The Cong led UPA govt manages 275 votes in its favour
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Cash-for-vote: Panel to summon BJP MPs
The panel probing the BJP MPs' allegation has decided to summon them on August 4 to record their statements.
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Manmohan Singh wins trust vote
Advani says N-deal has made India 'subservient'
No proposal to join govt: Amar Singh
Somnath gives no indication of quitting
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Govt unveils draft safeguards pact
Amid controversies, claims and counter-claims, the Centre has unveiled the text of safeguards agreement reached with IAEA.
Full text of IAEA draft safeguards agreement
A divisive deal
Domestic nuke programme intact: Kakodkar
US will do 'whatever it can' if India moves forward on deal
UPA survives trust vote
UPA wins trust vote
PM thanks MPs for trust vote win
MPs brandishing money in Lok Sabha
Amar Singh: The dealmaker
Red alert before trust vote
Hope and despair for UPA
Is N-deal bad for Muslims?
Hurdles ahead of N-deal
It’s dealtime folks
Is the deal dead?
Manmohan meltdown
One-on-one with Manmohan
  People who matter
  With floor test imminent, now only numbers matter and the Congress finds itself caught between the devil and the deep sea.
July 2005
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President George Bush agree in principle to a civilian nuclear cooperation deal.
March 2006
Bush pays a three-day visit to India. Two countries agree on India's plan to separate civilian and military nuclear reactors.
December 2006
US Congress approves the deal.
July 2007
The two countries announce finalisatlon of the deal.
August 2007
Text of bilateral pact, called 123 agreement unveiled.
October 2007
Meetings between the Left and UPA after Sonia describes opponents of the deal as enemies of development. Centre agrees to delay approaching IAEA.
November 2007
Left briefly softens position.
December 2007
Left tells the government to stop talking to the IAEA.
February 2008
US urges India to close deal before Bush leaves office.
June 25, 2008
UPA-Left meeting, but no agreement.
July 4, 2008
The left give the government a July 7 deadline.
July 7, 2008
Left withdraws support
July 14, 2008
Mayawati-led BSP decides to vote against UPA
July 22, 2008
UPA Govt wins the trust vote.
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