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Is it possible to renegotiate N-Deal?

Asked by alagar srinivasan, 02 Oct '08 08:20 pm
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Though possible but it will tense relations between our two countries and may give india a bad name but our nation!s interest should be uttermost.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 02 Oct '08 09:07 pm

 
  
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Describing the Indo-US nuclear deal as a "blind trap" and tantamount to acceding to the NPT regime, BJP today said once it comes to power it would renegotiate the deal and even keep open the right to conduct a nuclear test if need arises.

"This deal has many shortcomings. When the BJP comes to power it will re-think and renegotiate the deal. If need be we will keep open the right to conduct nuclear tests," BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said.

Rudy accused Prime Minister Manmohan Singh [Images] of "denying" the basic facts of the deal including the provision stating that the deal would be annulled if India conducted nuclear tests.

"The unambiguous and conclusive remarks by the US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice that any nuclear test by India will have serious consequences including the automatic termination of all co-operation....vindicates the BJP stand that India has abrogated all its rights to conduct nuclear tests forever,&q ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 11 Dec '08 05:01 pm

 
  
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No it is not. But there is no necessity for that. Only lacuna is the testing of bomb. Did any sane peron expected that the international community will withdraw the sanction against us and also will allow us to test bombs? It is a great achievement that the sanctions is withdrawn in spite of the fact we have not signed NPT or CTBT agreemnt which is the main requrement of the NSG countries for withdrawl of sanctions. So the issue now for vote politics is what happens if we test in future. Surely America will stop all co-operations and stop supplies. But supply will continue to come from Russia and France. For a moment stop and think, why US is supporting us. Answer lies in their global strategy for containing China, which is becoming very important for the US and so they require our support and that is also in our interest. If a test takes place, US will surely make noise for sometime but will not and cannot stop France and Russia. Bottom line is business. India today has the money to ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 02 Oct '08 08:42 pm

 
  
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I think no.So red pins are already spouting up to the dismay of the galiant negotiators.Americans are not to be taken on face value.
Answered by bhaskara rao, 02 Oct '08 08:23 pm

 
  
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