There’re several opinions available from the different sources in Internet.
In Favor: We don’t yet know the wonders a cheap and dependable energy can do to our lives, not because we lack education but because we tend to look back rather than look forward. The life in rural area improves if the urban area is thriving it is not true other way round. After all jobs are in the urban area not in rural areas. The law of prosperity seem s to a complete circle.
Look at the 15% rise in cost of the fuel, it has played havoc with the life of general public. Everything has gone dearer by more than 10%. Imagine if the cost of electricity comes down by 30% and the supply becomes dependable. It will change the way we live.
Even after the deal has been made, we can still go ahead with our nuclear weapon program. We just have to keep the facilities open for inspection. This is fine. We can have Pokharan -III.
When there is much benefit from the nuke deal, we have to be dependent upon the supplier. The law of nature is you always blown down to the giver ! Be it the Sun, the Earth the Water, the mother .
US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama said he would not seek changes in a controversial nuclear deal with
"The existing agreement effectively balanced a range of important issues -- from our strategic relationship with
"I am therefore reluctant to seek changes," he said in the interview.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President George W. Bush had in 2005 unveiled the agreement which if finalised will allow
Singh argues the pact is crucial for
But the Indian government's left-wing allies who are staunchly opposed to the agreement last week withdrew their support over the issue.
The government will now face a confidence vote on July 22, hich is within few hours of this posts and I was watching the learned members of parliaments, how they were fighting with each others forgetting the true faces of
Despite the political opposition, Singh's government moved forward on an agreement subjecting the country's civilian nuclear sites to international controls for the first time.
An approval by the UN atomic agency International Atomic Energy (IAEA) of the draft agreement is one of the several conditions
"A final judgement on the deal negotiated by the Indian and
"At that point, the US Congress will decide whether to approve the agreement. I continue to hope this process can be concluded before the end of the year," Obama said.
Analysts have previously said that the agreement may face hurdles in finalising the agreement once Bush's administration ends in January.
For almost 30 years the U.S. has been at the fore of a global fight to deny India access to Nuclear power technology, because it developed nuclear weapons and tested them.(Cruel Hypocrisy really, considering that the U.S. were among the earliest nations to develop nuclear weapons and test them)
Now after nearly three decades
At present nuclear power production in
The fruits of total privatization are seen in the telecom sector. Gone are the days when a cellphone was an item of luxury beyond the reach of the common man.
The nuclear deal could mean a similar privatisation in the energy. According to a report in Bloomberg,multinationals such as Westinghouse, Rosatom, GE and Areva have expressed a keen interest in operating a nuclear power plant in
But how does the U.S benefit from the deal?
A valid question. The
That precisely is what the Left is worried about. The deal would mean that
The pros outweigh the cons and hence
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