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NSG waiver is the win for INDIA or USA?

Asked by Vikrant Thapliyal, 06 Sep '08 06:38 pm
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Forty-five nations approved a U.S. proposal on Saturday to lift a global ban on nuclear trade with India in a breakthrough towards sealing a controversial U.S.-Indian atomic energy deal.
One hurdle remained before the U.S.-India deal can take force -- ratification by the U.S. Congress. It must act before adjourning in late September for elections or the deal could be left to an uncertain fate under a new U.S. administration.

The U.S.-India deal raised international misgivings since India has shunned the almost universal Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) meant to stop the spread and production of nuclear weapons and mandate gradual disarmament, and a companion test ban pact.

Washington says the fuel and technology deal would forge a strategic partnership with the world's largest democracy, help India meet exploding energy demand in an environmentally sound way and open a nuclear market worth billions of dollars.

Nuclear Suppliers Group nations adopted a one-off waiver allowing ...more
Answered by Rucha Kulkarni, 06 Sep '08 08:22 pm

 
  
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Usa
Answered by P S Kumar, 07 Sep '08 12:32 pm

 
  
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Neither.

Only UPA & American based Octavio Quatarrouchi.
Answered by A Moin, 06 Sep '08 07:56 pm

 
  
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Both the countries will bw benifited . But a defeat for the left
Answered by sukumaran, 06 Sep '08 06:45 pm

 
  
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One more feather to UPA govt.
Answered by hitler, 06 Sep '08 06:43 pm

 
  
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None but defeat for pakistan
Answered by HARIJIBAN BANERJEE, 06 Sep '08 06:42 pm

 
  
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