Becomes second nuclear plant in the world to produce power uninterrupted for 739 days

The government is addressing the concerns raised by domestic suppliers over certain provisions of the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage (CLND) Act 2010 and is working out a scheme to obtain approp

There was less than 1% increase in power generation from TAPS during the year as compared to the previous fiscal

Mumbai : Anti-Jaitapur activists led by Pradeep Indulkar have now taken their protests global by launching a massive campaign in Germany, where they are organising 15 shows of his Yellow Oscar winn

Board is yet to develop 27 out of the 168 safety documents despite recommendations by two panels in 1987 and 1997

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) on Wednesday pulled up the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) for not preparing a nuclear and radiation safety policy for the country despite receiving a specific mandate to do so in the order constituting the Board as far back as 1983. In a scathing report tabled in Parliament, the CAG also noted that the Board had yet to develop 27 out of the 168 safety documents despite recommendations made by two panels in 1987 and 1997 that the process of developing safety documents be expedited.

India Risks Upsetting Either Russia Or US And France

With the technology hurdle no longer in the way, India is readying thorium supplies to fuel its pilot advanced heavy water reactor (AHWR) that is currently in the works.

Even as the protest against the commissioning of the nuclear power project at Koodankulam was revived by the local people on Tuesday, the plant is set to have a new chief, a senior engineer who gre

In its robust performance, the State-run Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) generated 32,455 million units (MUs) of power during the year ending March 31, surpassing its previous el

In a clear departure from the existing practice of keeping nuclear waste in borosilicate glass containers, the department of atomic energy wants to bury it underground.

Atomic Energy Commission chairman Srikumar Banerjee is pushing for setting up an underground laboratory in an existing uranium mine to study the qualities of the subterranean rock below the mine to see if this can be used to store nuclear waste.