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Manmohan sabotaged India's Nuclear capability

he then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh followed an unwritten policy of severely downsizing both the Fast Breeder Reactor (FBT) as well as the thorium-based technology programme, thereby making India dependent on foreign countries for advanced nuclear ... The Sunday Guardian, 1 month ago

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Ecologist, 3 weeks ago

Coming of age in 2014

With the start-up of the first large PWR, and first criticality expected at an indigenously-designed fast reactor, 2014 is set to be a milestone year for nuclear power in India. But what does the future hold for the country's ambitious three-stage ...
 Nuclear Engineering International1 month ago

A new engagement

By signing an agreement to supply uranium for our civil nuclear energy programme, Australia has clearly signalled its readiness to put the issues of the past — triggered by India's nuclear test in 1998 — firmly behind it in order to broaden and ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Going by the book

Nawaz Sharif's penchant for committing political suicide is legendary It is too early to call Dr Tahirul Qadri's Islamabad sit-in or dharna a failure because he called it off or a victory for the government, though right now it does ...
 Pakistan Today1 hour ago

Liability law makes power generated from imported uranium prohibitive: BK Chaturvedi

The Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act has made nuclear electricity generated from imported uranium prohibitive in terms of cost, said B K Chaturvedi, former Member (Energy) Planning Commission. Cost of electricity from imported uranium is ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Serbia Seeks Limited Free-Trade Regime With Russia

Rosatom, the state nuclear corporation of Russia, is actively pursuing expansion domestically and abroad, despite the decline of the nuclear industry globally.1 Rosatom is a questionable business partner, plagued by concerns over corruption, the ...
 Business New Europe2 weeks ago

DAE aims to produce more fuel this year, assures Sinha

DAE aims to produce more fuel this year, assures Sinha — By Principal Correspondent, October 01, 2014 12:20 am Mumbai : The Indian nuclear programme will concentrate on increasing the fuel production and reducing harmful waste this year, Atomic ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Nuclear power sector Needs more action than words

Nantoo Banerjee Soon after Japan's yes-no, yes-no and let's-see, let's-see response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's bid to strike a nuclear cooperation deal during his first visit of the country came a firm assurance from Australian Prime ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago More action, less words  Millennium Post1 month ago The nuclear thorn in India-Japan ties  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

South Africa's position in the world nuclear energy picture

September 2nd, 2014, Published in Articles: Vector by A Roux, Atomic Energy Board, 1974 From the ICMEESA archive With its uranium enrichment expertise and technology, South Africa is in a strategic position to ...
 EE Publishers1 month ago

IGCAR, Kalpakkam recruitment notification 2014

The Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research [IGCAR], Kalpakkam has invited applications for recruitment from eligible and interested candidates for Technical, Administrative, Auxiliary & Stipendiary Trainees Category - II posts. Indira Gandhi ...
 India Today1 month ago
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