"I congratulate PM Manmohan Singh for his conviction and commitment.... Three decades of isolation have ended."

New Delhi: With India winning the backing of the 45-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) to trade in atomic fuel and technology in the global market, companies both at home and abroad are already eyeing a slice of the N-pie.

Even as wires remain crossed between New Delhi and Washington over whether India can be assured of uninterrupted nuclear fuel supplies, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) has said that its

President Bush has failed to achieve so many of his foreign policy goals, but last weekend he proved that he can still get what he really wants. The administration bullied and wheedled international approval of the president's ill-conceived nuclear deal with India.

Hopes To Build On Aussie Help At Vienna Talks
Sachin Parashar | TNN

New Delhi: Having successfully wrested a waiver from the Nuclear Suppliers Group, India is preparing to press Australia to supply uranium to its reactors, hoping to build on Canberra

Interview with Anil Kakodkar, AEC Chairman.

Anil Kakodkar: "There is no chance of stoppage of reactors because the stockpile will be available."

IAEA Consensus On Safeguards

By securing a unanimous approval at the IAEA,India has cleared the first big hurdle to the Big Deal. Action now shifts to the NSG,where India will be pushing for a waiver

Our Political Bureau NEW DELHI

IN A significant vote of confidence for the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal, the IAEA board of governors on Friday passed the India-specific safeguards agreement by consensus, allowing India to take the next step of seeking a Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) waiver.

Press Trust Of India / Colombo August 2, 2008, 0:47 IST

India is not satisfied with the draft prepared by the US for consideration of the Nuclear Suppliers' Group (NSG) and is pressing for modifications to ensure a "clean' and "unconditional' waiver from the 45-nation grouping.

Suggesting that the draft contained some conditionalities, officials accompanying Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here for the SAARC Summit said India could not accept any conditions put by the NSG.

Mukesh Ambani must have been unusually tense when he met the Prime Minister on 14 July. The gamble the economist-turned-politician was taking

During its first meeting on Friday, the all-party committee constituted by the Meghalaya Progressive Alliance (MPA) coalition Government on uranium mining decided to form three groups of experts to study the implications of uranium mining by the Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) in Kylleng-Pyndeng-Sohiong in West Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya.