For Tamil Nadu, a State hitherto unknown for compulsive protestors and impulsive agitations, the year that saw ‘the protestor’ bringing about sweeping political changes in many parts of the world w

The agitation against the Koodankulam nuclear project in Tamil Nadu could soon settle down as most of the safety issues raised by the agitators have been addressed by the expert committee, said Dr

Mumbai The state-owned General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC Re) — the sole official reinsurer— has mobilised support of almost $78 million from local general insurers for the proposed nuclea

In the backdrop of protests on Kundankuam nuclear power plant, a top Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) official is delivering a public lecture on ‘nuclear literacy' at the Central Electrochemical Research Institute campus in Karaikudi on November 29.

This programme is a part of the free science mela being organised by the Yadava College, Madurai, for plus one students of Sivaganga district at Karaikudi from November 23 to December 2.

To bail out power-starved Tamil Nadu: NELSTIA

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

Bench says it's not averse to idea of setting up independent regulatory body

Lending his support to the efforts to clear apprehensions on safety of the upcoming nuclear reactors at Koodankulam in Tamil Nadu, former President APJ Abdul Kalam today said he was fully convinced

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.