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U.S. senator urges India on nuke pact

A prominent U.S. senator met with India’s prime minister Saturday in an effort to allay concerns that a new joint nuclear pact could put New Delhi at odds with Iran. Sen. Arlen Specter, a Pennsylvania Republican, said he urged Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to move ahead with the deal because it would benefit both India and the U.S. New Delhi is concerned about a nonbinding clause, inserted by the U.S. Congress, that directs the White House to determine whether India is cooperating with Washington’s efforts to confront Iran about its nuclear program. Full Story

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