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Is there something to hide in Koodankulam?

Dubious The government has maintained unusual silence over people's apprehensions over the plant. Photo: Tehelka Archives When members of India's nuclear establishment say something, it is best to take it with a pinch of salt. When they refuse to ... Tehelka, 5 days ago

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Power Generation at Koodankulam I Unit Stable

CHENNAI: Power generation at the first 1,000 MW unit at Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) is stable with the unit restarting generation Sep 15, said officials. Ever since the unit resumed operations after maintenance shutdown, the ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Koodankulam Nuclear Plant Unit to Restart Generation  New Indian Express4 weeks ago

Koodankulam N-plant Second Unit to Start Fission in November

CHENNAI: The second 1,000 MW unit at the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) is expected to start fission process in November while the first unit is yet to restart power generation, according to the project operators. According to the ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Counter Currents

1120th Day Of Struggle Against Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant From People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy Tamil Nadu Dear Sisters, We hope this letter finds you all well. We also hope you remember us- the women of the tiny coastal village of Idinthakarai, closest to the famed ...
 Counter Currents2 weeks ago

Engaging in Development issues

If we are to talk of development projects, there is a drastic divide with Government agencies and the corporate sector being seen as sheer villains with community people as the sufferers or victims. This divide comes mostly because development ...
 Kangla Online1 day ago

Expert panel gives go-ahead for power line; 50,000 trees in Kodagu forests will go

The figure is floated by green activists and is disputed by the authorities, though within the government agencies it varies from 2,247 to 21,000. The trees fall in the verdant forests of Kodagu and the activists could be close to the mark, admit ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 days ago
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Australia's Uranium Trade: The Pusher in the Pacific

Since the First World War, conflict and mining activities have gone hand in hand in Australia. Without a reliable, steady supply of sufficient volumes of coal, iron ore and associated metals required for the rapid and production of weapons and ...
 Global Research5 days ago Achilles Heel of Narendra Modi Is Nuclear Power  Counter Currents2 weeks ago India Hopes N-deal will Bolster Power Supply; Industries Keen  International Business Times India3 weeks ago The nuclear thorn in India-Japan ties  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

Colombo's denial mode over ISI doesn't help things

Even without the ISI, ISIS and Al Qaeda, Tamil Nadu, otherwise acknowledged as a progressive and developed state in the Indian context, has been at the centre of ‘multiple militancy’ for decades now, points out N Sathiya Moorthy. The recent arrest of Sri Lankan Tamil national Arun Selvarajan by the National Intelligence Agency in Chennai may have exposed the sheer audaciousness – or, utter stupidity -- of Pakistani ISI operations in southern India. A third, theoretical ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

TN Policies Reduced Power Deficit: Study

CHENNAI: The State government's policies in the electricity sector has resulted in an increase in installed power capacity from 2.2 per cent in 2010 to 12.2 per cent, but to attain Vision 2023 goal of double digit growth Tamil Nadu needs to estimate ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Pure hypocrisy: India's fear of foreign funding for NGOs

Indian governments have always been fairly paranoid about NGOs, especially those challenging big business or inequitable development projects. Nevertheless, the previous Indian government has consulted with some NGOs and civil society activists on ...
 Kashmir Times4 weeks ago
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