'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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India's parliament is deadlocked over a bill that would limit how much foreign companies would pay to victims of a nuclear accident, as the U.S. and India move forward with a deal to help produce atomic energy in the subcontinent's growing economy.
NEW DELHI — Communist Party leaders say they are trying to keep U.S. influence at bay and protect India's poor from ruthless foreign enterprises by blocking a deal on nuclear energy with the United States.
"It is a small but revealing document," said Prakash Karat, chief of the Communist Party of India-Marxist.
Mr. Karat, whose party strongly opposes the U.S.-India civilian nuclear energy deal, said the leaked e-mail proves that India's daily affairs are influenced by the United States.