Uranium Sale

  • Uranium sale to India won't start quickly: Gillard October 16, 2012

    Melbourne: Nearly a year after it reversed its policy of not supplying uranium to India, Australian government has, however, said the sale will not start quickly and even a safeguard agreement is likely to take one or two years. Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who is on a three-day visit...
  • Welcome Aus ruling party support on uranium: India December 4, 2011

    New Delhi: India on Sunday welcomed the decision of Australia's ruling Labor Party to allow supply of uranium, reversing its long held position. "It is learnt that the Australian Labour Party agreed today, to allow sale of Uranium to India for power generation. ...We welcome this initiative," External Affairs Minister SM...
  • Aus ruling party votes for uranium to India December 4, 2011

    Melbourne: Australia's ruling Labor on Sunday voted to overturn a decades-old ban on uranium sale to India, paving the way for Canberra to supply yellowcake to a nation outside the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Delegates at the 46th national conference of the Labor in Sydney endorsed Prime Minister Julia Gillard's plan to...
  • Bali: Singh, Julia to discuss uranium sale issue November 19, 2011

    Bali: Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Saturday made it clear that she would take forward her proposal to lift ban on uranium sale to India as she met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Bali. Singh and Julia, who are in Bali to attend the ASEAN and East Asia Summits, had...
  • Sign NPT for uranium: Australia to India September 25, 2006

    Canberra: The Australian government said on Monday it was considering a new push by New Delhi to buy Australian uranium but it had not changed a policy that bans uranium sales to India. India has repeated a call to buy Australian uranium to help build its nuclear power industry, but Prime...