Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) has submitted its internal safety assessment report, which was made in the light of the Japan nuclear crisis, to the Department of Atomic Energy.

As part of efforts to revisit the safety of Indian nuclear power plants, four task-forces were set up to assess all aspects of safety in all reactors which are operating as well as under construction and the

New Delhi: Former Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) chairman A Gopalakrishnan has raised alarm over the government

The DY Patil University (DYPU) of Kolhapur is associated with the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project (JNPP).

Mumbai: India will not be affected by radiation from Japan

In the backdrop of earthquake and tsunami affecting some of the nuclear power plants in Japan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh informed the Parliament on Monday that the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and its agencies have been directed to carry out urgent technical review of all safety systems of nuclear power plants in India.

This, he said, was particularly with a view to ensuring that they

The government has approved the construction of a 9900 MW (megawatt) nuclear park at Jaitapur in Ratnagiri district. The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL), a public sector undertaking of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), will own this mega power project.

Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan has decided to call an

In a possible way around the practical hurdles posed by the supplier liability clause in the civil nuclear liability law, the government is all set to make it clear in the rules and regulations of the law that a supplier will be liable only for a fixed time period and not for the entire lifetime of a reactor.
Also, it may be allowed to cap the quantity of compensation.
Almost all negotiations fo

France, India Ink Multi-Billion-$ N-Deals
FRANCE and India signed multi-billion-dollar agreements that will usher in an era of civilian nuclear energy in this country, two years after the US helped end India

Shillong: NGOs opposing the proposed uranium-mining project in the State have told DAE and UCIL officials, in no uncertain terms, to tell the Centre to abandon its idea of mining uranium here.

"We told them to forget uranium from Meghalaya.