Japan’s government is discussing a radical overhaul of its nuclear power sector, the world’s third largest, that would combine the nation’s 50 operating reactors into a single company to rebuild an

The Sri Lankan government today expressed concern over a possible nuclear threat from the controversial Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil Nadu in Southern India as it went into operation for

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Keen on sealing the agreement for two more nuclear reactors in Kudankulam during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Russia next week, India has suggested a way to quantify the insurance risk

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Members of People’s Confederation against Nuclear Energy organised a sloganeering protest here on Wednesday against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project.

The protestors said the KKNPP should be scrapped as various developed nations, having understood the dangers involved in nuclear power generation programme, had abandoned it and were switching over to non-conventional energy production.

Essential exercise before entering into the final commercial contract

Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd (NPCIL) and Westinghouse Electric of the US have entered into an early contract to carry out a preliminary safety analysis for the proposed plant at Mithi Virdi in Gujarat.

Sri Lanka Minister of Technology Research and Atomic Energy Champika Ranawaka said that the Atomic Energy Act would be amended.

The government's effort to find an honourable way around the constraint of the nuclear liability law without actually violating it ran into rough weather on Thursday with the opposition accusing it