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Modi, Putin, Jaya to dedicate Kudankulam N-plant today

Modi, Putin & Jaya to dedicate Unit 1 at Koodankulam

TIRUNELVELI : NEARLY three decades after the first contract was inked between India and Russia — a period that saw the collapse of the Soviet Union and the resultant change in world order, and as many as 10 governments at the Centre — Prime ... New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Russian supplier willing to upgrade fuel at KKNPP

CHENNAI: The nuclear plants in Koodankulam could soon be operating on a new fuel assembly which could boost the efficiency if the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board gives its clearance, according to the fuel company based in Moscow. Oleg Grigoriev, ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Another milestone as Unit-2 of KKNPP attains criticality

TIRUNELVELI: The long-awaited Unit-2 (Reactor-2) of the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) attained criticality at 8.56 pm on Sunday. Speaking to reporters at Koodankulam, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) Chairman and Managing ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Second unit of Koodankulam project all set to attain criticality this week  New Indian Express1 month ago

Resistance against Koodankulam nuclear plant: Intrepid women vs Goliath

An account of the non-violent protest against the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant
 DNA1 month ago

Koodankulam’s children

By Minnie Vaid Rs 325 Rs 325 The day a nuclear power plant is installed next to one of those plush MLA hostels, or an enclave where politicians have their fancy houses, and there is no murmur of opposition from the inhabitants, then and only then can anyone ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
New Indian Express

Koodankulam: Transfer Of A Failed And Unsafe Reactor Through Video Conference Between Kremlin And Delhi

Co-Written by VT Padmanabhan and Joseph Makkoli SUMMARY The first WWER-1000 reactor at the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP-1) in Tamil Nadu, India was commissioned by Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) after repeated ...
 Counter Currents2 weeks ago India dedicates 1GW unit at Kudankulam nuclear power project to nation  Energy Business Review1 week ago Big, ambitious plans for nuclear road ahead, say Modi, Putin  New Indian Express1 week ago Kudankulam nuclear power plant's 2nd reactor begins to produce power  Sri Lanka Island1 month ago

Koodankulam reactor 2 passes all safety checks

CHENNAI: The Koodankulam atomic reactor in Tamil Nadu's Tirunelveli district ticked off all its safety checks on Sunday night, officials said on Monday. It is expected to touch its rated capacity in three months time, they said. The reactor set ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

Bangladesh nuclear deal doesn't look good for the people

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Russian President Vladimir Putin during the Russia-Bangladesh talks in January 2013 where the construction of the Rooppur nuclear power plant was discussed. Photo: P lans to construct ...
 OneClimate.net1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Independence Day Thoughts: Is India Paying Too Big A Price For Media Freedom? OpEd

India will celebrate yet another Independence Day on 15th August, 2016. This independence day and the days that will follow are unlikely to be different from several other previous independence days. Of course, Prime Minister Modi will deliver his ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago

'Would you feel safe if a nuclear power plant was near your house?'

'Not a single person I spoke to there believes that the Kundalkulam plant is safe.''There is a huge trust deficit between the people and the government.''The government has failed to convince the people about the safety of Kundalkulam.' IMAGE: Demonstrators form a human pyramid in the waters of the Bay of Bengal as they protest against the Kudankulam nuclear power project, seen in the background, in 2012. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters When journalist Minnie Vaid decided to write a book on ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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