MUMBAI: The BombayHC on Thursday directed the state to consider the request of fishermen, rehabilitated due to the Tarapur atomic plant, for land near coast to store boats and equipment.

The Bombay High Court on Thursday directed the state government to consider giving better fishing facilities and coastal land to the 53 families who have been given alternative accommodation on acc

A committee appointed by Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) after the Fukushima nuclear accident in March this year has recommended that India’s nuclear power plants (NPPs) should have an emergency facility that will remain functional during calamities like earthquake or tsunami.

MUMBAI: The Bombay high court on Thursday directed the state government to pay within three weeks Rs 20.37 lakh to 163 families, displaced due to the Tarapur power plant's construction, as compensa

The Maharashtra government received flak from the Bombay high court on Thursday for its lackadaisical attitude towards the project-affected persons (PAPs) of Tarapur atomic power plant.

New Delhi: A nuclear safety review has concluded that Indian nuclear plants will be able to withstand “extreme natural events” like tsunamis, cyclones, floods and dam breaks.

Tummalapalle in Andhra Pradesh could have one of the largest uranium reserves in the world.

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has found loopholes in the relief and rehabilitation package offered to villagers affected by the Tarapur atomic power station but said that the government would soon rectify the problem.

Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Chairman Srikumar Banerjee said here on Friday that nuclear power production was safe, given the stringent regulatory mechanism put in place.

He was speaking at the 52nd convocation of Sri Venkateswara University after receiving an honorary degree.


After Fukushima nuclear disaster, response teams to be set up at all 20 nuclear plants across India

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has recommended setting up of disaster response teams by state governments to address concerns in case of a calamity at any of the 20 nuclear power plants across India.

NDMA vice chairman Shashidhar Reddy told Business Standard: