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Yes offcourse in my opinion, it gives India liberty to venture into nuclear power generation, because as u know India is one of the fastest emerging p... more

Answered by Reshma Mariam, 07 Oct '08 11:12 am


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Answered by shaikh mohamed, 30 Jul '08 04:48 pm


Indo-US Nuclear deal is ambiguous. We do not have a clear picture of this deal . Govt did not disclose or cleared all the articles to the people for... more

Answered by sisir majumder, 24 Jul '08 06:45 pm


is nuclear deal with usa beneficial?

Asked by Sheena Fulwadwa, 13 Jul '08 06:54 pm , 6 answers

When people like former President of India Dr Kalam, former Chairman of Atomic Energy Commission Kasturirangan and present Chairman of Atomic Energy C... more

Answered by Good Citizen, 13 Jul '08 10:11 pm


By supporting the UPA govt at centre for more than four years, Left parties and their leaders enjoyed some benefits and favours. The UPA govt failed t... more

Answered by kesireddy sreedhar, 12 Jul '08 02:40 pm


India purely gets benefit from this nuclear deal:-What does India get out of the Deal?Benefits to India are immense with this deal. First and foremost... more

Answered by gaurav singh, 02 Dec '07 11:24 am


Mr. Sunil have a very narrow perception about Muslim and Islaam...I wont go in details but I would like to correct you that Indian muslims... more

Answered by Rukhsana.Siddiqui, 20 Aug '07 03:43 pm


In the past, USA would have been very happy if they can debar us from Nuclear weapon testing - but not now. Basically they need friends in Asia to cou... more

Answered by Sankar Mitra, 24 Aug '07 02:02 pm


This is a beneficial deal with USA being the ultra developed country.... more

Answered by benudhar pradhan, 27 Jan '07 12:14 am

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