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'We were prepared to walk away from the nuclear agreement'
'India has important role in Central Asia'
Dr A N Prasad: ‘National interest is at stake’
'PM Singh is right man for the job'
'The US is perceived as hypocritical'
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'US wants to cap our nuclear programme'
'The US has not fully delivered'
'It's the best nuclear deal India could've got'

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India's delicate minuet
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Indo-US deal may die in Congress
That Obscure Object of Desire: Nuclear energy
Standing up to America with buyer power
Iran, the US, energy and nuclear issues
Did Parliament ratify the nuclear deal?
The Perkovich Alternative: Inadequate Indeed
PM's visit: Focus will be on nuclear issue
Indo-US nuclear treaty: A good deal
Do we really need the nuclear deal with the US?

October 30, 2006
Nuke programme is indigenous: Chidambaram
October 27, 2006
Indo-US N-deal dangerous: Carter
October 26, 2006
US strengthening non-proliferation: Rice
October 25, 2006
World will lose if N-deal doesn't go through:India
Pak sees little hope of derailing Indo-US N-deal
'N Korea test will affect Indo-US N-deal'
October 23, 2006
Romania backs India on civil nuclear issue
October 21, 2006
N-deal: 'N Korean N-test has not changed US stand'
October 19, 2006
Burns, Menon to meet in Delhi
'Nuke deal in present form may create problems'
October 17, 2006
Indo-US relations on upward trajectory: Ronen Sen
October 16, 2006
North Korean N-test casts shadow on N-deal
Bush discusses N-deal, N Korea with PM
October 14, 2006
'India has int'l support for civil N-cooperation'
October 12, 2006
N Korea tests not to affect N-deal: US
EU uncertain on backing Indo-US N-deal
<i>NYT</I> columnist bobs and weaves on N-deal
October 11, 2006
Will N-deal pay the price for N Korea's N-test?
October 07, 2006
'Time was always the enemy for N-deal'
October 06, 2006
Bush to continue pushing nuke deal: Mulford
N-deal: Democratic Senator lashes out at Republica
October 04, 2006
Indo-US N-deal should be opposed: US activist
US Senate may take up N-deal after recess
Uncertainty over nuclear deal: PM
October 02, 2006
South Africa to support India at NSG
September 30, 2006
Senate goes into recess without taking up N-bill
'Time is running out for Indo-US N-deal'
September 29, 2006
'Ties may suffer if N-deal is not taken up'
'Democrats trying to sabotage N-deal'
September 27, 2006
Republicans, Democrats fight over N-bill
September 26, 2006
N-deal may not happen this week
September 25, 2006
India should retain N-test option: BJP leader
India is a responsible nuclear power: Mukherjee
September 24, 2006
S Africa keen on nuclear tie-up with India
September 21, 2006
'Optimism over N-bill, pessimism over Musharraf'
'Indo-US deal might spur terror attacks in India'
Shyam Saran to meet senior US officials
September 20, 2006
N-bill could be taken up in Senate on Friday
Senators urged to support N-deal
September 19, 2006
Talbott criticises US on n-deal with India
September 18, 2006
'China may question N-deal in NSG'
September 16, 2006
Senators urged to pass nuke bill
September 15, 2006
IBSA nod for nuke deal good: US
September 14, 2006
Burns optimistic that deal won't be delayed
The lawmakers who are delaying the N-deal
US Senate may not take up N-deal vote
September 13, 2006
US for speedy negotiation on N-cooperation
Don't bother about N-deal: Kakodkar
'Ensure India will not pursue N-programme'
'N-deal could be passed before Cong adjourns'
September 12, 2006
Finland undecided on backing N-deal at NSG meet
September 05, 2006
US Senator not taken position on Addl Protocol
September 04, 2006
Race to pass nuclear deal in US Senate
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