The Indo-US nuclear deal has moved into the last lap, clearing a major hurdle when the House of Representatives approved legislation on it on Saturday. It will now go to the Senate, which is likely to vote it on Monday. Once the Senate clears the Bill, it will be ready to be inked by US secretary of state Condoleeza Rice and India’s external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee.
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Graphic by Sandeep Bhatnagar; information compiled by Ruhi Tiwari and Liz Mathew