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Rajnath hints India's 'no first use' nuke policy may change in future

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News video: Rajnath Singh hints at change in no first use policy on nuclear weapons

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh reiterated India’s stand of no first nuclear us, but then also added a twist. Rajnath Singh said that while India stands firm on the no first use policy, its stand may change.

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