The Centre on Thursday set up a 15-member experts group for interaction with the local people in and around the Kudankulam nuclear power plant project as part of an exercise to allay their apprehen

To assuage the fears of the locals and the Tamil Nadu Government, the Centre today announced setting up of a 15-member group of experts over the Kudankulam nuclear plant project.

Following a direction by the Prime Minister, the Department of Atomic Energy on Wednesday constituted a 15-member group of independent experts to answer questions of protesters at the Koodankulam n

CHENNAI: Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia on Wednesday defended the new economic policy and poverty alleviation schemes of the Eleventh Plan saying it was too early to

The Dravidar Kazhagam (DK) has appealed to all parties to stand by the government in its endeavour to get Cauvery water for the State.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said the Centre will announce the setting up of a high-level group on the Kudankulam nuclear plant issue “today or tomorrow.”

The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Ms J.

In an effort to prevent e-waste being broken down by rudimentary hazardous methods by people in the informal sector, the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) has asked local bodies, including the Chennai Corporation, to set up e-waste collection centres.

Plea filed by Karnataka against 2007 water sharing award

The Supreme Court on Tuesday posted to the first week of February 2012, for final disposal, the petition filed by Karnataka challenging the February 5, 2007 final award passed by the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT).

NPCIL told to submit evidence to back safety claims

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