The state wing of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi revert the decision of environmental clearance to the Jaitapur nuclear power project in Mahar

Asks NPCIL to submit revised report with specific data on radioactivity, land acquisition

Srikakulam: Left parties and its affiliated unions are opposed to the government order number 53, which was issued recently, for utilisation of water from Nagavali River to the proposed nuclear pow

Environment Minister has now to decide on go-ahead for the plan prepared in consultation with BNHS and state forests and wildlife dept

The executive board of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) which is coming up with a 6,000 MW nuclear power project near Mithi Virdi in Bhavnagar district has given its approval to t

Japan and Australia might soon join a clutch of countries that co-operate with India in the civil nuclear sector. “Japan is the leading producer of turbine required for 1,000 Mw capacity.

India is learnt to have made it clear to the United States again that the two countries would have to work within the ‘four corners’ of the Indian Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act if the bila

The Centre is looking to move amendments to the Atomic Energy Act, 1962 to enable the licensing of three joint ventures proposed by state-owned Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd — with NTPC Lt

Allaying France’s apprehension stemming out of the Shiv Sena’s opposition to the nuclear power plant at Jaitapur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed to the French government that there is “n

Safety review of all Indian NPPs was conducted by a task force of NPCIL and the expert committee of AERB