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N-deal: Coup or sellout? Tell us

March 02, 2006

Following what were probably the most hectic international parleys in recent times, India and the United States on Thursday agreed on the process for implementation ofthe civilian nuclear deal of July 18, 2005.

According to this, the US will provide India with civilian nuclear technology.

India, in turn, will put 14 of its civilian nuclear reactors under international safeguards.

Is that a diplomatic coup, as the deal's vociferous supporters claim?

Or is it a sellout, as most of its detractors say? Tell us.

You can see the text of the Joint Statement issued by the two countries here.



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Sub: N-deal: Not Coup Nor Sellout

In realisation of the past experience, it is seen that our N- REACTORS were starving for fuel having been isolated for long 34 years.None the ...


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Sub: Nuclear deal

It is time we got out of this narrow cold war mentality and saw the realities.Why are we so bothered about supporting Iran on its ...


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Sub: The deal is just a consolation with no major gains

The deal has been put forward as an alternative to the IRAN gas pipeline. To implement the nuclear offer, India would be pressurised to abandon ...


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Sub: if its in the best interests of the country , yes!

we'd rather align with the US and counter Pak this way! US needs us, and we need them, sort of a mutual understanding. the EU ...


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'DRDO took up Arjun before it learnt to make tanks' George Iype Some 20 years ago, the defence ministry entrusted the DRDO with two projects: ...


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