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    • Swathi
    • 09.03.06 | 05:17 (IST)

    This article is saying that India is now a legitimate nuclear power is a trouble to the author. Inside the Indian population, people are not seeing this as victory, but we are shameful to open the nuclear knowledge to americans, who never supported India. But please remember that India is not selling weapons for the citizens to live like Israel, America, France are doing. How the foolish Indian goverment is buying 5 billion worth of weapons from Israel and the citizens are pictured as "poor". India in very sense a nuclear power, but will never leak the knowledge to anyone. But someday, Indian goverment need to decide to sell weapons, if there is no bussiness opportunities with US. Annual support to India from US is a mere 250 million dollars, but it is less than the amout of money non-resident indians are sending to India per day.. India should sell weapons if it wants to be a real super power.

    from the article: A new nuclear age
    First published 00:00 08.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.03.06
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