Your statements are very offensive. India needs a good reliable source of black gold, and if the US threatens a source of supply, better to do without the US.
Well, if you are offended, that is your problem, deal with it.
India needs energy, whether it is nuclear energy, black, brown, or green gold is secondary. If the US threatens India's oil supply without offering other options to India, then your views would be valid, but that is not the case yet.
Besides, if you think that a pipeline from Iran through Pakistan is going to give India energy security, you need to do some more thinking because that is just horse manure, and stands in the face of all evidence to the contrary, especially given pakistan's overall policy towards India. Again greasing up and bending over to Iran is not the answer. IF they want to do business with India, that is good, but since they have already decided that their foreign policy is going to be decided by their concerns, India needs to do the same -- anything less would be irresponsible.
Until you understand the magnitude of how much oil India will need, I suggest keeping your opinion to yourself. India doesn't need USA.
India needs energy, not oil -- get that straight, specifically a secure long-term supply of energy, as you say so yourself. Also, if Iran is willing offer oil at a bargain to India, then I would lean towards going with Iran, but that is not the case, unless you have any sources that you have read which state otherwise -- India is not getting a bargain.
But it does need a reliable supply of energy. The US cannot provide this for India now or in any conceivable future.
That is your opinion -- there are likely futures in which the US can open the door to the NSG, and that is nothing to sneeze at.
It cannot even provide enough oil for itself.
Huh? Care to elaborate?