CHENNAI: The two 1,000 MW reactors of Koodankulam plant are not governed by the nuclear liability law as the agreement signed with Russia in 1988 did not have any such provisions, according to memb

Russian atomic power plant supplier Atomstroyexport will not be governed by India's civil nuclear liability law for the two 1000 MW reactors installed at the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP

Former President’s support will boost Centre’s efforts to persuade protestors to lift blockade on nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu

Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Chairman Srikumar Banerjee on Friday expressed the hope that the Union government's committee of experts and the Tamil Nadu government's panel of its nominees and spo

Personnel unable to enter plant: AEC chairman

Work at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) in Tamil Nadu has “halted” because the plant personnel are “unable to go inside” and this situation has arisen “when we need several thousands of people to work inside during the last phase of work” of commissioning of the first reactor there, said Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission.

It is not a car factory where you can switch off the systems: NPCIL chairman

The Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) ran the risk of being seriously damaged with blockades creating a major impediment in ensuring that the plant systems functioned at a minimal level, scientists warned on Friday.

New Delhi: In a reinforcement of nuclear safety in India, all the atomic power plants have “passed” the stress tests ordered by the PM Manmohan Singh in the aftermath of the Fukushima accident.

Protesters vow to do what it takes to stop Kudankulam power plant

Nuclear Power Corporation (NPC) and French nuclear major Areva are expected to sign a commercial agreement by December for the supply of European Pressurised Reactors (EPRs) of 1,650 Mw for the proposed 9,900 Mw Jaitapur project in Maharashtra.

The recent disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami has triggered widespread apprehension of a similar catastrophe in India. Even scientists are beginning to voice concern and are advising a review of our nuclear power policy. A panel discussion was held on 13 June 2011 in Mumbai to deliberate on the safety aspects of Indian nuclear power plants.