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Insurance pool for nuclear sector within legal structure: House panel
Business Standard India

Nuclear power to cost not more than ₹ 3.94 a unit: Panel

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science and Technology, which visited the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and the Nuclear Power Corporation of India here, said they were assured that the unit cost of nuclear power would be ₹ 3.94. Committee ... Hindu Business Line, 1 day ago

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New Indian Express, 2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle, 3 weeks ago
Mathrubhumi, 3 weeks ago
First Post.com, 4 weeks ago
New Indian Express

BARC to Set Up Tech Dissemination Centre at Dibbalapalem

VISAKHAPATNAM: The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) is planning to establish a technology display and dissemination centre at Dibbapalem in Atchutapuram mandal of the district to inculcate entrepreneurial skills among unemployed rural youth. ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago Bhabha Atomic Research Centre is recruiting  India Today3 days ago An ultrafast molecular rotor based ternary complex in a nanocavity: a potential "turn on" fluorescence sensor for the hydrocarbon chain  RSC4 days ago Bhabha Atomic Research Centre recruitment : Important dates  India Today3 days ago
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Is Mumbai's bottled water high in toxin content?

A BARC study says that there were carcinogenic chemicals in bottled water samples in Mumbai A Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) study observed that there were carcinogenic chemicals in bottled water samples in Mumbai. It recommends higher ...
 Money Life4 days ago Prescribe standards for bottled water, says study  Times of India4 days ago Mumbai's bottled 'mineral water' is cancerous, finds BARC study  Domain-B2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Is Mumbai's Bottled Drinking Water Toxic? BARC Says it Contains High Levels of C

A new study by Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) researchers has revealed that bottled drinking water in the city contains high levels of certain carcinogens. Bisleri water bottles. Creative Commons/Madhawie Bansidhar A team of ...
 International Business Times India3 days ago Is the bottled water you are drinking causing cancer?  Asian Age6 days ago

GITAM to assist BARC in training rural youth

Comment · print · T T T+· T- GITAM University will be assisting Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) to train rural youth on spin-off technologies, which are developed by BARC, as part of the Advanced Knowledge & Rural Technology ...
 The Hindu2 days ago BARC Anounced Vacancy 2015  India Today1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Man supporting sexually harassed wife natural: Madras High Court

Madras High Court Chennai: Coming to the rescue of an employee of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Kalpakkam, against whom disciplinary proceedings were initiated for pushing a higher official, following an argument over the official's ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago BARC man did no wrong by assaulting wife's abuser: Madras HC  Times of India3 weeks ago Court Bails Out BARC Staffer Who Hit His Wife's Tormentor  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago
First Post.com

Nuclear scientist Sekhar Basu likely to be named new DRDO chief

Basu, who heads the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, is the man behind the nuclear system that is driving the Arihant-class submarines of the Indian Navy The post Nuclear scientist Sekhar Basu likely to be named new DRDO chief appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Sekhar Basu to replace Avinash Chander in DRDO?  Jagran Post2 weeks ago DRDO Chief Yet to Receive Sacking Notice, Say Sources  NDTV2 weeks ago Nuke scientist Sekhar Basu to replace Avinash Chander in DRDO?  Oneindia2 weeks ago
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IndiaTV News

High toxin levels found in packaged drinking bottles

Mumbai: A study conducted by the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at Trombay has found high levels of certain carcinogens in packaged drinking water in Mumbai. A team of four scientists scrutinised 90 samples collected from 18 brands of packaged ...
 IndiaTV News4 days ago High uranium content found in Punjab soil  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Alarming! India Has Next-To-Zero Checks On Carcinogens In Bottled Water  Indiatimes3 days ago High toxin levels found in Mumbai's bottled water  Times of India4 days ago
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Jagran Post

Modi government urged to revive cold fusion

In the 1990s, the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in Mumbai had done some work on cold fusion -- now called Low Energy Nuclear Reactions or LENR -- but abandoned the research 18 years ago. "We are making a frantic effort to revive cold ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Narendra Modi government urged to revive cold fusion  Headlines India2 months ago Indian government urged to revive cold fusion  Gulf News2 months ago
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DNA India

BARC to start work on installation of two biogas plants in Feb

Three months after the municipal corporation (MC) signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai, for installation of two biogas plants of five metric tonnes each at the cost of Rs. 2 crore, BARC will ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Village installs biogas plant  Times of India1 month ago Village in Coimbatore installs biogas plant  Times of India1 month ago BMC markets, gardens may soon have biogas plants, composting pits  DNA India1 month ago
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