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Friday, September 12, 2008

the nuke deal - india wins!?!?

someone asked me "is se kya india ko fayda hoga?". was referring to the NSG waiver that india got earlier

the problem is that it isn't as black and white as we would wish it should be.

i have two unanswered question from all this deal saga:-

1. why in the dear world is america so interested in "india's good"?

2. why is no one trying to speak anything about alternative sources of energy? even when every one knows that the fuel provider group is even smaller? we are coming from begging gcc and going to beg some even smaller set.

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9 Comments:

Blogger NEELAM said...

1)america has this contagious and powerful demanour in the world ...thats why after their little coaxing the other countries who were defending, recluctantly agreed. as far as the reason why america is doing this is to balance out china's mega economic revolution with india's growth. years ago they did the same while russia was gaining momentum to wipe out their dominence in this part they started supporting china....thats how america play thier game !
2) looking at the need of fuel and power rising exponentially i cant think of any better way than nuclear revolution ....not only is the power generated relatively better than the conventional sources , the effiency is good as well . as far as the begging part goes .you have to get from outside if you dont own it .whether the oil or uranium face it!

9/12/2008 07:29:00 PM  
Anonymous burf said...

neelam:-

1. regarding games, let's not speculate. let us stick to the facts for the moment. i am guessing here that you haven't heard that india is poised to import $100 BILLION worth of stuff after this deal from US alone in just next 12 years.

2. you probably can't think of better ways because you have not read the bestseller "heat" by george monbiot and then you would realise how "good" nuclear power is

9/12/2008 08:36:00 PM  
Blogger $mit@ said...

hi there! thanks for ur comment! now i'm jealous of U! :-) u can sleep thru a rock concert! that's gotta be some real bad music ;-)
but seriously jokes apart...i didn't quite get ur opening line..."scared of writing honest blogs like this..."??? u hav me puzzled at the least...n that aint gonna do no good to the sleep situation :-D

9/12/2008 08:58:00 PM  
Anonymous burf said...

smita - lol

9/13/2008 10:06:00 AM  
Blogger pseudo intellectual said...

i was very pro-nuke deal till it struck me that the us of a is being surprisingly pushy about this. i wonder why? call me prejudiced perhaps.
and i read this great article which advocated solar energy as an alternative source. which makes much more sense for india since we get so much of sunlight!
this has become a bit of a prestige issue for the govt, i guess.

9/13/2008 06:03:00 PM  
Anonymous burf said...

pseudo - did you hear that our home minister changed thrice at three places before appearing before the public on friday evening? such insensitivity...

9/15/2008 11:00:00 AM  
Blogger austere said...

Any hardsell has a cut.
" What's in for me?"

Changed as in changed kapda?

9/15/2008 12:12:00 PM  
Blogger NEELAM said...

solar energy is an option but doent have the reliability of the other form of energy for mass production
america is not the only country we are gonna shop from !
let us all witness to see whether the nuke deal is boon or a curse as you put it
only time will tell!

9/15/2008 03:52:00 PM  
Anonymous burf said...

austere - yea, yea...

neelam - let's see

9/16/2008 09:35:00 AM  

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