India to now press for changes in NSG draft

Press Trust Of India / Colombo August 2, 2008, 0:47 IST India is not satisfied with the draft prepared by the US for consideration of the Nuclear Suppliers' Group (NSG) and is pressing for modifications to ensure a "clean' and "unconditional' waiver from the 45-nation grouping. Suggesting that the draft contained some conditionalities, officials accompanying Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here for the SAARC Summit said India could not accept any conditions put by the NSG.

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