NPR' All Things Considered (Philip Reeves from New Delhi) said today that the English language media in India buried news of the huge demonstrations against the Bush visit, placing the reports somewhere in the inner pages. He termed the demonstrations "huge", and referred to the fact that they were widespread.
Dan Froomkin, in the Washington Post, asks if Bush got ambushed (not his words) on the nuclear deal, and whether he had given away too much. In a previous post (yesterday), we have an Indian government quote that they had no conditions imposed regarding the military program. Bush was perhaps desperate to be able to present something as a success in view of all the fresh problems that have surfaced during his short absence.