All eyes now on US Congress
7 Sep 2008, 0630 hrs IST,Indrani Bagchi
If all goes well, Manmohan Singh will sign the nuclear agreement with President Bush in Washington towards the end of the month.
As it happens
Max Americana: US shows the way at NSG
NSG clearance changes India's strategic equations
NSG waiver: It's Manmohan's moment of glory
Reporter's diary: Footloose on the sidewalk in Vienna
Bloggers, netizens joyful over NSG
After 76 hours of drama, door finally opens
Now, ministries battle over fuel norm
With NSG waiver, N-deal on course
India to convey its disappointment over China's NSG stand
Manmohan thanks Bush, discusses next steps
'Right to conduct N-tests preserved'
Black Day for India: Left
We now move on to the final step: MulfordHailing the waiver for India at the NSG, the US said it will now move forward to clinch the approval of the Amercian Congress for the nuclear deal.
India gets NSG waiverThe waiver granted by the Nuclear Suppliers Group will enable India to carry out nuclear commerce, ending 34 years of isolation enforced after 1974 nuclear tests.
PM, Pranab hail NSG waiverPrime Minister Manmohan Singh and Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee hailed the NSG's move to "adjust its guidelines" to enable full civil nuclear cooperation with India.
Opposition criticises govt on NSG waiverThe opposition BJP and Left parties have criticised the UPA government on the NSG waiver, alleging that the deal has grave consequences.