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Nuclear suppliers approve US-India deal–diplomats

Forty-five nuclear supplier states on Saturday approved a U.S. proposal to drop a ban on trade with India, advancing a U.S.-Indian atomic energy deal, diplomats in the closed meeting told Reuters. The decision followed a tense debate over conditions for the move demanded by Nuclear Suppliers Group members to minimise any damage to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, which India has not joined. Details were not immediately known. Full Sory

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