Fear of radiation from Japan's stricken nuclear power plant must not blind us to the risks attached to the alternatives.

Fission power must remain a crucial part of the energy mix until renewable energy technologies can be scaled up, argues Charles D. Ferguson.

How a handful of operators at a crippled reactor averted a greater catastrophe at the Fukushima plant.

The unfolding tragedy in Japan is an opportunity to rethink nuclear power, but India has its head in the sand.(Editorial)

A debate on Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant's safety.


No coolant trouble; plants in areas of low seismic activity
As radiation leaks in tsunami-hit Japan spawn concerns over the safety of nuclear reactors in India, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday met with the heads of Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) to review the design and safety features of atomic power plants in the country.

The AEC and AERB

As Japan's Fukushima disaster unfolds, the EU is financing a controversial nuclear

Hyderabad: The Japanese nuclear crisis has triggered fresh fears among people in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh where protestshave been raging for several months over the proposed 2,000 MW nuclear power plant.

Environmentalists, local villagers and opposition parties are up in arms against the nuclear power project at Kovvada on the grounds that it would cause environmental pollution and

American and Indian corporates upset by the provisions of India’s civil nuclear liability law

Sri Lanka is looking into incorporating nuclear power as an energy source to meet the increasing demand of energy brought up by the accelerated pace of development.

Addressing the 54th sessions of the International Atomic Energy Authority in Vienna, the Minister of Power and Energy Patali Champika Ranawaka said the government of Sri Lanka has approved the Atomic Energy Authority of Sri Lanka to