Much heat was generated when anti-nuclear protestors raised concerns over the safety of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) at an interactive session on “Safety of Kudankulam Reactors – Th

The Supreme Court on Monday stated that if a viable proposal for a nuclear regulatory authority was brought before it after a public debate, it might recommend the suggestions to the government.

The Bombay high court on Monday directed the Thane collector to file a report stating whether it would be possible to give the 433 fisherfolk families displaced due to the Tarapur atomic power plan

Taking note of the rehabilitation issue of over 400 fishermen displaced by the Tarapur nuclear project, the Bombay High Court directed the Thane Collector to submit a report on a proposal of alloca

Kudankulam seems to be rocking India’s ambitious nuclear power programme.

Amid increasing concerns over the safety of nuclear plants in the country in the wake of the Fukushima disaster, a five-member US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) team, led by its Chairman Grego

The Maharashtra government today told the Bombay High Court that it has no objection in providing land near sea to those fishermen who were rehabilitated farther from the seashore after setting up

The state government has not objected to providing land near the sea to fishermen who were 'rehabilitated' five km away from the sea because of the Tarapur Nuclear Power project.

Even as the Indo-US nuclear deal completes three years on October 8, the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) has emphasised that India should have the right to reprocess imported spent fuel. The DAE said the deal should in no way affect India’s indigenous nuclear programme.

First reprocessing unit to be set at Tarapur in Maharashtra