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Is manmohan singh right in nuclear deal? shall india become more prosporus after this deal?

Asked by paramjit singh, 03 Jul '08 10:52 am
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Manmohan Singhis right.
Russian , Britain, Canada, and France are eager to play major roles in future civil nuclear energy projects in India. As India continues to settle its problems with the N.S.G., these states hope to participate and contribute to its program for peaceful uses of nuclear energy. All of these states expect India to work toward the implementation of the U.S.-India nuclear accord.

In fact, as late as 2004, despite otherwise excellent Indo-Russian bilateral relations, Moscow had categorically ruled out providing enriched uranium to India for the Tarapur nuclear power plant, citing N.S.G. rules. It had also refused India's request for an additional two 1,000 MW reactors for the Koodankulam nuclear power project. But with the new U.S.-India nuclear deal, Russia is all set to help India in acquiring the latest nuclear energy generation technology. Russia has also decided to move on the lease of two Akula-class nuclear-propelled submarines which was blocked because o ...more
Answered by Ghatotkacch, 03 Jul '08 10:57 am

 
  
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If it is for the peace of the world then what is the problem
Answered by krish, 03 Jul '08 12:21 pm

 
  
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No never dear manmohan is giving india a wrong direction .
Answered by vineet kumar, 23 Jul '08 05:02 pm

 
  
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