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Indo-US N-Deal in the House of Representatives

The United States House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee resolution on the India-U.S. civil nuclear cooperation for consideration of the

Pakistan opposes Indo-US Nuclear Deal

Pakistan has circulated a letter to the Board members of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) expressing concern that if the

India briefs IAEA Board of Governors

Lobbying for the Indo-US nuclear deal, India on Friday briefed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors and

Obama not for changes in Indo-Us Deal

Barack Obama, the Democratic Party candidate for the United States Presidential election, has said he was not envisaging any changes

UPA to seek trust vote on July 22

The UPA government will seek a trial of strength in the Lok Sabha on July 22 . Congress chief Sonia

Draft IAEA agreement unveiled

The draft Safeguards Agreement reached between New Delhi and IAEA, unveiled by theIndian government, acknowledges the plan made under the

Left parties withdraw support to UPA government

The Left parties on Tuesday announced withdrawal of support to the UPA over the Indo-US nuclear deal. After an hour-long

India to approach IAEA for agreement

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday announced that India will “very soon” approach the IAEA for a safeguards agreement for

Manmohan Singh going ahead with Indo-US Deal

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet US President George W Bush on July 9 on the sidelines of the G-8

Manmohan Singh meets the President

In the backdrop of an unresolved logjam with the Left parties on the Indo-US nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Kalam favours Indo-US Nuclear Deal

Former President A P J Abdul Kalam, on Thursday favoured India signing the nuclear deal with the U.S.A., saying that

UPA-Left committee on N-Deal to meet again

The UPA-Left committee on Indo-US nuclear deal on Wednesday completed discussions on various aspects of the agreement and decided to

UPA-Left panel on N-Deal to meet on June 25

The UPA-Left meeting on Indo-US nuclear deal is likely on June 25 as scheduled. Forward Bloc leader Debabrata Biswas confirmed

Indo-Pak Joint Anti-Terrorism Mechanism meet

Pakistan-India Joint Anti-Terrorism Mechanism (JATM) is holding its meeting Today in Islamabad to discuss counter-terrorism strategies and exchange information. The

RJD & DMK extend support for N-Deal

Reeling from the relentless opposition from the Left parties, the UPA government unexpectedly received vociferous support on Thursday from RJD