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Sunday
Nov132016

Japan, India sign agreement on civil nuclear power

Landmark agreement signed in Tokyo despite criticism from anti-nuclear groups citing threats to safety.

Japan has signed a controversial deal to sell  civil nuclear power equipment and technology to I ndia, despite resistance from campaigners, as the two countries seek to boost business and security ties.

The pact, signed on Friday in Tokyo by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi , marked the first time Japan agreed to such a deal with a country that is not a member of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Critics in Japan, the victim of US atomic bombings in the final days of World War II, have previously raised concerns about a risk of the country's technology being diverted to India's nuclear weapons programme.

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