So I took an incredibly huge break form the daily reporting blog. Ok time to change the daily-blog tag from the blog. Decided to report or write when there is an interesting piece of news, understood by the author interestingly. No point otherwise!
Realized there are many losers like me in the world who are out of touch with world activities. Being an Indian, I could read daily about the N-Deal which is making an awful lot of noise one should be totally deaf to not hear it. But though the name may sound familiar, people like me who gladly refused to read beyond the headline on seeing the N-word, may not have a clue why they were being so noisy. Funny part is those who knew in and out of the deal had no clue either!
So for the sake of the losers here, I am writing the story about the N-Deal. And experts can either have an amusing hour or send me the huge lists of things I missed out successfully.
The Nuclear Deal, in the words of a successful loser (don’t you love these oxymorons, they are such morons!)
The story starts way back, when India did not sign something called a Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty or the NNPT. The NNPT came about in 1968 to stop the spread of nuclear weapons. Good intentionally no doubt. But what irked India was that it allowed these 5 countries who had already tested their nuclear weapons before 1968, to keep them. But then other non-tested countries had to restrict it. India thought it unfair and went and fired those nuclear tests in Pokhran in 1974.
So the NNPT chiefs were angry about this and started another body called the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG in short). Whenever you were angry, start an organization, that’s rule number one in world-deals! This NSG one would limit the transfer of nuclear materials between countries. Aha, that would teach India a lesson, they must have thought.
But no India was unstoppable and up went more nuclear tests in the same Pokhran in 1998. And what more, Pakistan followed suit.
So finally US...