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N deal in danger. tell me how ?

Asked by ASHFAKUR RAHAMAN, 05 Sep '08 11:07 am
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For many years India was in the Russian camp and naturally, in the US, there is an anti India lobby. They had been opposing the deal with India tooth and nail. The act is meant for civilian usage of nuclear power and it is silent on military usage. Since we shall be receiving uninterrupted supply of material and equipment for civilian usage, our present and future reactors will be subject for inspection by IAEA. But such inspection will not apply to the present and future reactors for military usage purposes. But the act is totally silent on testing. It is a very touchy issue. Because in today's context, it is impossible to have an agreement that will allow us to test. Naturally we have to camouflage it under wraps and that is what has been done. But the US government is required to convince their Congress and senate that US will not support India in case India goes for nuclear tests. (Mind you, everyone knows that we are making bombs and the act is silent on the same). The assurances ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 05 Sep '08 12:47 pm

 
  
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Answered by JASBIR SINGH, 05 Sep '08 11:12 am

 
  
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