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Will neuclear US deal with IND be benificial...????

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Asked by RISHITA, 18 Mar '08 07:31 pm
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By enabling India to import uranium fuel for its nuclear power plants, the agreement would allow India to free up its limited supplies of indigenous uranium (which India currently must divide between its weapons production and electricity generation) for dedicated use in its military program. According to estimates by a former Indian intelligence official and by the International Panel on Fissile Material among others, India could boost its nuclear weapons production from its current production capability of six to 12 weapons a year to 40 to 50 weapons a year with the agreement. Thus, if the agreement allows India to significantly expand its nuclear weapon arsenal, Indias promise to open 14 of its reactors to inspection (with no guarantee of placing future reactors under safeguards) becomes irrelevant. In addition, by separating plutoniuma weapons-usable materialfrom the nuclear waste resulting from the fuel provided to India under the agreement as India intends to do, India would be a ...more
Answered by anantharaman, 18 Mar '08 07:39 pm

 
  
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Yes it is beneficial for India
Answered by rajeev singh, 18 Mar '08 07:35 pm

 
  
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I don't know. Don't have too much interest in politics. There are better things in life waiting for you to explore than politics.
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Answered by Johnny Jindalzzz, 18 Mar '08 07:38 pm

 
  
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