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India Defence Developments 2006

January 2006  US India Civil Nuclear Deal In its quest for legitimate nuclear energy sourced from the Nuclear Suppliers Group after the Indo-US Agreement of 18 July 2005, the Indian government was waging a political battle with its own Allies, the Opposition as well as the Department of Atomic Energy which strangely showed resistance to modernization of its antiquated nuclear plants running out of fuel. Thus evolving modalities for separation of civilian and military facilities in the country to enable accent by the US Congress is proving to be a major political hurdle not only in the USA but also in India. Undiplomatic uttering by Ambassador Mulford only added fuel to the fire and not much could be achieved in the talks held between the Indian Foreign Secretary, Shyam Saran and Nicho...
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