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  • Yes, it would keep Pakistan in line.

    Yes, India should go ahead with nuclear testing, because Pakistan would be better behaved if they knew that India had nuclear capabilities. India and Pakistan are often at odds. But because Pakistan has nuclear weapons and India doesn't, India has to be more cautious. India should develop its weapons so it is on par, politically speaking.

  • If they so desire, India has the right

    Because of the bad that nuclear energy is capable of, it gets a bad rap and a lot of its good is overlooked. Nuclear does not automatically bad scary, awful thing we should stay away from. India should be allowed to pursue testing until they've given some indication that they have malicious reasons for wanting the technology.

  • Its k ......

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  • No need for that now

    Modern warfare is not about nuclears. Nuclears are there but everyone is restricted to use nuclears. So, We should not waste our money like pakistan in making and testing more and more nuclears. New war is based on economic power and information. As we do more nuclear tests, more restrictions from superpowers will be there on india.


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