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Thursday
Apr162015

Nuclear energy turns saffron 

Narendra Modi appeared focussed on India’s energy needs as he alluded on several occasions to the "saffron revolution."

A $350-million Indo-Canadian nuclear agreement has emerged the hallmark achievement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s summit with his counterpart here, not only for its potential to meet India’s energy demands but also for the new era of “trust” between the two nations.

Mr. Modi expressed confidence on Wednesday that the deal with the Saskatoon-based Cameco Corporation would help to supply reactors to India, with up to seven million pounds of uranium concentrate over five years.


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