The leak at Kakrapar has been plugged but it is yet another reminder of the risks nuclear reactors pose. (Editorial)

Gujarat and Rajasthan will house four indigenous nuclear power reactors that are expected to be completed by 2019.

The Adivasi women of Moticher village in Surat district have knocked on every door with their complaints. They want easy access to water, jobs for the youth and schools for their children.

There is no practical option to nuclear power. Accordingly, there is absolutely no shift of official policy regarding its prime role for meeting future needs regarding energy, R K Sinha, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission has said.

Also secretary of the department of atomic energy, he said so at the the ongoing international ministerial conference organised by the International Atomic Energy Association.

While private players may not be allowed in as operators of nuclear projects in the country anytime soon, there is increased private sector play across equipment packages in case of new atomic powe

In its robust performance, the State-run Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) generated 32,455 million units (MUs) of power during the year ending March 31, surpassing its previous el

Petitioners seek safety reassessment and cost-benefit analysis of all nuclear facilities

Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) in Tapi district of Gujarat has come under the scanner of regulator Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) for a “minor incident” of radiation exposure to four w

The level of radiation that four workers were exposed to at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Station-2 or KAPS unit 2 in Gujarat is not significant enough to cause any harm to their health, the Nuclear Po

Surat: Five daily wage workers, hired for cleaning and colouring a tunnel at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS), about 75km from the city, have alleged that they were exposed to radiation the