ISLAMABAD, Jan. 1 (Xinhua) -- Pakistan and India on Wednesday exchanged list of nuclear installations under bilateral agreement, according to Pakistan's Foreign Ministry.
Pakistan handed over list of its nuclear installations to the Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad.
Similarly Indian External Affairs Ministry handed over its list to Pakistani High Commissioner in New Delhi.
Under the agreement signed between the two countries in 1988, both countries are bound to exchange list of nuclear installations at the start of new year.
Meanwhile Pakistan and India also exchanged list of prisoners under the Consular Access Agreement between the two countries.
Pakistan presented a list of 281 Indian prisoners including 232 fishermen held in Pakistan's jails while India reciprocated with a list of 396 Pakistani prisoners including 139 fishermen imprisoned in India.
India's homegrown terror outfit plans to explode nuclear bomb in western state of Gujarat: report
NEW DELHI, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) -- Indian Mujahideen, a homegrown terror outfit, planned to explode a nuclear bomb in the western state of Gujarat's city of Surat, local media reported Monday.
The terror group's India chief, Yasin Bhatkal, who was arrested by police in August this year, revealed this to his interrogators, The Times of India newspaper reported, citing the interrogation report. Full story