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How is nuclear deal helpful to India ?

Asked by prakash k, 23 Sep '08 03:10 pm
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The controversial nuclear deal between India and the US has been put into "deep freeze" after the Indian prime minister told the US president, George Bush, "certain difficulties" had stalled the pact for the foreseeable future.
Described by the Bush administration as the "single most important initiative in the 60 years of our relationship"' the landmark agreement would have allowed India to become the first nation allowed to keep its atomic weapons and to trade in nuclear technology despite not having signed international treaties on non-proliferation.

Although India's prime minister, Manmohan Singh, had personally backed the deal, the government was unable to convince communist allies the agreement was in the country's interest.

In the two months since the pact was finalised, the row between Mr Singh and communist politicians, vital for his government's survival, has become increasingly bitter.

The communists' argument is that India ...more
Answered by architsehgal, 23 Sep '08 03:46 pm

 
  
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May be it solve the electricity problem of India.
Answered by romio, 23 Sep '08 03:15 pm

 
  
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Yes nuclear deal is good for present but what about the future. Yes future WHAT WILL WE DO WITH THE NUCLEAR WASTE even the developed country like USA does not have the technology to securely decompose the nuclear. It will not be problem for some 40 to 50 yrs but after what will we do . In USA the population density is very small & they have many freelands for tempory solutions but India with a very large density , where can it hide or dispose the n-waste. We have many safe options power generation like wind mill , solar , etc . Spent little money on these than spenting huge money on n - fuel which is very very harm full. I have an idea place many solar panels in our deserts then we generate huge electricity it will somewhat costly but far far better & safe than n Fuel
Answered by aakash kumar, 23 Sep '08 03:12 pm

 
  
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Not to india but to indian politicians
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 23 Sep '08 03:12 pm

 
  
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We can get dual use items & technologies
Answered by vunnam jalaramaiah, 23 Sep '08 03:11 pm

 
  
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