Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will dedicate to the nation the second indigenous nuclear power reactor fuel reprocessing plant, with a capacity of 100 tonnes per annum, at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre

MUMBAI: In a sheer coincidence, two reactors at BARC in Trombay, which have played a key role in India's nuclear weapon programme, will celebrate their anniversaries-one golden and the other silver- on Saturday.

The 40 mw Indo-Canadian Cirus reactor went critical on July 10, 1960, and the 100 mw Dhruva reactor started functioning on August 8, 1985.

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Chandigarh: With Haryana having a potential of generating 1,400 mw of power through biomass, various corporates are keen on exploring the same.

UNDER intense pressure from the Opposition, the government has been forced to withdraw the amendment to the Civil Nuclear Liability Bill that would have made it impossible for the nuclear plant operators, in India

Kurukshetra: The Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, Dr S Baneerjee, said large-scale conversion of thorium into uranium could help India meet the increasing demand of energy as nuclear energy was cheap and environment friendly.

Raising questions on the potency of India

Mumbai: Scientists at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Barc) should work with external stakeholders and beneficiaries to facilitate technology pull and support and push technologies for wealth generation in rural India, according to Anil Kakodkar, chairman, Atomic Energy Commission.

KOLKATA, 16 NOV: The proposed nuclear power plant at Haripur in East Midnapore will come up only if local people willingly give their land for the project, said chairman of Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and secretary of Department of Atomic energy (DAE), Mr Anil Kakodkar, in Kolkata this afternoon.

Bangalore: In a bid to increase nuclear power generation in the country, where just over 50 per cent of the total installed capacity is being utilised for want of uranium, India will be giving a new thrust to uranium exploration within its borders, Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar has said.

Mumbai: Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chairman Anil Kakodkar has said that India is capable of designing and developing nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. He was speaking to reporters after delivering the 15th Lalit Doshi Memorial Lecture on