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Here’s today’s question. It’s name is derived from the fact that it was given to India by Canada, and one of the things it uses the most is supplied by the USA. India got it in 1954, and it started working in 1960. After about eight years of refurbishments, it was restarted in 2005. However, after half a century of service, it will be shut down as this decade ends, because of a treaty signed between Manmohan Singh and George W Bush.
What am I talking about here?
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Six answers, but can’t give it to the ones who said it was the CANDU reactor. I was looking for the CIRUS reactor, CIRUS being an acronym for Canada India Research US. US provides us the heavy water to produce plutonium. However, because this reactor helped us produce plutonium for the Pokhran blasts, according to the treaty, it has to be shut down.