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Will Left get the 'right' response?

Soon after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declared that the government would "very soon" approach the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to move forward on the Indo-US nuclear deal, an upset Left announced withdrawal of support to the UPA government. The move ended weeks of suspense on the issue. Now, with the PM declaring that there is no threat to the government’s stability, stage is set for a flurry of activities on the political scene. The Communists had also come down heavily on the government for approaching the IAEA to finalise the India-specific safeguards pact. With more and more support making the number game crucial, the big question is whether the determined Left parties will be able to rock the Indo-US nuke deal boat? Hindustantimes.com brings together the stories that have dominated the popular mood in the recent times. Also read Whither nuclear deal?

india Updated: Jul 10, 2008 22:39 IST

Soon after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declared that the government would "very soon" approach the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to move forward on the Indo-US nuclear deal, an upset Left announced withdrawal of support to the UPA government.

The move ended weeks of suspense on the issue. Now, with the PM declaring that there is no threat to the government’s stability, stage is set for a flurry of activities on the political scene.

The Communists had also come down heavily on the government for approaching the IAEA to finalise the India-specific safeguards pact. With more and more support making the number game crucial, the big question is whether the determined Left parties will be able to rock the Indo-US nuke deal boat?

Hindustantimes.com brings together the stories that have dominated the popular mood in the recent times.