on Aug, followed by the United Kingdom in May 1957, China (1967), and France (1968). In 1998 India tested a “thermonuclear device,” which was believed to be a hydrogen bomb.

Q. Which country has highest atomic bomb?

Russia

Q. Which countries have more females than males?

Top 10 Countries with Highest Female Population

Country (Rank)Female Vs Male
1. CuracaoPercentage of female population: 54.

Q. What is the most gender equal country?

Iceland

Q. Which country has the best income equality?

South Africa

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