Energy-starved India is desperately looking for Uranium discovered in Meghalaya and wants to mine it despite protests.

The Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL), the public sector company which wants to mine the ore, said that there is no plan to abandon the Rs 1,100 crore uranium mining project in Meghalaya

Simmering anger over land acquisition for Uranium Corporation of India Limited

SHILLONG, Oct 6: Hima Langrin

Sanjay Jog / Mumbai October 6, 2010, 0:10 IST

Nuclear Power Corporation (NPC) would soon sign an agreement with Uranium Corporation of India (UCI), both state-run companies, for a joint venture to acquire mining assets abroad to procure uranium.

They're looking at mining assets in Nigeria, Namibia, Mongolia and Kazakhstan.

THE DEPARTMENT of atomic energy will have to shelve its plans to augment the domestic supply of uranium from Meghalaya. The standing committee of the National Board on Wildlife has rejected the department

Srinivas Sirnoorkar, Gulbarga, May 13, DHNS:

The Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL), a Government of India enterprise under the Department of Atomic Energy is all set to start the long-awaited uranium mining at Gogi in Shahapur taluk of Yadgir district.

SHILLONG, April 29: The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF)

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has said both the Centre and the State governments are trying their best to go ahead with the uranium mining in Meghalaya for the purpose of meeting the country's energy need.

An expansion drive of the country

SHILLONG: The ten-member committee on Welfare of ST, SC and OBC of Meghalaya headed by HDR Lyngdoh, which went on a fact finding mission visiting nuclear processing units and to Jagduguda uranium mines in Jharkhand, has favoured uranium mining in the State.