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Indo-Russian ties

This is with reference to the editorial "Ties re-defined" (Business Line, December 7). In the new, post-Cold War environment the ties between Russia and India show the two countries as equal partners. And as pointed out, "both stand to gain if their comparative advantages are leveraged".

Russia has made it clear that it will not be able to supply low enriched uranium fuel to Tarapur power plant and will not provide two more reactors for the Koodangulam project in Tamil Nadu. However, this should spur our scientists to run the plants in a better way.

A. Jacob Sahayam

Thiruvananthapuram

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