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Washington Post: New Life for the India Nuclear Pact

‘Less than a month ago, unnamed U.S. officials hit the front page of the Financial Times by indicating that the U.S.-India nuclear pact was "almost certainly dead." This past weekend the corpse suddenly twitched back to life, thanks to sharp political maneuvering by India's prime minister, Manmohan Singh, and his Congress Party. Now, the deal will almost certainly be signed by India's government -- putting the onus back on the United States to get it implemented.’

The News & Advance: NRC to discuss Areva's safety record at public meeting

‘The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold a public meeting in Lynchburg on July 24 to discuss Areva NP's safety record.’

Reuters: EU's Solana to visit Iran for nuclear talks

‘EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana will travel to Iran to hold talks over its nuclear program, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Tuesday on the sidelines of the G8 summit in Japan.’

South China Morning Post: Details of quake damage to Sichuan's biggest nuclear dump site under wraps

‘The biggest nuclear-waste storage facility in southwestern China was paralysed after the Sichuan earthquake but its parent company, the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), refuses to provide details of the massive damage to the complex...’