The deal would be a milestone in India-US relations
The Indian government and its communist allies have agreed to meet again this month to resolve their row over a nuclear deal with the United States.
The issue had threatened to pull down the government and force early polls. It has also divided the country, sent ripples of concern through the region and prompted international accusations of double standards.
So, what is behind the Indian-US nuclear deal?

Are double standards at work or is it a wise move?

Inside Story investigates.

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