Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of G. Sundarrajan Vs Union of India Ministry of Environment and Forest Secretary dated 02/07/2018 regarding construction of the AFR (Away-from Reactor) facility for Kudankulam nuclear power​ plant.

Supreme Court gives Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) an extension till 30.4.2022 for the construction of AFR (Away-from-Reactor) for Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant’s spent fuel.

Says plant has enough capacity to store it for a few years more

NGO says operation of units without proper storage space poses a risk

France’s EDF Group hopes that the terms of the deal to build a nuclear power plant in Jaitapur will be finalised by December 2018.

Asking Supreme Court to grant 5 more years to build ‘Away From Reactor’ facility for Kudankulam plants testifies to lack of technical knowhow’

NEW DELHI: The New Year has brought a fresh ray of hope in India's nuclear energy sector, with Westinghouse, the bankrupt energy company being sold to a Canadian investment major, Brookfield Busine

Crucial for implementing the Indian atomic power programme, the closed nuclear fuel cycle is the future of the global industry, according to a Russian expert.

‘Relaxation in supply of uranium a good development’

New facility at Kota in Rajasthan to manufacture 500 MT of fuel assemblies

A U.N. conference on eliminating nuclear weapons published its first draft text on Monday, in the face of strong opposition from the United States and and other nuclear armed states.

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