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Q. Is the Indo-US Nuclear Deal a Boon or Bane for India?

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Asked by preeti poddar, 03 Oct '09 10:55 am
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More of a boon
only time will tell
Answered by anil garg, 16 Feb '10 08:41 pm

 
  
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America is a very natural ally to nuclear fuel supply group (NSG)countries. In the past, through secret letter, the US convinces NSG that it would withdraw support once India conducts nuclear test, just to get the deal. Many members of NSG are against waiver to India.
I consider the America a rouge state. It can arm twist India any time , if India doesn't serve purpose to Americans or Americans find a suitable ally better than India. On one hand, it convinced India that everything is as planned, on the other hand, it tried to woo the NSG members by telling them that it would withdraw the facility once India does a nuclear test.
Seeing the complex nature of convincing by Americans to whole world, And very much willingness by Indian contingent, it is a disturbing sign. India would put in a substantial amount of Rs. 84000 crore in such facility. I don't think, the Indian Govt. has any remedy, incase the Americans withdrew support or pressurised NSG not to supply the fuel.
I have my dou ...more
Answered by prabhat kumar kumar, 03 Oct '09 11:38 am

 
  
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Depends from which perspective you see it. If handled well, it could be useful.
Answered by syed ilyas, 03 Oct '09 11:00 am

 
  
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