India's Nuclear Deal with U.S. Threatened India's prime minister has raised fresh doubts about a landmark nuclear-energy accord with the U.S., telling President Bush that his government was having "certain difficulties" finalizing the deal, which has faced mounting domestic opposition.
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India's Nuclear Deal with U.S. Threatened

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India's Nuclear Deal with U.S. Threatened

India's Nuclear Deal with U.S. Threatened

India's Nuclear Deal with U.S. Threatened

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India is becoming doubtful about a landmark nuclear energy accord with the United States, expressing difficulties finalizing the deal amid opposition mainly to closer ties with the U.S. The accord would reverse three decades of American anti-proliferation policy by allowing the U.S. to send nuclear fuel and technology to India, which has been cut off from the global atomic trade. Somini Sengupta, South Asia Bureau Chief for The New York Times, speaks with Steve Inskeep.