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Westinghouse nuclear power plant: India to evaluate work

NEW DELHI: With the U.S. Government finally Allowing Westinghouse to Share confidential Technical information with the Indian nuclear authorities - Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) - India is getting READY to start a Technical Evaluation of Westinghouse's Reactor that it wants to Sell in India. It would mean that after numerous delays, the first U.S. nuclear Company could be Close Early works to getting an Agreement with NPCIL. 

As John Kerry makes his first Visit to India as Secretary of State, both sides are battling perceptions about the lack of energy in the bilateral relationship. Nothing illustrates this more than the civil nuclear energy cooperation, which was the transformational point of the relationship under George Bush. India and the US finally worked out the Part 810 Assurances after several years of negotiations . These are non-Proliferation assurances are Required by the U.S.'s Department of Energy to authorize U.S. companies to Participate in Civil nuclear activities with India. But Indian officials have complained that the U.S. Appeared to be shifting the goalposts at every STEP. "Every time WE WE had thought Provided All the Necessary Material, WE were confronted with a set of Fresh Demands, "said Sources. Finally, in Early 2013, the Two countries managed to Nail this particular obstacle. In Addition, the Agreement on administrative ARRANGEMENTS between the Two sides, is still pending. While India managed to conclude a similar arrangement with the Canadians in a record one month, with the US, its still work in progress. The US continues to voice concerns about the Indian nuclear liability law. Here its not merely the U.S., both Russia and France, India's other nuclear partners too have strong reservations about the law.

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