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Correspondent: India's reaction to Britain's export of nuclear technology

07-29-2010 19:02 BJT

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British Prime Minister David Cameron is in India for a two-day state visit. He has signed a 1.1 billion US dollar aircraft deal to supply Hawk Jets to the Indian Air Force and Indian Navy. He is also expected to hold bilateral talks with his Indian counterpart, Manmohan Singh. Full Story>>

For more information about the UK Prime Minister's visit to India, we're joined by our Indian correspondent Shweta Bajaj.

Q1: London has agreed to allow the export of civilian, nuclear technology to India for the first time. What does India think about the move?

Q2: David Cameron has called for a closer relationship between the two countries. He is expected to call on India to reduce trade barriers in banking, insurance, defense manufacturing and legal services. What will the strengthened cooperation bring to India?

Studio interview: India seeks defense cooperation

For more analysis into Cameron's first visit to India and overall India-UK ties, we are now joined in the studio by our current affairs commentator, Mr. Tsang Yingnien. Full Story>>

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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