At Pokhran, May 11 1998 there were 3 tests and on 13 1998 there were 2 tests altogether 5 tests conducted by atal vehare vajpai
Short answer: no. One of the treaties in the 1960's banned above ground testing and all countries (the US, Soviet Union, France, and China) have followed that ban. The US and the Soviet Union agreed, in a separate treaty, to stop underground testing in the 1970's and both have followed that treaty. Other countries, India and Pakistan and possibly North Korea, did not agree to ban all testing and have conducted underground nuclear testing in the last ten years.
The United States hasn't tested a nuclear device for many years, but in the past each bomb and its associated test both had their own independent code names, and later a codename for each weapon and a test series. While many milestone tests and bombs' codenames have been declassified, many others have not. A good source for some of the bigger key tests is the movie "Trinity & Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie". It was released on DVD several years ago, and is an excellent documentary on most of the key weapons tests performed by the U.S., Russian and China.. As one who worked with nuclear weapons in the Navy, you don't really get an idea of the scale of devastation until you see the test blasts on film. I've included a link to some of the YouTube video clips on the movie below. The best single source of codenames for US tests, series, devices, components, etc. is Chuck Hansen's work Swords of Armageddon. You can either buy it directly on the net or have your library get it for you on interlibrary loan.
A fair test is the goal of many an enquiry. A test should not be biassed by the selection of subject, by the test method itself, nor by the method of analysis.
There are 40 questions on the science Aspire test.
Beep test also known as a multi-stage fitness test or pacer test or bleep test consists of 20 metres shuttle run test.
The first test at Pokhran was in 1974, there were more tests in 1998
In 1998, India conducted five nuclear test explosions, designated Pokhran-II: three on the 11thof May, and two on the 13thof the same month.Related Information:These tests came about 24 years after India's first successful test explosion, Pokhran-I, which consisted of only one explosion.Pokhran-II established India as the sixth nuclear power in the world and the first outside the UN security Counsel.Pokhran is a reference to the test location, Pokran, Rajasthan.
India's first nuclear test on May 18, 1974, described by the Indian government as a "peaceful nuclear explosion." The first Nuclear Test in India was cnducted on 18 May , 1974 at Pokhran.
India conducted its first nuclear detonation, described by India as a "peaceful nuclear explosion," on May 18 1974.
India is not a Party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. India tested what it called a "peaceful nuclear explosive" in 1974 (which became known as "Smiling Buddha"). The test was the first test developed after the creation of the NPT, and created new questions about how civilian nuclear technology could be diverted secretly to weapons purposes (dual-use technology). Though India maintained that its nuclear capability was primarily "peaceful", it apparently weaponized two dozen nuclear weapons for delivery by air between 1988 and 1990. But it was not until 1998 that India tested weaponized nuclear warheads ("Operation Shakti"), including a thermonuclear device. And it is estimated that India has 80-100 nuclear warheads (might not be active).
"Smiling Buddha" was the code name of India's the first nuclear weapon test conducted on May 18, 1974.
To intimidate Pakistan.
on 28 May 1998
Just 2 months before nuclear test of Pakistan, India tested nuclear weapon at pokhran. Both India and Pakistan became nuclear power with almost a gap of 2 monhts. After Pakistan North Korea test its nuclear weapon.
India conducted its first nuclear weapons test, codenamed "Smiling Buddha," on May 18, 1974. This made India the first country outside of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council to possess nuclear weapons.