• NSG: Nuclear Suppliers Group
• NSG: National Security Guard
We will discuss both full forms below.
Information About Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)
Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is a group of those countries who supply nuclear. NSG is always concerned with reducing the spread of nuclear weapons by controlling the export and re-transfer of materials that may be applicable to nuclear weapon development and by improving safeguards and protection on existing materials.
The NSG was founded in May 1974 in response to the Indian nuclear test. Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) first met in November 1975. In London from 1975 to 1978, a group of meetings resulted in agreements on the guidelines for export. After those meetings, the NSG did not meet again until 1991.
The NSG had seven participating governments in the very beginning. Canada, West Germany, France, Japan, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States are the seven countries. Then the participation was expanded to fifteen in the year 1976-77. In 1990, while Czechoslovakia broke up into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993, Germany was reunited. The NSG now has 48 participating governments.
There are some criteria to become a member of NSG. In accordance with the Guidelines, Enforcement of a legally based domestic export control system which gives effect to the commitment to act. Support of international endeavor towards nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction and also of their delivery vehicles.
Information About National Security Guard (NSG)
National Security Guard (NSG) is a very special force unit under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) of India. The motto of NSG is Sarvatra Sarvottam Surakhsha(in Hindi). The nearest meaning of that motto can be “protection everywhere”. It was raised, for combating terrorist activities with a view to protecting states against internal disturbances in 1984.
The Special Action Group (SAG) provides core operational capability to NSG. The Special Rangers Group (SRG), the police component of NSG, they even handle VIP security. NSG is composed of personnel on deputation from other Central Armed Police Forces and State Police Forces.
The Headquarters of NSG is at Mehram Nagar, Palam. The head post of NSG is Director General (DG), who is selected by the honorable Home Minister.
The specific goals of NSG are:
• Terrorist threat neutralization.
• Handle hijacking situations both in the air and on land.
• Disposing bombs.
• Post Blast Investigation
• Engaging and neutralizing terrorists in specific situations.
• Rescue hostage.
These two abbreviations are mostly used for NSG. Besides those, there are some few more abbreviations. Let’s know those.
• NSG: New Socialist Group
• NSG: Nippon Sheet Glass