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Govt working on providing insurance cover to nuclear plants

The government is working with a group of experts and officials of Nuclear Power Corporation of India, Finance Ministry and insurance companies to work out the modalities of providing insurance cover to existing and new nuclear power plants, a senior official ... The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Unravelling South Africa's opaque foreign nuclear cooperation agreements

South African President Jacob Zuma's intention to secure nuclear power expansion is increasingly evident (2) and the country's forthcoming nuclear expansion has attracted several foreign suitors and the signing of agreements with corporations from ...
 Polity.org.za3 days ago

Vadodara to host seminar on N-technology

VADODARA: The city will host Gujarat's first seminar on nuclear technology 'Shaping The Future Of The Nation' on August 25 and August 26. Navrachana University will host the two-day programme that will be inaugurated by eminent scientist and former ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Business Standard India

Civil nuclear deal: India expects turbine from Japan, uranium from Australia

| Mumbai August 20, 2014 Last Updated at 00:45 IST Related News Civil nuclear deal: India expects turbine from Japan, uranium from Australia Japan and Australia might soon join a clutch of countries that co-operate with India in the civil nuclear ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago Australia, Japan to assist India in civilian nuclear deal  Smart Investor3 days ago

MIT News Feature A Farewell to Arms As the Cold War ended, MIT researcher Thomas Neff came up with a plan to fuel U.S. nuclear plants with uranium from Russian bombs. With more than a decade of quiet diplomacy, he pulled it off. Anne-Marie Corley, SM 09

In April of 1992, Thomas Neff, a research affiliate of MIT's Center for International Studies, arrived in Moscow and presented himself at Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs without an appointment. He walked up to the guard at the door and handed ...
 Technology Review3 days ago

pv magazine weekly news round-up: Aug 15-22

| Applications & Installations , Financial & Legal Affairs , Global PV markets , Industry & Suppliers , Markets & Trends , Trade cases , Top News | By: Ian Clover A quick look back at the biggest solar news stories that have grabbed our attention ...
 PV Magazine4 hours ago
RIA Novosti

High-Profile Cyber-Attacks, 2000-2014

MOSCOW, August 19 (RIA Novosti) - On August 14, the Russian government's press service announced that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter account had been hacked and its most recent tweets were fake, one of which said that the prime minister ...
 RIA Novosti3 days ago
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Tennessee: 2014 Candidates for Congress - Where They Stand

Lamar Alexander gave opening remarks on behalf of all congressional Republicans in opposition to Obamacare. The senator told the president the proposal would raise individual premiums. President Obama disagreed, but multiple studies have proved ...
 Family Security Matters3 days ago
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