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India, US clinch nuclear deal: Manmohan, Bush

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Mar 2: India and the United States today (Mar 2, 2006) announced that they had reached a 'mutually satisfactory understanding' on the nuclear separation plan to implement the July 18, 2005 nuclear deal signed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President George Bush.

"The separation plan has been successfully completed. It is now for the US to go to the Congress for necessary amendments in US laws and the nuclear suppliers group (NSG) to provide nuclear fuel to India," Dr Singh told reporters while addressing a joint press conference with Mr Bush after their talks here.


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