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About 23 results for "fast breeder reactor programme"

'India doesn't lag in developing thorium-fuelled n-reactor'

New Delhi, May 29 (IANS) There is a misconception that the Indian atomic energy programme has been slow in developing breeder reactors that will be fuelled by the country's vast thorium deposits, a foremost nuclear expert says. "India has not been ... Yahoo! India, 2 days ago
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Mainichi Daily News, 1 week ago

AERB Rules Slowing Reactor Project?

CHENNAI: The 500-MW Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) in Kalpakkam, an important milestone in the country's three-stage nuclear power programme, continues to remain elusive as deadlines are getting altered frequently. Nuclear scientists feel ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

The road not taken

Nuclear Security Summits have yielded little by focussing on securing small amounts of nuclear material. Any real progress must entail the U.S. and Russia reducing stockpiles and India and Pakistan reining in competitive nuclearisation. On March ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Nuclear energy can meet the gap in power sector, says scientist

Commissioning of prototype FBR in September Harnessing nuclear energy will help India meet its growing energy requirement which is expected to touch 3128 Terawatt hours per year with a minimum per capita requirement of 1840 Kwh a year and it is a ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Forty years of DLR energy research: Think tank for solar power plants

The German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is celebrating its fortieth year of energy research in 2016, giving decision makers a chance to reflect. One of these decision makers is Michael Geyer, who is a physicist ...
 DLR Portal - DLR3 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Intimidating Nuclear Proliferator

Pakistan Observer FINALLY the West is cracking down some authenticable integer with regards to the Indian nuclear security especially India's potential of becoming a hefty fissile material proliferator of the South Asian region. Besides the ...
 EnergyBiz1 month ago India: Intimidating nuclear proliferator  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
The Gulf Today

Zia Mian & MV Ramana: The road not taken

On March 31 and April 1, leaders of 52 countries including India came together in Washington DC for the fourth Nuclear Security Summit. Held every two years since 2010, these summits started with the recognition of the risks posed by plutonium and ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago The road not taken  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

The dirty bomb

As the lights in the hall dimmed and the film started playing on the large overhead screen at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the 50 heads of state, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had assembled for the fourth Nuclear ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
India Today

The dirty bomb

For India, the threat of nuclear terrorism is real. There is growing concern that extremists are attempting to breach institutions that have radiological materials. At the Global Nuclear Summit called by Obama, Modi pushed for greater ...
 India Today1 month ago

Daily current affairs 3rd & 4th April 2016 Sunday & Monday

1. PM Modi's visit to Belgium, US and Saudi Arabia concludes a. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his three-nation visit to Belgium, Unites States and Saudi Arabia on April 4, 2016. b. During this visit, he signed some important ...
 PaGaLGuY1 month ago
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