WASHINGTON India, which routinely objects to any foreign help Pakistan gets, will not raise objections to the United States and Pakistan going ahead with a civilian nuclear technology deal. Who am I to interfere with what goes on between the United States and Pakistan. Thats a matter for these two countries to consider, Indian Prime Minister Singh said, when asked about Pakistans efforts to seek a nuclear deal similar to the one India has with the US. So far, Washington has not yet agreed to conclude a nuclear deal with Pakistan for energy. The Indian leaders were addressing a press conference at the conclusion of the 47-nation Nuclear Security Summit. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and the Indian Prime Minister were among the world leaders who attended the summit convened by President Barack Obama on April 12 and 13. During his visit, Prime Minister Gilani urged Washington to adopt a non-discriminatory approach and enter into civilian nuclear technology cooperation with Pakistan to help the country meet its fast-expanding energy requirements. The US and India recently took important steps toward implementing a civilian nuclear deal, agreed in 2008. In response to a question about resumption of peace talks between Pakistan and India, Prime Minister Singh said New Delhi will be pleased to resume talks if Islamabad brings perpetrators of 2008 Mumbai attacks to justice. If Pakistan does that we would be very happy to begin talking, once again, about all our issues, he stated. On his informal meetings with Prime Minister Gilani at the Summit, the Indian prime minister said, We exchanged pleasantries and in fact I complimented the Prime Minister (Gilani) on the passage of the 18th Amendment Bill which makes the Prime Minister more powerful personality in Pakistans political system.