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.

Creating infrastructure will need a whopping USD 4.5 trillion investments over the next decade and the cost of the money will be a challenge, interim finance minister Piyush Goyal said today.

The NPCIL did not properly assess the level of expertise needed for refuelling before shutting down the reactor in 2015, say the government auditor.

Russia’s Atomstroyexport awarded the $110-mn deal to JV

KAMPALA - Uganda has moved steps in developing its use of nuclear by engaging experts from China as nuclear energy can enable rapid industrialisation.

The proposed plan by the Federal Government to construct a nuclear power plant by mid 2020 would offer Nigerians a cheaper and stable source of electricity pricing, in the long run, borne out of lo

VOLGODONSK: Even as the civil work for the third unit of Kudankulam nuclear power plant, in Tirunelveli district on the southern corner of Tamil Nadu, is going on at a brisk pace, its lifeline is g

Hoping to sign the contracts for Units 5 & 6 for Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plants (KNPP) soon, Andrey Nikipelov, CEO, Atomenegromash, the firm associated with State Atomic Energy Corporation of

India is far ahead in terms of potential nuclear power generation facilities, according to NITI Aayog member VK Saraswat.

The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd today told the Supreme Court that the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant has advanced safety features and it was designed to withstand earthquakes and other s

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