India-US nuclear deal talks extended

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New Delhi | Published: January 23, 2015 1:26:22 AM

India and the US extended their talks in London by a day on Thursday to iron out the problems...

India and the US extended their talks in London by a day on Thursday to iron out the problems in the way of operationalising the landmark civil nuclear deal with officials making all efforts to stitch a “concrete” outcome during President Barack Obama’s visit over the weekend, reports fe Bureau in New Delhi. The talks of the Indo-US Contact Group on nuclear cooperation, which started on Wednesday in London, centered on the ticklish liability issue that has stalled the implementation of the agreements inked in 2005 between the then US president George Bush and former prime minister Manmohan Singh.

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