Can Bangladesh buy nuclear weapons

Nuclear weapons: India, Pakistan and the bomb

Pakistan's missiles
HATF ("Armor") I
Type: single stage, solid propellant, based on a French sounding rocket
Range: 60? 80 kilometers
Warhead: 500 kilograms
Status: tested in January 1989
HATF II
Type: single stage, solid propellant
Range: 280? 300 kilometers
Warhead: 500 kilograms
Status: tested in January 1989
HATF III
Type: single stage, solid propellant
Range: up to 600 kilometers
Warhead: 250 kilograms
Status: tested in January 1997
M-11
Type: single stage, solid propellant
Range: 290 kilometers
Warhead: 500 kilograms
Status: allegedly imported from China
GHAURI (name of a
afghan king of
12th century)
Type: single stage, liquid fuel; resembles a missile from North Korea
Range: 1500 kilometers
Warhead: 700 kilograms
Status: tested in April 1998, in series production since November 1998
SHAHEEN ("Eagle") I
Type: single stage, solid propellant
Range: 600 - 750 kilometers
Warhead: 1000 kilograms
Status: tested in April 1999
SHAHEEN ("Eagle") II
Type: two-stage, solid propellant
Range: 2400 kilometers
Warhead: unknown
Status: under development
India's missiles
AGNI ("Fire") I
Type: First stage solid propellant, second stage liquid propellant
Range: 1500? 2000 kilometers
Warhead: 1000 kilograms
Status: suspended
AGNI II
Type: Two stages with solid propellant
Range: 2000 kilometers
Warhead: 1000 kilograms
Status: tested in April 1999
PRITHVI ("Earth") I
Type: single stage, liquid fuel, based on the Russian SA-2 surface-to-air missile
Range: 150 kilometers
Warhead: 1000 kilograms
Status: ready for use
PRITHVI II
Type: single stage, liquid fuel
Range: 250 kilometers
Warhead: 500 kilograms
Status: tested in January 1996
PRITHVI III
Type: single stage, liquid fuel,
sea-based
Range: probably 350 kilometers
Warhead: unknown
Status: under development
SAGARIKA ("Sea Born")
Type: cruise missile / ballistic missile for submarines
Range: probably 300 kilometers
Warhead: unknown
Status: under development