The Senate lifts a 30-year ban on nuclear trade with India

Thursday, October 02, 2008

After weeks of wrangling, and obscured by the attention on a Wall Street bailout, the Senate has approved a nuclear deal that allows the exportation of American nuclear materials to India. The agreement is being seen as a cornerstone in improving relations between the two countries.
Guest: Chris Morris, BBC correspondent in Delhi

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