You conveniently forget the OR part. IF ICBMs and Megatonners are problematic to you then please enact a law to counter Hyde and negative aspects of 123 and I will rest my case.
I did nothing of the sort - I even provided the suggested text of the Enqyoob-Joey-Lalu-Jayalalitha Law, long b4 u came up with the brilliant idea of having an Indian law.
Can't help it if u don't read. Not going to repeat stuff more than about 5 times.
Rest of ur post is likewise - no, I am not going to provide any guarantees, and my guarantees would not be worth 2 paise anyway.
I'll just note that all those concerns you have about the "full civilian cooperation" can be resolved by careful reading. The text says that SENSITIVE and DUAL-USE technologies would have to be subject to relevant laws. So what? What did you expect? That Americans in America will go to jail if they reveal such things to any foreign entities per ITAR, but GOTUS was going to agree to send all such things on request to India, just like that, blanket authorization? The breakthrough is that they are even MENTIONING transferring "sensitive" and "dual-use" stuff to Indian nuclear entities. Not so long ago, even the IITs and the IISc were on the "Banned Entities List". If an American, or a Permanent Resident in the US, even so much as emailed anything about such stuff to anyone at IISc or IIT, s(he) could be sent to jail for a long time. And you think that suddenly, Indian Babus are going to be treated superior to America citizens by America?
Brother, have I got several bridges to sell you!
P.S. One more technical point:
losses as some claim are as high as 40-50%. Even if we take a conservative estimate of 35%, this amounts to a loss of 42,000MW. What is preventing GoI from bringing down these losses to 10%?
Ah! America, in ages past, bit the bullet and built a transmission system that uses extremely high voltages, and hence operates on very low current.
Losses are proportional to I^2R where I is current and R is resistance, if I remember my Ohm's Law or whatever they call it, correctly.
So to reduce losses, India can go to very high voltages, and change every transformer in the country. Easy, I am sure. Also, every power line pole would have to be raised, and wires separated to prevent arcing at these high voltages.
I am sure there are other reasons why Indian losses are 35 to 40% while US and much of UQ are at 6%, but I slept through most of my EE classes or was too busy carving someone's name into desks, u'll have to ask some of the others here, such as John Snow, who will know the right answer. And any effort to do anything like this will be obstructed by the State Electricity Board goons.