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Officials Hail U.S. – India Nuke Fuel Deal

Officials hailed a U.S.-India civilian nuclear cooperation deal approved by the U.S. House of Representatives Friday as the symbol of a broad shift in relations between the two countries. But the deal also highlights some of the limits of the emerging strategic partnership between India and the United States, who have sought to overcome decades of mutual mistrust. The bill, which allows the shipment of nuclear fuel and know-how to India, now goes to the U.S. Senate and then must be signed by President Bush. Full Story

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