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Major Turbine Problem at Koodankulam N-plant
New Indian Express

Major Turbine Problem at Koodankulam N-plant

CHENNAI: A major problem in the first atomic power unit's turbine at Koodankulam has caused uncertainty on its early commissioning, said a source. "The turbine of the first unit has developed some problem. It seems some component inside the ... New Indian Express, 3 days ago
Power Generation at Koodankulam I Unit Stable New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Koodankulam Nuclear Plant Unit to Restart Generation New Indian Express, 1 month ago

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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 Currents1 month ago

Russia supports India for more nuke energy

NEW DELHI: Russia tonight welcomed NDA government's decision to increase the number of nuclear power plants saying it is the only way to solve India's energy crisis. "The Indian govt is talking about 22-24 nuclear power units, that is the roadmap, ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Russia Supports India's Nuclear Energy Plans  Lyndon LaRouche Public Action Committee3 days ago Russia Welcomes India's Decision to Go For More Nuke Energy  New Indian Express5 days ago

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 ...
 Tehelka3 weeks ago
Counter Currents

Achilles Heel of Narendra Modi Is Nuclear Power With Audacity of Hope' Barack Obama became President of United States the most powerful democracy'. But hope without audacity elevated Narendra Modi to become Prime Minister of India. One will wish Modi well, while he commits ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago India Hopes N-deal will Bolster Power Supply; Industries Keen  International Business Times India1 month 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 Express1 month ago
Sri Lanka Daily News

Nuclear neighbours and Sri Lankan energy

"Sri Lanka has the potential to reap the benefits of Nuclear positives, especially to prosper the energy sector. Neighbours support on technology is vital" Nuclear is a much discussed topic in the present day international and political arena and ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News17 hours ago

Anti-KKNPP Stir Coverage of TNIE Alone Fair: Japan Expert

MADURAI: The New Indian Express has maintained objectivity in reporting the People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE) agitation, besides providing a detailed coverage of the multiple voices connected to the protest, said Osamu Note, an ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago

Wind power plunges to nil in Kovai

Picture for representational purpose Coimbatore: Wind power production plunged to near nil on Tuesday in Coimbatore region as the industrial hub stares at yet another power crisis. The 5,300 windmills in Udumalpet produced just 2 mega watt of ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

Retail FDI nod led to terror bids, says NIA

NEW DELHI: Is the UPA government's decision of allowing FDI in retail a reason enough for plotting an assassination attempt on then Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office, V Narayanswamy and then Finance Minister P Chidambaram? The National ...
 Economic Times1 day ago
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