This nuclear deal will drive India backward

Venkataraman, N. S.
October 2007
Chemical Business;Oct2007, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p7
Trade Publication
The author discusses the effects of the Manmohan Singh government and U.S. nuclear deal on India. It is stated that issues of the deal is not limited to Indo American relations, but also to whether it is necessary to leave India under the control of another country. The author suggests that if India can survive without the deal, then India should not pursue it. He shows that India can be self-sufficient with its own expertise in nuclear power, and the availability of fuel resources like uranium and thorium.


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