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About 18 results for "first koodankulam"

KKNPP First Unit to Touch Optimum Power Production Shortly

The Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant's first unit would reach its full capacity of producing 1,000 MW of power soon, a top official of the plant said here today. The first unit is now generating 75 per cent of its capacity. It would reach 100 per ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Not Much Power from KKNPP in Summer New Indian Express, 1 month ago

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Koodankulam N-plant Commercial Operation Delayed Again

The commercial operation of the first 1,000 MW unit atomic power plant at Koodankulam again has jumped the target date by a month to May, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. (NPCIL) has said. The NPCIL said the commercial operation of the ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago Koodankulam N-plant's Commercial Operation Delayed by Two Months  New Indian Express1 month ago

Koodankulam nuclear power project producing power:Kakodkar

Home> News > tamil-nadu-news Chennai, Apr 15 :Atomic Energy Agency's former Chairman Anil Kakodkar today attributed the power crisis in Tamil Nadu and some other states, to the delay in power production at the Koodankulam nueclear power project, ...
 NewKerala.com12 hours ago

Three Koodankulam Activists File Nominations in Tamil Nadu

A total of 63 Lok Sabha candidates including three anti-Koodankulam project activists from the AAP, a Congressman, four CPI-M members and several independent candidates Saturday filed their nominations in Tamil Nadu on the first day, said an ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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In a TN First, Catholic Priest Enters Fray

For the first time in Tamil Nadu, a Roman Catholic priest is contesting the Lok Sabha polls. It is the fledgling AAP fighting for a foothold in the State that has given him the ticket. Rev Fr M P Jesuraj (30), a staunch anti-nuclear crusader, has ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Netizens Sore Over Vaiko Fielding Candidate Against Pushparayan

Vaiko's decision to field MDMK candidate Joel against anti-Koodankulam plant crusader and Aam Admi Party nominee M Pushparayan from Thoothukudi came under e-barrage after netizens across social media platforms demanded that he withdraw his ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Anti-nuke activist joins AAP

Party bags first prominent public figure to join its ranks in South Chennai : The Aam Aadmi Party has finally managed to rope in a well known face in Tamil Nadu with leading anti-nuclear activist S P Udayakumar and his close associates joining ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago AAP fields anti-nuclear campaign leader  The Gulf Today4 weeks ago AAP to challenge tainted Raja and Maran  The Gulf Today1 month ago

EC Nod to Sign Pact for KKNPP III & IV

The Election Commission (EC) has given go ahead to the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) to sign agreement with Russia for the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project units III and IV. The DAE had approached the EC last month as model code of conduct ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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'In Tamil Nadu, people are always ready to accept money'

In one village, a woman asks, "They are always showing cash seizures on television, you think some of it will escape and we will get money as usual?" "Only 1 percent of cash is actually seized, the rest has arrived, you don't worry," a party worker assures her. Rediff.com's A Ganesh Nadar reports on the election in the southern-most tip of the country. "In Tamil Nadu people are always ready to accept money, and there are people ready to give it at election time," says former panchayat ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Tamil priest's candidature doubtful

Fr. M. P. Jesuraj Tirunelveli: Bishop Jude Paulraji of Palayamkottai has reportedly asked an anti-nuclear activist priest of his diocese to refrain from the plans of contesting the parliamentary election from Tirunelveli. Fr. M. P. Jesuraj, who ...
 UCAN India2 weeks ago
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