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Is it the Game of USA that, making several countries to oppose the Deal & Pretending to solve to show the world that they are capable of makinf g all nations to Oblige them? Please comment

Asked by sajan sajan, 06 Sep '08 03:17 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 08:25 pm

 
  
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Let us look at this issue only from one angle - that is whether this is good or bad for India. If it is good for India why should we bother whether the Americans would derive anything positive out of it? In my view we should do everything possible to protect our interests. Let us not bother what others will get out of that. That is a negative thinking.
Answered by Good Citizen, 06 Sep '08 07:13 pm

 
  
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The US doesn't need to make other countries pretend, that too against India. They can get favours from us even w/o putting in effort. Our entire political leadership is at their feet more or less, even BJP.
Answered by A Moin, 06 Sep '08 05:50 pm

 
  
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Can't say
Answered by Bhuwan Gupta, 06 Sep '08 03:22 pm

 
  
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